What is set by the Board of Management Eurex?
The Board of Management of Eurex Deutschland or Eurex Zürich may set or alter position limits in order to ensure orderly options and futures trading and to avoid risks for the spot markets (Kassamärkte).
Eurex Clearing AG is a company incorporated in Germany and licensed as a credit institution pursuant to the German Banking Act under supervision of the German Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin – Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht).
Eurex Exchange is an international exchange which primarily offers trading in European based derivatives. It is the largest European futures and options market. The products traded on this exchange vary from German and Swiss debt instruments to European stocks and various stock indexes.
|A1 - A9
|With the Member ID of receiving Clearing
|Own account Quotes are automatically booked on the M1-account
Eurex is located near Frankfurt, Germany. It is part of the Eurex Group and is now owned by Deutsche Börse AG, an exchange and transaction services provider that enables access by investors and financial institutions to global capital markets.
The authorisation as EMIR-compliant CCP also determines Eurex Clearing as a qualifying CCP under Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR).
Eurex Clearing aims to provide our participants with an efficient, orderly and well-regulated market place. Our set of rules and conditions outline the relationship between us and our members and provide guidance to maintain a safer market.
- Interest rate derivatives.
- Equity derivatives.
- Equity index derivatives.
- Dividend derivatives.
- Volatility derivatives.
- ETF & ETC derivatives.
- Cryptocurrency derivatives.
- Commodity derivatives.
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Eurex Clearing has three clearing currencies, EUR, CHF and GBP.
What is the difference between LCH and Eurex?
LCH offers multicurrency netting and margining capability, while Eurex Clearing offers cross-product margining4, and both offer rebates and incentive programs.
Eurex Clearing AG, one of the world's leading clearing houses, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eurex Frankfurt AG - which is part of Deutsche Börse Group.
Eurex Repo GmbH is a Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF) according to the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2004/39/EC (MIFID) and is supervised by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin).
T7 is a powerful state-of-the-art trading platform. Cutting-edge technology delivers ultra-low latency, robustness and safe handling of very high throughput. Features include: Streamlined processing and reporting. Improved functionality, including enhanced calendar spreads and packs & bundles.
Since its inception in 1998, Eurex has continually set a proven track record in electronic trading and clearing and is proving the success of its business model year in and year out by providing highly efficient liquidity pools.
Eurex Clearing guarantees every transaction made in the markets for which we provide our services. We stand between the buyer and the seller, which makes us the central counterparty for all your transactions. That way we mitigate your counterparty risk and maximize your operational efficiency.
Eurex FTSE Bitcoin Index Futures have been approved by the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Trading for US-based investors started on 29 May 2023.
The concept of Liquidity Classes ("LC") differentiates rebate levels according to the liquidity of the product, with Liquidity Class 1 representing the most liquid and Liquidity Class 3 the least liquid products.
There are two types of Stressed Market Conditions on Eurex market, the SMC_Auto under MiFID2 requirements, which is detected automatically by the T7 trading system with pre-defined parameters and the SMC_Fast which is set manually by Eurex for products and situations that are not covered by the SMC_Auto.
The scope of MiFID II's territorial reach means that it will only apply directly to U.K. and EU-regulated investment firms.
What is the difference between a liquidity provider and a market maker?
In essence, a liquidity provider is a broader term encompassing entities that enhance overall liquidity, while a market maker is a specific form of liquidity provisioning that actively engages in the market by quoting prices to facilitate trades.
Liquidity providers are institutions that accumulate funds and distribute them on the forex market to fill the demand gaps. Market makers provide similar services but primarily utilise their substantial funds to buy and sell large currency volumes.
Eurex statistics are published daily and provide. The number of traded contracts and the daily volume, for the current month and year. The Open Interest – the total amount of all open contract positions and its value in Euro.
Eurex's Euro-Bund Futures, Euro-BTP, the Euro-BONO and the Euro-OAT Futures are a set of precise hedging tools for interest rates in the Eurozone.
The NextGen ETD concept allows trading and clearing of options volatility strategies (OVS) in single stock options within the Eurex risk framework. Daily settled Single Stock Futures with physical delivery will serve as an underlying instrument to eliminate delta risk. Mitigate counterparty risk.