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Clearcorp Dealing Systems (India) Ltd. (Clearcorp)(CIN: U74999MH2003PLC140849), a wholly owned subsidiary of CCIL, was incorporated in June, 2003 to facilitate, set up and carry on the business of providing dealing systems/platform in Collateralised Borrowing and Lending Obligation (CBLO), Repos and all money market instruments of any kind and also in foreign exchange (FX-CLEAR) and currencies of all kinds. Clearcorp has been set up to facilitate CCIL, to segregate its other activities from Clearing and Settlement activities, a risk bearing activity. Accordingly, the Shareholders of CCIL at their meeting held on June 4, 2003 resolved to transfer all activities of the Company relating to Forex Dealing Platform (FX-CLEAR) and Collateralised Borrowing and Lending (CBLO) dealing platform to Clearcorp. CBLO, an electronic screen based trading platform, facilitated borrowing and lending of funds, in a collateralized environment with anonymity and was operational till 03rd November 2018.

TREPS, facilitates, borrowing and lending of funds against Government securities, in a Triparty Repo arrangement. TREPS is an anonymous electronic order matching platform. Entities who are admitted to Clearcorp’s Triparty Repo (Dealing) Segment, and having access to INFINET network, access dealing system through INFINET. Other entities who are admitted as Members access dealing system through INTERNET. Member’s orders to borrow and / or lend under Triparty Repo are matched on Amount to borrow / lend, Interest rate-and Time priority. All the matched orders i.e. trades of the members flows seamlessly to CCIL for settlement. CCIL settles the trades from TREPS, in terms of its Securities Segment Regulations.

FX-CLEAR , a Forex Dealing System, was launched by Clearcorp on August 7, 2003. FX-CLEAR offers both Order Matching and Negotiation Modes for dealing. The platform covers inter-bank Spot, swap and other transactions in USD/INR currency pair. The USD-INR deals constitute about 85% of the total FOREX transactions in India in terms of value. The new version of FX-CLEAR platform launched w.e.f. 6th April 2015, offers guaranteed settlement from the point of trade for all the trades concluded on the Order Matching Mode of the platform, wherein these trades shall be automatically sent to Clearing Corporation. Accordingly, Clearing Corporation (CCIL) shall be the Counterparty for these Trades.

FX-SWAP, a Forex Swap Dealing System, which was launched by Clearcorp on May 31, 2010 offers an Order matching system for Forex Swaps. The platform offers swap instruments extending up to 12 months along-with three upto spot instruments viz Cash/Tom, Cash/Spot, Tom/Spot, a LD/LD instrument (Month 1 end over Month 2 end) and two ORF instruments (Month 1 end and Month 2 end). FX-SWAP platform was launched with a unique feature of guarantee from the point of trades for the Forward Legs of the transactions concluded on the platform. The new version of FX-SWAP platform launched w.e.f. 6th April 2015, extends the benefits of guaranteed settlement from the point of trade to all the legs of the trades concluded on the platform, including Cash, Tom, Spot and Forwards, wherein these trades shall be automatically sent to Clearing Corporation. Accordingly, Clearing Corporation (CCIL) shall be the Counterparty for these Trades.

Clearcorp Repo Order Matching System (CROMS) is an STP enabled anonymous Order Matching Platform launched by Clearcorp Dealing Systems (India) Ltd on 27th January 2009 for facilitating dealing in Market Repos in all kinds of Government Securities. It enables dealing in two kinds of Repos – (1) Basket and (2) Special Repos. Building on the internationally popular Standard Repo Model, Basket Repos enables dealing in baskets wherein repoable securities have been classified based on instrument type, liquidity and outstanding tenor and clustered together. While borrowers can raise funds through a Basket Repo against any of security forming part of the concerned basket, the lender is assured that it would receive only any of the securities forming part of the concerned basket. Details of security allocated are known to both counterparties post trade. As for Special Repos, which is the conventional repo, both borrower and lender are aware of the underlying security against which deal is sought to be concluded. CROMS provides better transparency, repo rate discovery and operational efficiency and has thus become the preferred avenue for market repo dealing as about 70% of all market repo action against Government Securities is concluded on the Platform consistently.

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