Europe is slowly working through a long list of global clearing houses
Budapest-based Keler CCP has become the latest clearing
house to gain approval to clear derivatives by the European
Securities and Markets Authority (Esma).
The approval makes Keler CCP the seventh European central
counterparty to win authorisation from European regulators, and
the second in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region.
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