Tradeweb, EuroCCP announce CCP for European ETFs
September 5, 2019

Tradeweb Markets Inc, a global operator of electronic marketplaces for rates, credit, equities and money markets, and EuroCCP, Europe's leading equities clearing house, have today announced a strategic collaboration to facilitate central counterparty clearing for European exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

They say this will help streamline European clients' settlement process and minimize costs, by facilitating pre-settle margin and netting of exposures while still offering pan-European ETF investors the transparency and benefits afforded by the RFQ process.

Said Enrico Bruni, Head of Europe and Asia business at Tradeweb: "By offering our clients the ability to centrally clear European ETF trades, we are enhancing the RFQ workflow by introducing a new post-trade process to help investors minimise settlement fails and improve efficiency."





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Tradeweb Markets Inc, a global operator of electronic marketplaces for rates, credit, equities and money markets, and EuroCCP, Europe's leading equities clearing house, have today announced a strategic collaboration to facilitate central counterparty clearing for European exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

They say this will help streamline European clients' settlement process and minimize costs, by facilitating pre-settle margin and netting of exposures while still offering pan-European ETF investors the transparency and benefits afforded by the RFQ process.

Said Enrico Bruni, Head of Europe and Asia business at Tradeweb: "By offering our clients the ability to centrally clear European ETF trades, we are enhancing the RFQ workflow by introducing a new post-trade process to help investors minimise settlement fails and improve efficiency."



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