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The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC), founded in 1973, is the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization and the foundation for secure markets.
The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC), founded in 1973, is the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization and the foundation for secure markets.

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OCC Named Clearinghouse of the Year

Craig Donohue, OCC Executive Chairman, and Mike McClain, OCC President and COO, share their thoughts on what it means to be recognized as Clearinghouse of the Year by Global Investor/ISF Magazine.

#CraigDonohue   #MikeMcClain   #OCC   #OptionsClearing  
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Craig Donohue, OCC Executive Chairman and CEO, reflects on OCC's successes in 2017 and what the world's largest equity derivatives organization is focused on for 2018.

Read more: https://www.theocc.com/about/newsroom/blog/2018/Donohue-OCC-Clearing-The-Path.jsp
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Read the latest from OCC News! Featuring a note from OCC's Office of the CEO, a Q&A for the upcoming Options Industry Conference and more. http://ow.ly/ea6u30j6t23 #OIC2018
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OCC leaders discussed company updates and initiatives for 2018 and our colleague charity program during our Chicago town hall today. #EmployeeEngagement
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OCC cleared contract volume increased 42 percent in January with 479,812,469 contracts. This marks the third highest month ever for cleared volume & highest January ever for cleared volume.

https://www.theocc.com/about/newsroom/releases/2018/February-1-OCC-Cleared-Volume-up-42-percent-January.jsp
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The Options Industry Council (OIC), an industry resource funded by OCC, the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization, today announced that Gary Katz, former President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Securities Exchange (ISE), will receive the 2018 Joseph W. Sullivan Options Industry Achievement Award.

“Gary is a true innovator in the options industry. He spearheaded the introduction of the first electronic options exchange which was considered revolutionary at the time and has been credited for enhancing market efficiency. He also understood the importance of options education in order to promote responsible use of these valuable risk management tools. Gary’s significant contributions have helped the industry to evolve, and they will continue to impact it moving forward,” said Mary Savoie, OCC First Vice President of Industry Services and Executive Director of OIC.

Read more: https://lnkd.in/dEFk893
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Matt Wolfe, OCC Vice President of Product Development, discusses key issues that may affect the securities lending market in 2018. More information via Securities Lending Times (page 14) http://www.securitieslendingtimes.com/sltimes/SLT_issue_194.pdf
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Read the latest from OCC News, featuring a note from John P Davidson, OCC's President & Chief Operating Officer, an OIC update and more! http://ow.ly/P7j730hPWBn
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OCC 2017 Total Cleared Contract Volume Up Four Percent | Third Highest Volume Year Ever

OCC, the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization, today announced 2017 volume reached the third highest total cleared contract volume ever. More information: https://www.theocc.com/about/newsroom/releases/2018/January-2-OCC-2017-Cleared-Contract-Volume-Third-Highest-Ever.jsp
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OCC Cleared Contract Volume Increased One Percent in November

OCC announced today that total cleared contract volume in November was up 1% with 396,779,462 contracts, making it the highest November ever for options volume. More volume information: http://ow.ly/UX8m30gXtoV
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