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Euronext announced today a new service which will be launched with equity derivatives in the spring of 2015, enabling bilaterally agreed trades with flexible parameters to be reported to Euronext and cleared by LCH.Clearnet SA , Euronext’s Central Counterparty

The service will run on the TRADExpress platform, delivered by Cinnober, an independent provider of solutions and services to major trading and Clearing venues. The service will significantly expand and enhance Euronext's derivatives offering for clients.

The new service will provide flexibility for investors, allowing them to tailor derivative instruments and to report through a web interface with expiration dates, strike prices, option types and settlement styles which are not available on the central order book.

Lee Hodgkinson, Head of Markets and Global Sales, said, “Against the backdrop of the G20 post-crisis reform programme of increased transparency and reduced systemic risk in derivative markets, we will be positioning our service to deliver clients with the capital efficiency and Risk Management benefits of central clearing. This initiative will allow us to boost the competitiveness of our existing and recently launched products, and will be the springboard for expansion into new derivative products and asset classes, as it directly provides us with opportunities to develop closer links to a broader section of the trading community.”

Veronica Augustsson, CEO of Cinnober Financial Technology AB, said, “There are many changes taking place within trade management and post-trade, where regulations and competition in particular are driving innovation. Together with our track record, independence and flexible technology this puts us at the forefront. We are confidently looking forward to providing a top-notch solution together with our partners, which will also benefit the European derivative and equity markets in general.”

LCH

Christophe Hemon, CEO of LCH.Clearnet SA, said,“Our members recognize the benefits of centrally clearing a greater proportion of their derivative trading activity through regulated platforms. The addition of this service to our clearing pool further strengthens potential for portfolio margining for both our members and clients. We look forward to continuing our work with Euronext to grow the service in line with customer demand.”

NYSE_Euronext_logo

Euronext announced today a new service which will be launched with equity derivatives in the spring of 2015, enabling bilaterally agreed trades with flexible parameters to be reported to Euronext and cleared by LCH.Clearnet SA , Euronext’s Central Counterparty

The service will run on the TRADExpress platform, delivered by Cinnober, an independent provider of solutions and services to major trading and Clearing venues. The service will significantly expand and enhance Euronext's derivatives offering for clients.

The new service will provide flexibility for investors, allowing them to tailor derivative instruments and to report through a web interface with expiration dates, strike prices, option types and settlement styles which are not available on the central order book.

Lee Hodgkinson, Head of Markets and Global Sales, said, “Against the backdrop of the G20 post-crisis reform programme of increased transparency and reduced systemic risk in derivative markets, we will be positioning our service to deliver clients with the capital efficiency and Risk Management benefits of central clearing. This initiative will allow us to boost the competitiveness of our existing and recently launched products, and will be the springboard for expansion into new derivative products and asset classes, as it directly provides us with opportunities to develop closer links to a broader section of the trading community.”

Veronica Augustsson, CEO of Cinnober Financial Technology AB, said, “There are many changes taking place within trade management and post-trade, where regulations and competition in particular are driving innovation. Together with our track record, independence and flexible technology this puts us at the forefront. We are confidently looking forward to providing a top-notch solution together with our partners, which will also benefit the European derivative and equity markets in general.”

LCH

Christophe Hemon, CEO of LCH.Clearnet SA, said,“Our members recognize the benefits of centrally clearing a greater proportion of their derivative trading activity through regulated platforms. The addition of this service to our clearing pool further strengthens potential for portfolio margining for both our members and clients. We look forward to continuing our work with Euronext to grow the service in line with customer demand.”