Global Derivatives Awards 2018: LCH, Derivatives Clearing House of the Year

For its innovation in markets including FX options and non-deliverable interest rate swaps, stellar performance and growth and an approach that seems to put the customer first, LCH is GlobalCapital’s Derivatives Clearing House of the Year.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 26 Sep 2018

“This year we have delivered major product innovations,” says Cameron Goh, global head of rates product at LCH in London. “We’ve been delighted with our customer support and are proud of the team.”

With good reason. Take LCH ForexClear’s launch of FX options clearing in July 2018. Nearly ...

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