The clearinghouse was recognised as equivalent under Emir in December
Exchange’s main US clearing house has applied to
change its collateral policy for the second time to only accept
US dollars from clients meeting margin requirements under
From the last day of March onwards, ICE
Clear US will require clearing members to meet their European
Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) top up margin with US
dollars cash, according to a filing with the Commodity Futures
Trading Commission (CFTC) seen by FOW. Clearing members will no
longer be able to post US government securities to meet the
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