US-based credit clearer approved by Europe as a third-country firm
Exchange’s credit clearing house has been
recognised by Europe as a third-country clearing house, marking
the second European clearing approval for the US exchange giant
Atlanta-based ICE said on Friday its
US-based ICE Clear Credit, which has the Commodity Futures
Trading Commission (CFTC) as its primary authority, has been
recognised by the European Commission under the European Market
Infrastructure Regulation (Emir).
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