Oslo stock exchange clearing house

Central clearing involves a clearing house, such as Oslo Clearing, entering into a transaction as the counterparty for both the original purchaser and the original seller from such time as the order is matched by the exchange's trading system. Oslo Clearing is 100% owned by Oslo Børs VPS Holding ASA, and is authorised to act as a central counterparty in accordance with the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. Oslo Clearing currently carries out CCP clearing of financial directives and security lending products.

Cash Equity SIX x-clear Ltd offers clearing services for cash equities and ETFs across a range of platforms, with a universe of over 25,000 securities. Derivatives SIX x-clear Ltd offers clearing services for derivatives with Oslo Børs ASA. All equity instruments and derivatives traded on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess are cleared through a central counterparty (CCP) - a clearing house. Consequently, members must set up a clearing arrangement in order to trade these products on these marketplaces. Clearing entails an organization to act as an intermediary for transactions, in order to reconcile orders and also to guarantee for settlement and delivery of securities between the transacting parties. LCH is a British clearing house that serves major international exchanges, as well as a range of OTC markets. Based on 2012 figures LCH cleared approximately 50% of the global interest rate swap market, and is the second largest clearer of bonds and repos in the world, providing services across 13 government debt markets. In addition, LCH clears a broad range of asset classes including: commodities, securities, exchange traded derivatives, credit default swaps, energy contracts, freight derivati Oslo Børs offers a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Nasdaq Clearing is a leading, EMIR authorized, clearing house providing central counterparty clearing of futures and options listed at Nasdaq Derivatives Markets (Nasdaq Stockholm AB), Nasdaq Oslo Børs offers the only regulated markets for securities trading in Norway providing a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Oslo Børs is part of the Oslo Børs VPS Group which consists of the four companies Oslo Børs, VPS, Oslo Clearing and Oslo Market Solutions.

Oslo Børs is an internationally recognized exchange based in Oslo and is supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. SIX x-clear Ltd provides central counterparty clearing for trades in cash equities including ETFs, equity certificates and derivatives on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess through the CLARA and SECOM clearing platforms.

Oslo Børs is an internationally recognized exchange based in Oslo and is supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. SIX x-clear Ltd provides central counterparty clearing for trades in cash equities including ETFs, equity certificates and derivatives on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess through the CLARA and SECOM clearing platforms. NOS was the central counterparty clearing house for financial derivatives traded at Oslo Stock Exchange from 1990 to September 2006. In 1997, a Norwegian securities firm, Noka Securities, went bankrupt and consequently defaulted according to the rules. All client positions were transferred to another clearing member without any loss to NOS. Today, our clearing services span multiple exchanges and trading venues, including SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd, Oslo Børs, the London Stock Exchange, Cboe Europe, Aquis Exchange, BlockMatch, Equiduct, Nasdaq Nordic Exchanges, Sigma X, Traiana, Turquoise and UBS MTF. More are in the pipeline for interoperable clearing. All equity instruments and derivatives traded on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess are cleared through a central counterparty (CCP) – a clearing house. Consequently, members must set up a clearing arrangement in order to trade these products on these marketplaces. Clearing entails an organization to act as an intermediary for transactions, in order to reconcile orders and also to guarantee for settlement and delivery of securities between the transacting parties.

The clearing house has developed a new billing system which enables clearing members to receive electronic invoices and data detailing the composition of charges. Delivery Procedures ICE Clear Europe's Clearing Rules and Procedures have been published to members.

