CME Clearing Europe became the ninth CCP to be approved to clear under Emir
CME Clearing Europe has received
official authorisation from Esma to clear derivatives under
Emir following a three month wait since rival key Eurex
Clearing was approved.
London-based CME Clearing Europe won
approval from the European Securities and Markets Authority
(Esma) to clear a range of over-the-counter and
exchange-traded derivatives, including its FX and commodities
futures traded on CME Europe.
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