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Markets servedOn-exchange and OTC clearing


Eurex Clearing clears the broadest scope of products under a single framework in Europe – both listed and OTC – including derivatives, equities, bonds, secured funding and securities financing transactions. The scale and scope of our cleared markets ensure that customers benefit from margin efficiencies, making them more capital efficient.

European Commodity Clearing (ECC) is the central clearing house for energy and related products in Europe and is part of EEX Group. As a central counterparty, ECC assumes the counterparty risk and, therefore, provides security for its customers. Currently, ECC offers clearing as well as physical and financial settlement for transactions concluded on the exchanges of EEX Group as well as on HUPX, HUDEX, NOREXECO, SEEPEX und SEMOpx

Nodal Clear is the clearing house for the US Nodal Exchange, a member of the EEX Group.

Eurex Clearing’s got the scale

Eurex Clearing is one of the leading central counterparties globally — assuring 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. The links below provide more details of the markets served.

The central clearing house for energy and related products in Europe

ECC provides clearing as well as physical and financial settlement for transactions concluded on the exchanges of EEX Group as well as on HUPX, HUDEX, NOREXECO, SEEPEX and SEMOpx. Through clearing of all contracts via one clearing house, participants benefit from significant margin savings.

Supporting financial stability and earning all stakeholders’ trust

Nodal Clear serves as the central counterparty for all Nodal Exchange transactions. Through the novation process, the clearing house becomes the buyer to every seller and the seller to every buyer, significantly reducing the credit risk exposure of Nodal Exchange participants.