CME Becomes Second Exchange to File SEF Application

The world’s largest derivatives exchange, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, has filed its Swap Execution Facility application with the US regulator,

CME Building-resize-380x300Chicago based, CME,  announced that it has filed its application to operate as a Swap Execution Facility with the US financial watchdog. The world’s largest derivatives exchange joins a growing list of firms who are submitting their application before the October 2nd deadline.

CME offers a range of products that will be required to be cleared and traded on a SEF. The firm offers interest swaps and clears NDFs.

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CME Group’s SEF will be available over CME Direct, a sophisticated, online front- end trade management platform, for accessing CME Group’s exchange traded and OTC products. The Chicago based exchange will offer users futures and swaps on one trading platform.


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