Euronext Clearing is a multi-asset clearing house that currently provides proven risk management capabilities on 14 markets, across a range of trading venues including Borsa Italiana, MTS, BrokerTec and Hi-mtf.
Asset classes cleared include equities, EFTs, closed-end funds, financial and commodity derivatives, bonds and repos.
Euronext Clearing aims to ensure the efficient and safe functioning of the markets served and feels committed to contributing to the protection of its members and their clients across multiple jurisdictions in Europe, promoting and offering its services in an equitable, transparent and non-discriminatory manner.
In its role, Euronext Clearing assures the implementation of a robust risk management framework, a set of rules and procedures to ensure full compliance with the applicable regulatory environment, and an STP Clearing System providing safe and efficient clearing processing.
Among its main objectives, Euronext Clearing, through the mitigation of counterparty risk and the provision of sound risk management, ensures the correct and smooth functioning of the regulated markets, undertaking consultation processes in circumstances of regulatory amendments and in case of implementation of new regulations and services.
Euronext Clearing was incorporated in Italy in 1992, under the Supervision of Bank of Italy, and it is authorized to offer services and activities in accordance with European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).