European Central Counterparty Limited (EuroCCP) delivers safety and savings to trading firms through its low-cost, low-risk pan-European clearing and settlement services. EuroCCP clears trades in 15 European markets in more than 5,000 equities issues in Europe and 120 listed Depositary Receipts. EuroCCP's innovative pricing structure provides volume discounts at a Participant level and offers the lowest-ever equity clearing tariffs available in Europe. With its centralised risk management, EuroCCP offers superior counterparty risk protection. And it earns top reviews from customers for its operational excellence. Firms can estimate their clearing fees using EuroCCPs Clearing Fee Simulator.
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