LSE said it is committed to open access across its clearing services
The London Stock Exchange has backed up
its pledge of open access to its various clearing houses and
benchmarks by allowing a second rival to clear trades on its
main equities platform.
LSE said on Friday that European Central
Counterparty will become the third clearing house to be allowed
to clear equities listed on its main order book Sets in March,
subject to regulatory approval.
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