With the Exchange for Physicals for Financials ("EFP-F") Service, Participants have the possibility to execute and clear the futures leg of an off-book fixed income trade via the Eurex® system.
The Exchange for Physicals for Financials (EFP-F) Service is available for certain combinations of interest rate derivatives.
A list of all combinations admitted for the EFP-F Service can be found in the Contract Specifications for Futures Contracts and Options Contracts at Eurex Deutschland, chapter 3.2.2.
All debt securities, which show a price correlation to futures contracts exchanged resulting in the futures contract representing an appropriate hedge instrument for cash transactions, may be part of an EFP-F Trade.
Non-Eurex fixed income futures or Euro-Swap Futures within this meaning are all fixed income futures or Euro-Swap Futures respectively traded outside the Eurex exchanges, whose design does not correspond to the essential specifications of the fixed income futures or Euro-Swap Futures traded on the Eurex Exchange.
A Eurex GC Pooling Repo Transaction specifies a purchase/sale of the GC Pooling ECB or of the GC Pooling ECB EXTended basket and its simultaneous re-sale/re-purchase as a future. The nominal value of the Repo transaction must be equivalent to the value of Eurex money market futures multiplied by the number of contracts.
The underlying cash transaction of the EFP-F Trade must be denominated in a currency of the OECD member states.
Both contract parties are obligated to provide proof of the completed cash transaction if requested by a supervisory authority.
The Exchange for Physicals (EFP-I) Service is available for certain combinations of Eurex equity index futures and admitted underlying instruments.
A list of all futures ans underlyings admitted for the EFP-I Service can be found in the Contract Specifications for Futures Contracts and Options Contracts at Eurex Deutschland, chapter 3.2.3.
Generally, for EFPI Trades the following constellations are possible:
One participant is an official Market Maker (Authorized Participant) for exchange-traded index fund shares who concludes the respective cash transaction with the ETF issuer. The second participant concludes the respective cash transaction with one third party or more third parties (auction). The cash transactions concluded by the contractual parties of a futures transaction do not have to relate to an identical transaction object. A combination of two futures trades of the same product is admitted.
Cash transactions with respect to EFPI Trades are equity baskets or exchange-traded index fund shares with the following characteristics:
The number of traded futures contracts must have a specific correlation to the nominal value of the equity basket/exchange-traded index fund so that the futures are a suitable instrument for hedging the cash market transaction.
The market values of the traded futures contracts which are part of a trade of FESQ against FESX, shall deviate from each other by 20 percent at maximum.
Please note that both parties are obligated to provide evidence of cash transactions if requested to do so by supervisory authorities.
The Exchange for Physicals (EFP-I) Service is available for certain combinations of Eurex FX Futures and admitted underlying instruments.
A list of all futures and underlyings admitted for the EFP-I Service can be found in the Contract Specifications for Futures Contracts and Options Contracts at Eurex Deutschland, chapter 3.2.3.
Transactions which are similar to FX spot and have a sufficient price correlation with the exchanged futures contract, such that the futures contract constitutes a suitable hedging instrument for the opposite FX transaction, may be part of an EFPI Trade.
The number of contracts of the traded FX Futures contracts must be at least equal to 1. The currency pair of the opposite FX transaction and of the FX Futures contracts must consist of the same two currencies.
The nominal value of the opposite FX transaction shall (after conversion into the same currency - if applicable) be equivalent to the nominal value of the FX Futures contract and shall not deviate from it by more than 20 percent.
FX swaps, cross currency (basis) swaps and currency swaptions may serve as opposite transactions in EFPI Trades. Furthermore, these transactions must have the following characteristics:
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