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Who must oversee security futures sales activity at an FCM or IB?

All FCMs and IBs who are notice-registered as broker-dealers must have one or more designated security futures principals (DSFPs) to oversee security futures activities at their firms. Branch office managers and current supervisors can qualify to become DSFPs through training. DSFPs must complete the supervision section of the security futures training program in addition to the other required sections.

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