About Eurex Clearing


As one of the leading central counterparties globally, Eurex Clearing builds trusted relationships with and amongst market participants, paving their way for efficient risk management via unique clearing models.

By doing so, Eurex Clearing assures the safety and integrity of markets while providing innovation in risk management, clearing technology and client asset protection. We clear the broadest scope of products under a single framework in Europe — both listed products and OTC — and accept the world’s widest spectrum of eligible collateral.

Eurex Clearing provides its services for derivatives, equities, bonds and secured funding, and the securities financing market. We stand between the buyer and the seller, which makes us the central counterparty for all your transactions. In addition Eurex Clearing provides a direct access model for the buy side which allows for higher capital efficiencies with both derivatives and securities financing transactions. We mitigate your counterparty risk and maximize your operational efficiency. Our one-stop shop combines seamless post-trade services, efficient collateral, and delivery with industry-leading risk management.

At Eurex Clearing, increasing market integrity is key. We were the world’s first Clearing House to provide our customers with derivatives risk data in real-time to allow participants to promptly detect risks and react within seconds. Our various risk management services benefit both our customers and the greater marketplace by enhancing overall safety.

Eurex Clearing serves around 200 Clearing Members in 19 countries, managing a collateral pool of EUR 49 billion and clearing trades valued at EUR 11 trillion every month.

Our regulatory environment

Eurex Clearing is a company incorporated in Germany and licensed as a credit institution under the supervision of the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), pursuant to the Banking Act (Gesetz für das Kreditwesen). Eurex Clearing is also an authorized clearing house under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR). In February 2016, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") granted Eurex Clearing the status of Derivatives Clearing Organization ("DCO") for the clearing of Swaps in relation to entities located in the U.S.