We provide our Clearing Members comprehensive information on risk, collateral and delivery management activities. Some of our risk reports are even delivered to you every few minutes to help you more closely monitor risk. Important delivery reports are available up to eight times a day. Clearing processes take place on two back-ends: the CCP back-end and the Eurex back-end. For this reason, there are differences between the risk and collateral management reports delivered by the Eurex back-end and the delivery management reports provided by the CCP back-end.
Eurex reports are available as text files and XML reports free of charge. XML reports can easily be customized to meet your needs.
The Report Selection window in the Eurex @X-tract Clearing GUI allows you to select all available reports, which are generated and sent out. Please see Eurex XML Report Reference Manual in the member section of the Eurex website for more details.
CCP reports can be ordered as print reports or raw data files. Raw data files can be ordered free of charge, for print reports we charge a small fee. Reports may be selected via the Graphical User Interface (GUI) of the CCP (Securities Clearing GUI) or ordered by fax. View all the CCP reports you can order in the member section.
Common Report Engine
We continuously improve our technology to provide the infrastructure for state-of-the-art clearing. As part of our Technology Roadmap, we introduced the Common Report Engine which allows for greater flexibility and meets the needs of today’s high frequency and algorithmic trading.
The Common Report Engine is Eurex Group’s central solution for trading and clearing report retrieval for exchange participants, Clearing Members and software vendors. Reports for all markets we clear are distributed through this new tool which also covers the different environments (Production, Simulation, and Advanced Simulation) of Eurex Exchange and Xetra®.
With the decommissioning of the MISS architecture, the Common Report Engine will become the central source for your reports and files.a
Based on a standardized, public and secure transfer protocol (STP), the Common Report Engine easily integrates into members’ existing infrastructure. It can be accessed via existing leased line connectivity or via the Internet using any SFTP-compatible client software.
Since the engine doesn’t require any specific hardware requirements, members can choose their preferred hardware platform.