The United States National Futures Association (NFA) License
Desfran provides a turnkey solution for financial licensing. To facilitate your process of applying for a United States National Futures Association (NFA) license, we will:
- Promote your application to the United States regulators
- Assist with answering questions regarding the application process and requirements
- Draft and review application documents and questionnaires
- Follow up with the application and ensure the submission of additional information required by the related departments in the United States
Commodity Pool Operator (CPO)
An individual or organization that operates a commodity pool and solicits funds for that commodity pool.
Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA)
An individual or organization that, for compensation or profit, advises others, directly or indirectly, as to the value of or the advisability of trading futures contracts, options on futures, retail off-exchange forex contracts or swaps.
Futures Commission Merchant (FCM)
An entity that solicits or accepts orders to buy or sell futures contracts, options on futures, retail off-exchange forex contracts or swaps, and accepts money or other assets from customers to support such orders.
Introducing Broker (IB)An individual or organization that solicits or accepts orders to buy or sell futures contracts, forex, commodity options, or swaps but does not accept money or other assets from customers to support these orders.
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Desfran shall seek to understand your business activities and goals to assist with your business plan drafting that best encompasses this whilst still being compliant with the prevailing regulations. Desfran shall also advise on the possible questions that might be posed by the regulator.
Due Diligence is necessary to formally verify the identity of all clients of the firm. The following documents are required to conduct due diligence for the license application:
The National Futures Association (NFA) is the self-regulatory organization (SRO) for the U.S. derivatives industry, including on-exchange traded futures, retail off-exchange foreign currency (forex) and OTC derivatives (swaps). NFA is headquartered in Chicago and maintains an office in New York City. NFA is a non-profit, independent regulatory organization. NFA does not operate any markets and is not a trade association. NFA is financed from membership dues and assessment fees, and membership is mandatory for many market participants.
Desfran assists with the complete licensing application. Contact us to find out more about the United States company registration and forex license application. Our team of experts will get back to within the next business day.