European Commodity Clearing (ECC)

    European Commodity Clearing (ECC) is a central clearing house which specialises in energy and commodity products. ECC assumes the counterparty risk and guarantees the physical and financial settlement of transactions, providing security and cross-margining benefits for its customers. As part of EEX Group, ECC provides clearing services for EEX, EEX Asia and EPEX SPOT and for the partner exchanges HUPX, HUDEX, NOREXECO, SEEPEX and SEMOpx.

    ECC is part of Deutsche Börse Group.

    Clearing and settlement at ECC

    As the central counterparty ECC takes over clearing and settlement for the exchanges of EEX group as well as a number of further partner exchanges. Learn more in the video.

      

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    Clearing at ECC – Want to know how clearing works?

    European Commodity Clearing (ECC) is a central clearing house which specialises in energy and commodity products  - but what actually is clearing?

    What happens, if the buyer or seller drops out of the transaction? Our short video explains clearing in a nutshell and gives a general overview of ECCs services.

     

      

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    About ECC

    Clearing & Settlement, Financial Settlement & Invoicing, Risk Operations

    Learn more about ECC

    Access to ECC

    Become a member with ECC. There are three different types of membership in ECC representing three levels of access:

    • Clearing Members (CM)
    • Non-Clearing Members (NCM)
    • DCP Clearing Members (DCP CM)
    Find out more about
    the different memberships.