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Clearstream is a post-trade services provider owned by Deutsche Börse AG. It provides settlement and custody as well as other related services for securities across all asset classes. It is one of two European International Central Securities Depositories (Euroclear being the other). Clearstream operates securities settlement systems based in both Luxembourg and Germany, which allow for the holding and transfer of securities. It is also a joint partner in the Luxembourgish Central Securities Depository (CSD), LuxCSD, together with the Central Bank of Luxembourg. Clearstream has therefore been described as a "bank for banks"("Plumbers and Visionaries, a history of settlement and custody in Europe", Peter Norman). Clearstream was founded as "Cedel"(Centrale de Livraison de Valeurs Mobilières) in September 1970 by 66 of the world's major financial institutions as a clearing organisation whose objective was to minimise risk in the settlement of cross-border securities trading, particularly in the growing Eurobond market. As the operator of securities settlement systems in both Luxembourg and Germany, Clearstream is additionally regulated by the central banks of these two countries, namely the Banque centrale du Luxembourg and the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Clearstream Website Summary:
Welcome to the documentation for the Clearstream API. You can use our API to integrate third-party tools and applications with your Clearstream account. If you have a specific language that you would like to see included, please get in touch. [...] All requests return properly-formatted JSON. All API endpoints begin with: https://api.getclearstream.com/v1/# With curl, you can pass your API key as a header: curl "https://api.getclearstream.com/v1/account" Clearstream uses API keys in order to grant access to the API. You can register an API key from inside your account. [...] Your API key must be included in all API requests to the server in a header that looks like the following: If a request returns an HTTP status code of 200, you can assume the request was properly received and processed.
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