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NFA Compliance Rule 2-30(b):
Disclosure Statement for Security Futures Products
NFA Compliance Rule 2-30(b) requires Members and Associates who are not members of NASD to provide a disclosure statement for security futures products to a customer at or before the time the Member approves the account to trade security futures products. NFA Compliance Rule 2-30(j)(1) requires these Members and Associates to make a record of when the disclosure statement was provided, and Compliance Rule 2-29(j)(12) prohibits Members who are registered as brokers and dealers in security futures products under Section 15(b)(11) of the Securities Exchange Act from including anything other than basic information in promotional material unless the promotional material is preceded or accompanied by the disclosure statement. The disclosure statement for security futures products referred to in these Rules is a uniform statement that has been jointly developed by NFA, NASD, and a number of securities and futures exchanges.
The uniform disclosure statement, which is titled "Disclosure Statement for Security Futures," can be downloaded from NFA's web site at www.nfa.futures.org. Copies are also available by calling NFA's Information Center at 800-621-3570.
Members must be able to demonstrate to NFA, during an audit, that they provided the disclosure statement as required. Members are not, however, required to obtain a written acknowledgment from the customer regarding the disclosure statement.