CME Group gets Dutch approval for Amsterdam entity

Some businesses will transition to CME Amsterdam BV to continue serving EU27 clients

Green light
All go: CME Group wants to ensure uninterrupted service for European clients as Brexit looms

Derivatives marketplace CME Group is transitioning a number of its businesses to Amsterdam, after receiving approval from the Dutch Ministry of Finance to operate a new legal entity. CME Amsterdam BV will begin operating on March 18.

The move comes as the firm seeks to ensure the group’s BrokerTec and EBS venues, and CME Regulatory Reporting services are able to continue serving their EU27 clients irrespective of the outcome of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

CME Amsterdam BV will

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