Futures Accounts: The total amount of customer funds in futures accounts at US FCMs reached $336.4 billion in July, down 7.4% over the last 12 months. The number of FCMs holding customer funds in futures accounts was recorded at 46 in July, down from 47 a year ago and down from 54 five years ago.
Swaps Accounts: Customer funds held in cleared swaps accounts at US FCMs reached $159.7 billion in the month of July. July’s level was down 1.5% from June 2023’s record breaking total but up 5% from July 2022. The number of FCMs holding customer funds in cleared swaps accounts was recorded at 12 in July, down from 13 a year ago, with Credit Suisse Securities dropping out.
FCM Ranking: JP Morgan Securities was the FCM with the most customer funds in July, with a total of $69.3 billion across swaps, futures and Part 30 accounts. Looking at just the 15 largest FCMs, Barclays Capital was the FCM with the largest percentage increase in customer funds compared to a year ago, with a growth of 15.6% to $33.3 billion.
Access the FIA FCM TrackerTM to view interactive visualizations covering monthly data reported to the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission on customer funds held at US futures commission merchants.
- FIA Data