Group to tackle breaks between European and non-European rules
German derivatives exchange Eurex has launched a
consultation into the segregation models it provides to
non-European clearing members in a bid to tackle cross-border
Eurex’s central counterparty (CCP), Eurex
Clearing, is considering new segregation models for its
customers domiciled outside of the European Union where local
law might interfere with new clearing rules.
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