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An introducing broker (IB) is 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. IBs must carry all forex and futures accounts, including customer, proprietary and foreign futures, with a futures commission merchant (FCM) or retail foreign exchange dealer (RFED) on a fully disclosed basis.

To register as an IB, visit the IB registration page.

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Requirements

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Examinations

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