Clearing is a crucial process in trade operations. Clearing is applied in case of exchange-trading, although OTC deals can also be cleared. How clearing works and what it concerns is set out in this course. The roles of various parties is described, amongst which are central counterparties and (general) clearing members.
This course covers the following videos:
1. Counterparty risk
2. Master agreement
3. Credit risk management
4. What is clearing?
5. Clearing activities
7. Central counterparty clearing
9. Central counterparty
10. Clearing members
12. Default fund
13. Side-effects of central clearing – Static effects
14. Side-effects of central clearing – Dynamic effects
15. Side-effects of central clearing – Second round effects