All equity instruments and derivatives traded on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess are cleared through a central counterparty (CCP) – a clearing house. Consequently, members must set up a clearing arrangement in order to trade these products on these marketplaces. Clearing entails an organization to act as an intermediary for transactions, in order to reconcile orders and also to guarantee for settlement and delivery of securities between the transacting parties. Central clearing involves a clearing house, such as Oslo Clearing, entering into a transaction as the counterparty for both the original purchaser and the original seller from such time as the order is matched by the exchange's trading system. Oslo Clearing is 100% owned by Oslo Børs VPS Holding ASA, and is authorised to act as a central counterparty in accordance with the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. Oslo Clearing currently carries out CCP clearing of financial directives and security lending products. The new platform’s superior technology brings increased speed and functionality to participants trading derivatives and for the first time London Stock Exchange Group’s clearing house CC&G will be providing clearing services in the UK to EDX London. Risk and central counterparty clearing will continue to be provided by LCH.Clearnet and for Oslo Børs members through Oslo Clearing, a company in the Oslo Børs VPS Group. LCH.Clearnet Limited (“LCH ”) acting as the Designated Clearing House for the London Stock Exchange Derivatives Markets. LCH is a Recognised Clearing House in the United Kingdom pursuant to the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. The Exchange provides a linked Order book for Norwegian products with Oslo Børs ASA (“Oslo The clearing house has developed a new billing system which enables clearing members to receive electronic invoices and data detailing the composition of charges. Delivery Procedures ICE Clear Europe's Clearing Rules and Procedures have been published to members.

All equity instruments and derivatives traded on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess are cleared through a central counterparty (CCP) - a clearing house. Consequently, members must set up a clearing arrangement in order to trade these products on these marketplaces. Clearing entails an organization to act as an intermediary for transactions, in order to reconcile orders and also to guarantee for settlement and delivery of securities between the transacting parties.

LCH is a British clearing house that serves major international exchanges, as well as a range of OTC markets. Based on 2012 figures LCH cleared approximately 50% of the global interest rate swap market, and is the second largest clearer of bonds and repos in the world, providing services across 13 government debt markets. In addition, LCH clears a broad range of asset classes including: commodities, securities, exchange traded derivatives, credit default swaps, energy contracts, freight derivati Oslo Børs offers a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Nasdaq Clearing is a leading, EMIR authorized, clearing house providing central counterparty clearing of futures and options listed at Nasdaq Derivatives Markets (Nasdaq Stockholm AB), Nasdaq Oslo Børs offers the only regulated markets for securities trading in Norway providing a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Oslo Børs is part of the Oslo Børs VPS Group which consists of the four companies Oslo Børs, VPS, Oslo Clearing and Oslo Market Solutions.

Oslo Børs offers the only regulated markets for securities trading in Norway providing a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Oslo Børs is part of the Oslo Børs VPS Group which consists of the four companies Oslo Børs, VPS, Oslo Clearing and Oslo Market Solutions.

Reykjavik, the derivatives exchanges in Stockholm and Oslo, and the derivatives clearing house Nasdaq Clearing. 1.1 NASDAQ OMX GROUP The NASDAQ OMX Group (Nasdaq) is a leading provider of trading services, exchange technology, information and public company services across six continents. Oslo Børs is an internationally recognized exchange based in Oslo and is supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. SIX x-clear Ltd provides central counterparty clearing for trades in cash equities including ETFs, equity certificates and derivatives on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess through the CLARA and SECOM clearing platforms.

All equity instruments and derivatives traded on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess are cleared through a central counterparty (CCP) - a clearing house. Consequently, members must set up a clearing arrangement in order to trade these products on these marketplaces. Clearing entails an organization to act as an intermediary for transactions, in order to reconcile orders and also to guarantee for settlement and delivery of securities between the transacting parties. LCH is a British clearing house that serves major international exchanges, as well as a range of OTC markets. Based on 2012 figures LCH cleared approximately 50% of the global interest rate swap market, and is the second largest clearer of bonds and repos in the world, providing services across 13 government debt markets. In addition, LCH clears a broad range of asset classes including: commodities, securities, exchange traded derivatives, credit default swaps, energy contracts, freight derivati Oslo Børs offers a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Nasdaq Clearing is a leading, EMIR authorized, clearing house providing central counterparty clearing of futures and options listed at Nasdaq Derivatives Markets (Nasdaq Stockholm AB), Nasdaq Oslo Børs offers the only regulated markets for securities trading in Norway providing a full product range including equities, derivatives and fixed income instruments. Oslo Børs is part of the Oslo Børs VPS Group which consists of the four companies Oslo Børs, VPS, Oslo Clearing and Oslo Market Solutions.