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Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Montréal Exchange (MX), acts as the central clearing counterparty for exchange-traded derivative products in Canada and for a growing range of customized financial instruments. CDCC's role is to ensure the integrity and stability of the markets that it supports.

CDCC occupies a unique space in the Canadian financial markets. Here are the main reasons behind CDCC's exclusive position:

  • The only integrated central clearing counterparty in North America that clears and settles futures, options and options on futures.
  • More than thirty-five-year track record as the central clearing counterparty and guarantor of exchange-traded derivative products in Canada.
  • More than 30 clearing members, including major financial institutions and brokers in Canada.

Latest Notices

February 23, 2017
031-17 – Self-Certification - Amendments to the Rules, Operations Manual and Risk Manual of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation Read more

February 22, 2017
030-17 – Fixed Income Securities Eligible for Trading Read more

February 22, 2017
029-17 – Self-Certification - Amendments to the Operations Manual of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation to Reduce Support Time on Expiry Read more

February 21, 2017
028-17 – Self-Certification - Amendments to the Rules and the Risk Manual of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation to Reflect the Change Of Administrator, Calculation Agent And Publication Agent of CDOR and CORRA Rates and Amendments to the Final Settlement Price of the Three-Month Canadian Bankers’ Acceptance, 30 Day Overnight Repo Rate and Overnight Index Swap Futures Contracts Read more

February 21, 2017
027-17 – Self-Certification - Amendments to the Rules of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation - New Foreign Exchange Rate Fixing Read more