Register clearing institutions

What can you find in the register?

A clearing institution contributes to the settlement of securities transactions on a stock exchange by performing a buffer function between the traders (parties allowed access to the market), on the one hand, and a central counterparty, on the other. A clearing institution guarantees the commitments of the traders on whose behalf it acts. Thus, it ensures the settlement of transactions even if the trader on whose behalf it acts is unable to meet his commitments. Finally, banks with a banking licence are also allowed to perform clearing activities.

Licensing requirement
In order to be able to offer clearing services in the Netherlands an undertaking must have obtained a licence.
More information about licensing requirement and exceptions

Searching the register
You can search for undertakings in this register by selecting a category and/or using one or more search terms. If your search is successful one or more search results will be shown. By selecting an undertaking you can view the information concerned. Finally, you can scroll through the list of search results by using the arrows at the bottom of the search results.

Contact
For more information on clearing institutions, you may contact DNB’s Information Desk, telephone: 0800 - 0201068, e-mail: info@dnb.nl.

 

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