Forex Dealer Members (FDM)
A forex dealer member (FDM) is an entity that acts, or offers to act, as a counterparty to an off-exchange foreign currency transaction with a person who is not an eligible contract participant and the transaction is either:
- a futures contract, an option on a futures contract or an option contract (except options traded on a securities exchange); or
- offered or entered into, on a leveraged or margined basis, or financed by the offeror, counterparty or person acting in concert with the offeror or counterparty on a similar basis.
To register as an FDM, visit the RFED/FDM registration page.
FDM Member NoticesView Notices for FDM Members
FDM Education and TrainingSee Resources for FDM Members
Arbitration ServicesView Services for Arbitration
View FDM Regulatory Obligations
Electronic Filing Systems
Access NFA's Electronic Filing Systems
View FDM Filing Requirements
View Information on FDM Examinations
Member arbitration is designed for disputes between and among NFA Members and Associates. If you are an NFA Member and your dispute involves another NFA Member, consider NFA Member arbitration.