Customer Funds: Interactive View
All categories of segregated funds across futures, swaps and retail foreign exchange accounts at FCMs in the US.
This dashboard can be used to display all categories of segregated funds across futures, swaps and retail foreign exchange accounts. To filter the data, use the "Fund Type" and "Month Year Range" filters at the top of the dashboard.
Average Customer Funds by Country
Average Customer Funds by Region
Average Customer Funds by Institution
The bars in the central display represent the amount of funds in each type of account, measured by the left axis. The lines represent the number of FCMs holding funds in that type of account, measured by the right axis. Each type of account holds two types of funds. Required amounts represent the funds that FCMs are required to segregate. Excess amounts consist of funds above the required amounts and include residual interest.
The region and country filters in the lower section of the dashboard are based on the location of each FCM's parent company. The institution filter indicates whether the FCM is part of a banking organization or not.
Note: The CFTC began releasing data on segregated funds held in swap accounts in January 2014. Data on excess funds in Section 4d and Part 30 futures accounts were added in December 2011.
This HowTo video demonstrates how this dashboard can be used to filter and display all categories of segregated funds across futures, swaps and retail foreign exchange accounts.
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