Technical Access to EUREX
Technical connection to the EUREX system and hence ECC is generally provided via a Member Integration System Server (MISS), or a Member’s MISS group and via a TCP/IP proprietary network. Supported operating systems are Sun Solaris and Microsoft Windows. Detailed information regarding hard- and software requirements are provided in the EUREX Sizing Guidelines (login required).
Please find technical forms for access to EUREX here.
Common Report Engine
The distribution of reports for Future Markets (EUREX reports) occurs via an FTP server, the Common Report Engine (CRE) regardless of a technical connection to EUREX system. Participants can connect simultaneously to the CRE from different locations via Internet or Leased Lines (iAccess is not included) via secure SFTP connection. For authentication on the CRE infrastructure public/ private keys and the application form T06 is required. Further details can be found in the User Guide Common Report Engine.
Migration of Derivatives Position & Transaction Management from EUREX Classic to C7
The member simulation – taking place between 08 April and 21 June – cover the migration activities as well as the usage of the new clearing system Eurex C7 with focus on ECC specific clearing services. The Member Simulation Guide provides an overview regarding the main changes, important timelines and additional information for, e.g. member’s ToDos before simulation phase or user entitlement. For an exhaustive and more detailed information please visit www.eurexclearing.com > Technology > Eurex Clearing’s C7.