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We clear millions of financial contracts a day, which means we have a key role in the world's largest economy. OCC is the buyer to every seller and the seller to every buyer in the U.S. listed-options markets - in fact, we are the only company that clears and settles every listed-options trade in the country.

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Edu-Futuro Selects OCC as its Corporate Partner of the Year for 2020
Nov. 10, 2020
Edu-Futuro recognized OCC as its Corporate Partner of the Year during their 22nd-anniversary virtual gala celebration on Friday, November 6. This year’s theme, Against All Odds!, brought together more than 300 individuals from the academic, governmental and corporate worlds, including... Read more

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