Security futures products (SFPs) are futures whose underlying instrument is either a single security or a narrow-based security index. The Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 authorized futures contracts on single securities and narrow-based indices (security futures products). SFPs are unique in that unlike other futures contracts, SFPs are considered both a futures and securities contract and are regulated as such.
The table below contains links to information and other useful resources SFPs and the rules that govern firms that engage in SFP trading for their customers.
NFA Members can file many of their required documents electronically.