Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, today announced that the CFTC has issued an Order of Registration to ICE Endex giving it approval as an authorised Foreign Board of Trade.
Under the respective Order, ICE Endex is permitted to provide its identified members or other participants located in the U.S. with direct access to their electronic order entry and trade matching system.
“ICE Endex is delighted to have received CFTC approval as a Foreign Board of Trade. In addition to our expanding European operations ICE Endex can now provide direct access for our Gas and Power contracts, including ICE Endex’s flagship contract the TTF, the continental European gas benchmark, to members and customers based in the United States.” said Pieter Schuurs, President, ICE Endex.
ICE Endex is a leading energy exchange in continental Europe, providing liquid European gas and power markets that enable energy firms and financial participants to effectively manage price risk. ICE Endex offers direct market access and a regulated futures and options platform, as well as gas balancing markets and gas storage services.
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SOURCE: Intercontinental Exchange