The Clearing Corporation

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The Clearing Corporation

Also called CCorp. The oldest company in the United States to provide clearing and settlement services for futures and derivatives. It operated both on exchanges and over-the-counter. It was established in 1925 as the Board of Trade Clearing Corporation. The Intercontinental Exchange purchased it in 2009. It should not be confused with a clearing corporation, which is a generic term.
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The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation, a Delaware corporation now in its 78th year of business, maintains a Standard & Poor's credit rating and approximately $200 million in capital.
GCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Board of Trade Clearing Corporation, which provides GCC with the proven systems, processes and infrastructure required to serve global, 24-hour marketplaces with unique contract attributes.
Bruce Thompson, Vice President of Reliant Energy Wholesale Group, added, "We are pleased the OTC clearing services through Board of Trade Clearing Corporation include ICE's most actively traded power hubs.
The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation, a Delaware corporation now in its 77th year of business, maintains a Standard & Poor's AAA rating and approximately $191 million in capital.
The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation (the "Clearing Corporation") yesterday elected three new members to its Board of Governors.
BOTCC is a registered trademark of the Board of Trade Clearing Corporation.
The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation (the "Clearing Corporation") today announced the nomination of three persons for election to its Board of Governors.
The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation (the "Clearing Corporation") and Nasdaq Liffe Markets LLC ("NQLX") today jointly announced that they have entered into an agreement under which the Clearing Corporation will process "give-up" -related brokerage payments for NQLX member firms.
The SAVVIS network provides secure, redundant links between the Merchants' Exchange, the National Futures Association, the Board of Trade Clearing Corporation and Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs).
Chicago's Board of Trade Clearing Corporation, the AAA-rated clearinghouse for the largest futures and options exchange in the US, provides clearing and settlement for Opt4 contracts.
announced an agreement to purchase transaction processing services from the Chicago-based Board of Trade Clearing Corporation.
Securities trades will be cleared by the Clearing Corporation for Options and Securities (CCOS), a subsidiary of the AAA-rated Board of Trade Clearing Corporation (BOTCC).

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