In response to the situation, caused by COVID-19 outbreak, Moscow Exchange Group, since early days of virus spreading has been taking all necessary measures to ensure operational continuity of its infrastructure and minimize staff exposure during the pandemic period.

     Moscow Exchange has developed and activated an action plan to ensure continuity of trading and  post-trading processes under a variety of scenarios. Strongly believe that customers are the most important asset for any company, Moscow Exchange Group is in constant communication with market participants, implementing a number of policies for their protection and providing them with consultative and other support to help adapt their business processes to remote operations. Moscow Exchange employs robust trading, clearing and settlement technologies that have proven reliable in the current market conditions. All Group services are fully available to market participants and all systems are operating as normal.

    Central  Counterparty  National Clearing Centre (NCC), as a daughter company of Moscow Exchange Group and a systemically important institution, has robust business continuity arrangements in place to ensure the safe and orderly conduct of its CCP business. Maintenance of necessary IT and clearing services, rick-management framework  and communications with clearing members, clients and partners – is being done under the circumstances.

     NCC is closely monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and is in close contact with national regulator and all relevant authorities, and will continue to adjust its response as needed. Please reach out to our staff if you need assistance: