FEX Global is in a pre-launch phase. The purpose of FEX Global is to operate a fully licenced electronic derivatives exchange venue located in the Asia-Pacific region providing efficient cleared markets in a diverse range of futures and option contracts. The FEX Global Operating Rules recognise two participation categories, Trading Participants and Clearing Entities.
Information in this section is relevant to entities wanting to become participants of the FEX Global Market. If you wish to transact in products quoted on the FEX Global Market, please contact a FEX Global Trading Participant.
For further information on Exchange membership and types of participation please access the information on this website or contact the FEX Global Participant On-Boarding team on +61 2 8024 5200.
The FEX Global Operating Rules recognise two participation categories, Trading Participants and Clearing Entities.
An organisation can apply to be:
An organisation can apply to be either:
Each applicant for Trading Participant status to the FEX Global market must demonstrate that they have established or are establishing clearing and settlement arrangements with a Clearing Entity recognised by both FEX Global and Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (“CME”) before their Trading Participant status will be enabled.
Where a Trading Participant wishes to be recognised by FEX Global as a market maker, a separate and additional arrangement to a Principal Trader agreement will need to be completed. This arrangement may be undertaken in parallel with a participant’s application to be a Principal Trader.
CME provides the FEX Global Market with Clearing & Settlement arrangements for its market.
Any entity applying to be a Clearing Entity on the FEX Global Market will need to establish membership with CME directly. A Clearing Entity will also need to ensure that the general clearing membership granted by CME is extended to specifically include the FEX Global Market.
In addition, a clearing organisation will need to apply to FEX Global to be recognised as a Clearing Entity under the FEX Global Operating Rules.
A Clearing Entity will need to demonstrate a contractual arrangement with a Trading Participant for configuration purposes prior to the commencement of trading.