Futures Accounts: Customers continued to hold a very large amount of funds in futures accounts at US FCMs in June. The total amount of customer funds in futures accounts at US FCMs reached $357.7 billion in June, up 19.4% over the last 12 months. The number of FCMs holding customer funds in futures accounts was recorded at 47 in June, down from 51 a year ago and down from 55 five years ago.
Swaps Accounts: Customer funds held in cleared swaps accounts at US FCMs reached $150.4 billion in the month of June. June’s level was down 1.5% from the previous month but up 5.9% from June 2021. The number of FCMs holding customer funds in cleared swaps accounts was recorded at 13 in June, down from 15 a year ago, with the withdrawal of Mizuho Securities and Macquarie Futures USA.
FCM Ranking: JP Morgan Securities was the FCM with the most customer funds in June, with a total of $76.5 billion across swaps, futures and Part 30 accounts. Looking at just the 15 largest FCMs, BNP Paribas Securities was the FCM with the largest percentage increase in customer funds compared to a year ago, with a growth of 93.8% to $11.7 billion. Outside the top 15, Credit Suisse Securities has continued to exhibit a significant decline with a 83.8% year-over-year drop to $2.91 billion in customer funds.
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.