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In this leadership position, he oversaw derivatives clearing organizations and other market participants in the clearing process including futures commission merchants and swap dealers.
24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MGEX, a Designated Contract Market (DCM) and Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO), is pleased to announce the addition of a new clearing member C Rosenthal Collins Group, LLC (RCG[sup.
The CFTC certification is a timely complement to SGX's recognition as the first Asian clearing house to be approved as a Derivatives Clearing Organization by the CFTC.
In the following weeks, the CFTC unilaterally and without public notice and comment withdrew language in a set of publicly available "Frequently Asked Questions on Reporting of Cleared Swaps" and reversed its own long-standing position and interpretation of the rule on tying derivatives clearing organizations (DCO) and SDR services.
In addition, we were the first Asian clearing house authorised as a Derivatives Clearing Organization by US regulators.
Founded in 1973, OCC is globally the largest equity derivatives clearing organization.
An investor can quickly net or terminate trades and increase available credit at their derivatives clearing organization (DCO) by inputting lists of offsetting trade information using up to 85 standardized fields.
Derivatives Clearing Organization with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.