Introducing Broker (IB) Members
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.
IB Member NoticesView Notices for IB Members
IB Education and TrainingSee Resources for IB Members
NFA RulebookRead Rulebook
View IB Regulatory Obligations
Electronic Filing Systems
Access NFA's Electronic Filing Systems
View Guaranteed and Independent IB Requirements
View Information on IB 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.