|Global Association of Central Counterparties (CCP Global)|
|Headquarters||19F No. 233, Taicang Rd, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China|
|Key People||Kevin McClear, Chair; Kausick Saha, Vice Chair; Dmitrij Senko, Vice Chair; Timothy Cuddihy, Treasurer; Teo Floor, CEO|
The Global Association of Central Counterparties (CCP Global) was formed in 2001 by 12 major central counterparty (CCP) organizations in Europe, Asia and the Americas with the objective to share information, develop market analysis and form policy standards for common areas of concern. It was originally known as CCP12.
CCP Global is the global association for CCPs, representing 42 members who operate more than 60 individual CCPs globally across EMEA, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region. The group frequently invites regulators and representatives from other clearing and settlement organizations, exchanges and marketplaces, financial firms and other industry associations around the world to join its meetings.
On August 31, 2023, CCP12 was rebranded as CCP Global. The decision to rebrand was made at the annual meeting in Bangkok on June 9, 2023 to reflect the association's global nature.
According to CCP Global's mission statement, members of CCP Global work together on issues of mutual interest and benefit to minimize global systemic risk and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of international markets. To this end, CCP Global members work collaboratively in order to share information, develop analysis and release position papers. The association aims to promote the development and adoption of high-quality standards and best practices across CCP risk management and operational activities. 
Some of CCP Global's main achievements are:
- CCP12 Policy Perspective on the implementation timeline for the Basel III Standards
- CCP12 Annual Markets Review in Central Counterparty Clearing
- CCP12 Primer on Credit Stress Testing
- CCPs again demonstrate resilience in times of crisis - A CCP12 paper
- Progress and Initiatives in OTC Derivatives - A CCP12 report
- CCP Best Practices Third-Party Risk Management – A CCP12 Position Paper
- CCP Best Practices – A CCP12 Position Paper
- Incentives for Central Clearing and the Evolution of OTC Derivatives – A CCP12 Report
- CCP12 Primer on Initial Margin – A CCP12 White Paper
Public Quantitative Disclosures
On 2 November 2017, CCP12 officially released the CCP12 PQD Template on Public Quantitative Disclosures (PQDs), which provides a global harmonized approach. This PQD template represents CCP12’s active response to CPMI-IOSCO and the endeavour to foster industry best practices. The template improves standardization and transparency of the CCP industry by facilitating comparable data points and formats. The CCP12 PQD Template has been adopted by CCPs across the globe, by both members and non-members of CCP12.
On 4 November 2020, an updated CCP12 PQD Template was released, which provides further clarity in relation to populating the disclosure fields in a standardized approach, a method to track PQD changes, and further ensures machine readable data points.
Additionally, the CCP12 PQD Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Guide was released, which provides details of the CCP12 PQD Template such as the ‘Disclosure Title’, ‘Reference’, ‘Description’ and ‘Reporting Frequency’. In addition, after discussion with the CCP12 members, market participants, and global regulators, a comprehensive explanation of all disclosures, which have been defined, is included to give supplementary guidance to CCPs. 
CCP12 publishes the CCP12 Public Quantitative Disclosure Newsflash on a quarterly basis, which gives a high-level overview across our membership of published collated figures for Collateral Held, Initial Margin (IM) Required, Default Fund Required and Average Daily Variation Margin. Also, CCP12 publishes the CCP12 Public Quantitative Disclosure Newsletter, which examines a number of CCP risk management indicators in greater detail, including IM Required/Held, DF Required/Held, Collateral Make-Up of the IM and DF contributions, Average Daily Variation Margin, Margin Overcollateralization, an overview of the Credit Default Swaps (CDS) and Interest Rate Swaps (IRS) Margin requirements, and lastly, Availability, Failures and Recovery Time Objectives.
The Operations Working Committee (OWC)
The OWC addresses operational and technical issues raised by industry forums and regulators. It deals with the requests on message standardization. It also serves as a platform for information exchange on new or ongoing technical issues like fintech and cyber security.
The Policy Working Committee (PWC)
The PWC addresses policy topics raised by the industry and regulators (i.e., resilience, recovery and resolution). It also serves as a platform for information exchange on new and ongoing policy issues.
The Public Quantitative Disclosure Working Committee (PQDWC)
The PQDWC Working Group addresses the development and ongoing needs of CCPs seeking to meet the requirements of the CPMI-IOSCO Public Quantitative Disclosure Framework.
The Risk Working Committee (RWC)
The RWC addresses quantitative, risk-based proposals from regulators. This includes CCP Global's ongoing work on supervisory stress testing.
CCP Global Primary Members
- Argentina Clearing y Registro S.A.
- Australian Securities Exchange
- Bursa Malaysia Berhad
- Cámara de Riesgo Central de Contraparte de Colombia S.A.
- CME Group
- China Securities Depository & Clearing Corporation Limited
- The Clearing Corporation of India Ltd.
- Comder, contraparte Central S.A
- The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
- Dubai Clear LLC
- Dubai Commodities Clearing Corporation
- Eurex Clearing AG
- Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.
- Intercontinental Exchange, Inc.
- Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
- Johannesburg Stock Exchange
- KDPW CCP S.A.
- Keler CCP
- Kliring Penjaminan Efek Indonesia
- Korea Exchange
- London Stock Exchange Group
- Minneapolis Grain Exchange, Inc.
- Multi Commodity Exchange Clearing Corporation Limited
- Muquassa SA
- Nasdaq Clearing AB
- NSE Clearing Limited
- New Zealand Clearing and Depository Corporation Limited
- The Options Clearing Corporation
- Shanghai Clearing House
- Singapore Exchange Limited
- Taipei Exchange
- Taiwan Futures Exchange
- Taiwan Stock Exchange
- Thailand Clearing House
- The Securities Clearing Center Company
- TMX Group
- Vietnam Securities Depository
CCP Global Observer Members
CCP Global Executive Committee
- Kevin McClear, Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. - Chair
- Dmitrij Senko, Eurex Clearing Group - Vice Chair
- Kausick Saha, Clearing Corporation of India Ltd - Vice Chair
- Timothy Cuddihy, Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation - Treasurer
- Lee Betsill, CME Group
- Erica Brown, Nasdaq Clearing AB
- David Horner, London Stock Exchange
- Sukho Jung, Korea Exchange
- Agnes Koh, Singapore Exchange Limited
- George Kormas, TMX Group
- Vikram Kothari, National Securities Clearing Corporation Ltd.
- Dale Michaels, Options Clearing Corporation
- Daisuke Miyauchi, Japan Securities Clearing Corporation
- Rajiv Pabari, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
- Slawomir Panasiuk, KDPW CCP S.A.
- Hongbo Wang, Shanghai Clearing House
CCP Global Office
- The Global Association of Central Counterparties – adopts its new name and branding from CCP12 to CCP Global. CCP Global.
- CCP12 Papers. CCP12.
- CCP12 Mission. CCP12.
- CCP12 Submissions. CCP12.
- CMPI-IOSCO Public Quantitative Disclosure Standards for Central Counterparties (CCPs). IOSCO.
- CCP12 Public Quantitative Disclosures. CCP12.
- CCP12 Media Releases. CCP12.
- CCP12 PQD FAQ Guide. CCP12.