Leading Clearing Services from a Leading Exchange
SIX x-clear offers you highly diversified CCP services with access to multiple trading platforms across Europe. We deliver multi-asset clearing services in a highly regulated environment while managing risk in real-time.
One of Europe’s most qualified, stable and capitalized CCP clearing houses, SIX x-clear performs key functions that reduce credit risk and liquidity requirements while providing Post-Trade anonymity and greatly enhancing settlement efficiency. All the while, SIX x-clear is proud to offer a highly competitive pricing that promotes market dynamism and ultimately enhances market resilience.
As a Third Country CCP active in the EU and UK, combined with our deep understanding of our home markets in Norway and Switzerland, we recognise the importance of a robust oversight framework in helping to deliver the best-in-class service for our clients.
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All the Information You Need on Clearing at Your Fingertips
SIX x-clear members can find more clearing notices, frontlines, and information archives in the Info Center.
As a SIX x-clear member you can expect the highest levels of customer service.
Eliminate Counterparty Risk and Free Up Capital
By raising the bar for stability and flexibility, we lower the risks and requirements placed on you. Clearing trades through our world-class CCP reduces both counterparty risk and capital adequacy requirements under Basel III. Thanks to our sophisticated real-time risk management systems our Members benefit from optimized collateral requirements.
In addition to these benefits, SIX x-clear also offers competitive pricing, settlement efficiency, a flexible collateral structure, portfolio-based margining, and the ability to tailor communication and reporting to fit your needs.
Latest Post-Trade News
Coping with EU regulation for cross-border funding. The curious case of SFTR
Divergent regulation has given rise to a host of very concrete challenges but also a range of potential opportunities in the cross-border space. The most recent example would be the Securities Finance Transaction Regulation (SFTR) introducing reporting obligations – a serious challenge for european financial institutions.
Return opportunities for investors are likely to be relatively scarce over the next 12 to 18 months. Therefore, private banks and wealth managers need to find a way to safeguard portfolio performance, for example through enhanced tax optimisation.
The volatility spikes in March and April 2020 tested the resilience and effectiveness of collateral management solutions while highlighting the benefits of automation and of adopting innovative technology.
Our Sales teams in Switzerland, the UK, EU and in the Nordics are happy to provide you with the information you need.