Overview of CDCC

  • CDCC began their work in 2013 – they previously performed demolition work for the city of Jacksonville and after demolishing thousands of once-affordable homes, knew they wanted to be a part of rehabbing and returning these much-needed homes to those in the community who desperately desire the opportunity to purchase a decent, affordable home.
  • The CDCC is monitored by the CDCC Certification Committee – a steering committee of 11 individuals who represent several areas of neuromuscular subspecialty care, parents, industry and PPMD – review each application and site visit summary, and make suggestions/recommendations regarding certification.
  • CDCC meets these needs by integrating substance use disorder treatment, medication assisted treatment, medical treatment, and psychiatric treatment as well as , providing wraparound case management to connect clients to the supportive services that address their myriad needs in health and housing.
  • CDCC has developed a default process, which is set forth in Appendix 1 « Default Manual » of CDCC's Operations Manual, to ensure that efficient mechanisms and processes are in place and are capable of limiting the adverse impacts of such an event.
  • CDCC acts as a voice to the government representing the university’s career practitioners and a unifying body to enhance the professional development, skills and competencies among Career Development Practitioners in Malaysian IHLs.
  • CDCC therapists meet/exceed the requirements set forth by the Florida Board:  Mental Health Counselors are required to have obtained at least a Master's Degree in the field of psychology, mental health or related field.
  • CDCC requires that every Clearing Member deposit into an account with the Corporation an initial margin to cover the performance of positions held, therefore reducing the risk of a defaulting Clearing Member.
  • CDCC has set up daily capital margin monitoring process to evaluate the credit risk of its Clearing Members (excluding LCMs) that can result in CDCC asking for Additional Capital Margin.
  • CDCC strives to ignite creative exploration and rich presentation opportunities, offering a unique event experience in a historical Ottawa heritage venue.
  • CDCC aims to support a safe and gradual return of live events as permitted – and encourages everyone to take good care to help us all stay safe!
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    Daily tracking of a Clearing Member's margin and capital enable CDCC to determine whether a Clearing Member is in a precarious financial position.


    How has BRC changed the city’s shelter system?

    BRC pioneered development of the “Safe Haven” program — a safer, more supportive, lower-stress alternative to traditional shelters.

    How has BRC changed the city’s shelter system?

    BRC pioneered development of the “Safe Haven” program — a safer, more supportive, lower-stress alternative to traditional shelters.

    What Is the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC)?

    The Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC) is the central clearing counterparty for exchange-traded derivative products, such as options and futures, in Canada. The CDCC also acts as the clearinghouse for a growing range of over-the-counter (OTC) financial instruments including fixed income and foreign exchange securities.CDCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Montreal Exchange and operates as a subsidiary of Bourse de Montreal, Inc.

    What is the value of being an Ambassador?

    For more information, contact Membership Services at 302-734-7513 or

    Who Are Ambassadors?

    Our Ambassadors are the official representatives of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce.They are critical in providing mentoring to new members, serve as a liaison for current members, and promote growth of the Chamber.

    Why become a Member?


    History of CDCC

  • In 1997, CDCC decided to upgrade its margining system and began using the Standard Portfolio Analysis of Risk (SPAN), which was created by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
  • In 2012, CDCC started to see an increasing number of clients we were unable to serve due to complex medical needs.