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ClearingReducing risk positions and achieving financing and capital efficiency gains for our customers

Eurex Clearing AG and European Commodity Clearing AG, Deutsche Börse Group’s clearing houses, act as central counterparties, i.e. as buyer to each seller, and as seller to each buyer, to minimise credit default risk. They offer efficient clearing of various kinds for all types of transactions, both on-exchange and OTC.

Since the acquisition of the North American Nodal Exchange by the EEX Group, a third clearing house, Nodal Clear, belongs to the Group.

Our brands: Eurex Clearing, European Commodity Clearing

EurexOTC Clear: innovative and integrated solutions


EurexOTC Clear truly meets the market needs for the clearing of OTC transactions, by reducing counterparty risk, margin and collateral requirements and at the same time providing client asset segregation and legal certainty.

Eurex Clearing Partnership Program OTC IRD


The Eurex Clearing partnership program is designed to further accelerate the development of a liquid, EU-based alternative for the clearing of interest rate swaps.

Risk Management: for a safer market

As one of the world's leading clearing houses, ensuring safer markets is what Eurex Clearing is all about. We have been and continue to be a pioneer in introducing innovative technology and forward-looking services to safeguard the marketplace and to increase market integrity.

STP makes your life easier and less risky


ECC offers Straight-Through Processing (STP) of transactions registered at the partner exchanges by brokers. The STP service reduces operational risk and manual interaction for market participants.

ECC: The Experts in commodity clearing

As a central counterparty, ECC offers its participants various clearing and settlement services for all products traded via the EEX Group and other partner exchanges.

Nodal Clear

Energy sustainability

Nodal Clear, the clearing house for Nodal Exchange, is a derivatives clearing organisation pursuant to the Commodity Exchange Act and is regulated by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).