Worth the wait: Eurex to go live with securities lending CCP

The launch of the long-awaited first central counterparty (CCP) for bilateral securities lending trades in Europe later this month has been welcomed by industry participants keen to exploit the benefits of the centrally cleared model, writes Craig McGlashan.

  • 09 Nov 2012

The pilot phase of Eurex Clearing’s securities lending CCP will begin on November 22, the firm announced this week. German and Swiss equities, and some exchange traded funds, will be the first tradable instruments to go live. Fixed income instruments are expected to be added in early 2013.

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