LCH powers on in face of Brexit contingency plans

Deutsche Bank's decision to clear around half of its euro swaps business in Europe might have caused a stir in the Square Mile this week but a closer look at the overall clearing numbers show that London continues to dominate the global swap clearing markets, writes Ross Lancaster.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 02 Aug 2018

London Stock Exchange results for the first half of 2018, posted on Thursday, again demonstrated the dominance of its clearing house LCH in interest rate swap markets. SwapClear, LCH’s OTC rates CCP, reported record levels of notional cleared, client trades cleared and notional compressed.

That included a 34% ...

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