Sucden Financial Limited (“Sucden”) services include clearing derivatives through central counterparties (“CCPs”) in the European Union. Consequently, the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (“EMIR”) requires us to publicly disclose the costs, protection levels and risks associated with the various types of clearing account models/segregation levels that we are required to offer pursuant to the regulation.
Please note that the Clearing Member Disclosure Document and Pricing Disclosure for Clearing Account Structures document are subject to change. Accordingly, please check back to this site regularly to monitor for updates.
The Clearing Member Disclosure Document sets out these details: