A clearing house is an entity responsible for clearing and settling securities which acts as a central counterparty for trades executed between market participants.

This section lists current decisions pertaining to recognition or exemptions from recognition in respect of entities acting as clearing houses, as well as amendments to, or the application of, such decisions. All other decisions are available in the AMF Bulletin.

* Please note that the following documents are available in French only.

Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC)

Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc.

Clearing and Depository Services Inc. (CDS)

Recognition of Maple Group Acquisition Corporation, The Canadian Depository for Securities Limited and of CDS Clearing and Depository Services Inc. as a clearing house — (Decision No. 2012-PDG-0142 (pdf - 371 KB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on 4 September 2012Décision dated 2012-07-04, Bulletin 2012-07-05, Vol. 9, No. 27)

Fixed Income Clearing Corporation

LCH Limited


Nodal Clear, LLC

  • Dispense de l'obligation de reconnaissance de Nodal Clear, LLC à titre de chambre de compensation et des obligations d'agrément et d'autorisation relatives aux dérivés – Décision 2017-SMV-0034 (du 2017-07-18, Bulletin du 2017-07-20, Vol. 14, n° 28)

Natural Gas Exchange (NGX)

The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC)

Memorandum of understanding

Qualifying Central Counterparties