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How do I file my Daily Segregation Reports?

An FCM that holds customer segregated funds, funds received from foreign futures and options customers, and funds received from cleared swaps customers must file daily reports with NFA by noon of the following business day. The FCM must inform NFA's Compliance Department prior to accepting customer funds, and NFA will then set up a web-based reporting system for that FCM.

In addition to filing daily reports, an FCM who holds customer segregated funds, secured amount funds and/or cleared swaps customer collateral must file the Segregated Investment Detail Report (SIDR) on a semi-monthly basis via WinJammerTM. The SIDR must be filed with NFA by 11:59 p.m. on the business day following the 15th and the last business day of each month for information as of the close of the 15th (or the following business day if the 15th falls on a weekend) and the last business day of each month. See the SIDR Statement Due Dates for the list of filing due dates.

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