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Eurex Group gives Members the flexibility to choose how they connect to the clearing and settlement systems of Eurex Clearing. In order to meet client expectations with respect to innovative, reliable and cost-efficient technologies, Eurex Group offers various connection alternatives designed to meet the needs of all types of Participants to access our systems.
Eurex Clearing offers Members a variety of connection solutions. Clearing Members are required to connect to the clearing and settlement systems of Eurex Clearing via:
- Leased lines,
- Internet lines,
- A combination of both, or
- A Multi-Member-Service Operator.
Leased lines are provided and operated by Eurex Clearing. Clearing Members are responsible for ordering and maintaining their own Internet lines.
Connections to the clearing and settlement systems of Eurex Clearing are also available through an Internet-based service. Clearing Members are responsible for the establishment, transmission reliability and access to the Internet-based connection.
Eurex upgraded its network infrastructure in 2011 to provide Members with technical access through a Multi-Interface Channel (MIC). A MIC connection allows Trading Participants and Clearing Members to consolidate their connections to multiple interfaces. It is therefore possible to integrate the connection to interfaces provided by Eurex Clearing through a MIC.
Clearing access fees
|Connection component||Fee in EUR per month|
|Per 64 kbit/s bandwidth of a leased line||450|
|Per 64 kbit/s bandwidth of an Internet line||200|
|Connection by a Multi-Member-Service Operator*||0|
|Per 1 Mbit/s bandwidth of an Enhanced Risk Interface leased line||700|
|Per 1 Mbit/s bandwidth of an Enhanced Risk Interface internet line||500|
|IT consulting services||Fee in EUR per month|
|Clearing service fee||500|
* The fees to be paid by the Contractual Party to the Multi-Member-Service Operator shall not be affected thereby.
All connection fees for access to clearing services of Eurex Clearing are charged on the basis of the Agreement on the Technical Connection to the Clearing EDP of Eurex Clearing AG which includes the general terms and conditions as well as the price list. Please refer to the Technical Connection Agreement for the list of currently valid prices.
Interfaces to Eurex Clearing
Eurex Clearing's interfaces provide a number of benefits to users, namely increased customization, hardware independence and flexibility.
Eurex Clearing FIXML Interface
Based on the industry standard FIXML, the FIXML-based clearing interface allows for greater flexibility and easy integration in your existing systems. The FIXML Interface can be accessed via a leased line, an Internet line or a Multi-Member-Service Operator. Additionally, it is necessary to configure the connection as a Multi-Interface Channel (MIC) for FIXML.
Eurex Clearing GUI (Graphical User Interface)
The Eurex Clearing GUI provides access to the administration and clearing (@X-tract) as well as settlement (@X-pert) functionalities of the Eurex Clearing system by means of a standard web browser with a token and personal identification number (PIN) for authentication. The Eurex Clearing GUI can be accessed via an Internet-based service.
Common Report Engine
The Common Report Engine (CRE) offers Members the possibility to retrieve all reports for all environments via an FTP (file transfer protocol) solution based on a report server. All reports are generated automatically for all Members without the need to select the reports in advance. A history of at least ten business days is available on the server at all times. The Common Report Engine can be accessed via a leased line, an Internet line, a Multi-Member-Service Operator or an Internet-based service.
Enhanced Risk Interface
Our Enhanced Risk Interface allows you to monitor your risk exposure in real-time. And with margin coverage shown immediately, risk managers encounter fewer surprises. The Enhanced Risk Interface can be accessed via a leased line, an Internet line or a Multi-Member-Service Operator.
Clearing system usage fees
|Clearing system usage||Technical format||Monthly fee|
|Eurex Clearing GUI Token (1)||Valid connection required||4 free tokens /|
EUR 300 from fifth
|FIXML Back-Office Accounts||Valid connection required||2 free accounts /|
EUR 100 from third
All clearing system usage fees for access to clearing services of Eurex Clearing AG are charged on the basis of the Agreement on the Technical Connection to the Clearing EDP of Eurex Clearing AG which includes the general terms and conditions as well as the price list. Please refer to the price list to the Technical Connection Agreement for the list of currently valid prices.
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