Protecting Customers through 100 years of market evolution
New York Cotton Exchange Clearing Association established in New York with an initial capital stock of $1,500.
New York Cotton Exchange Clearing Association changes name to Commodity Clearing Corporation.
Commodity Clearing Corporation begins clearing equity index and currency futures.
New York Clearing Corporation relocates to back-up Long Island City, New York facilities after the September 11 World Trade Center attack and provides uninterrupted clearing services in the days that follow. New York Clearing Corporation remains in Long Island City for two years, until the relocation back to downtown Manhattan.
New York Clearing Corporation begins clearing trades for the New York Board of Trade following the merger of the Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange and the New York Cotton Exchange into the New York Board of Trade.
Intercontinental Exchange acquires New York Board of Trade and the New York Clearing Corporation; name is changed to ICE Clear U.S.
ICE Clear U.S. is the first U.S. clearing house to reach the century mark.
Our clearing houses have in place a comprehensive set of procedures and a robust risk management framework that includes: