Types of Memberships

The Small Exchange® offers two types of memberships: Clearing Membership and Corporate Membership.

Clearing Members

Organizations interested in offering our proprietary markets to their customers or their own trading desks can apply for a Clearing Membership.

Clearing organizations seeking Membership with the Small Exchange must meet the requirements set forth in Chapter 3 of the Exchange Rulebook. Organizations that wish to clear trades for customers must be registered as a futures commission merchant (FCM) with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and be an OCC clearing member.

To become a Member or for additional information, please contact us by email at

Small Exchange Clearing Members

ABN AMRO Clearing Chicago LLC

Contact Information: | 312-604-8000

E D & F Man Capital Markets Inc.

E D & F Man Capital Markets Inc. ("MCM") is a member of the financial services division of E D & F Man Group.  Blending the heritage of E D & F Man with MCM’s Capital Market expertise, its business ethos is built on integrity, client care and careful risk management along with a strong compliance focus.  MCM offers a full suite of Capital Market products including trade processing, execution, clearing, and agency based electronic and voice brokerage services.  MCM is registered as an FCM with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), is a member of the National Futures Association (NFA) and is a clearing member of all major U.S. futures exchanges.  MCM is also registered as a broker-dealer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA).

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Interactive Brokers Group

Interactive Brokers Group affiliates provide automated trade execution and custody of securities, commodities and foreign exchange around the clock on over 135 markets. We service individual investors, hedge funds, proprietary trading groups, financial advisors and introducing brokers and have clients in over 200 countries and territories.

Contact Information: | Mike Brady, Institutional Sales,

Phillip Capital Inc.

Phillip Capital Inc. ("PhillipCapital") is a Futures Commission Merchant and Broker Dealer that is part of the PhillipCapital Group, based in Singapore since 1975. Formed in 2010 as a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM), we have exchange memberships on the Small Exchange, CME, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX, ICE Futures US, CFE, ICE Futures EU and DME. In addition, we provide access to all the major Asian exchanges and global exchanges through the PhillipCapital network of companies. We are based in Chicago, IL and located at the historic Chicago Board of Trade building.

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StoneX Financial Inc.

StoneX Financial Inc. As one of the world's largest non-bank Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs), StoneX Financial Inc. connects clients to nearly 40 commodity futures exchange globally - serving professional traders, proprietary trading groups, institutional traders, introducing brokers, CPOs/CTAs, high-net-worth individuals and family offices.

Contact Information:

Vincent Angelico – Head of Clearing and Execution Services

Wedbush Futures

Wedbush Futures is a leading FCM empowering professional, institutional, and independent traders with specialized clearing, execution, and risk management solutions. As one of the largest non-bank FCMs in the nation, exempt from the restrictions of Basel III, our clients can enjoy greater leverage and stability. Wedbush offers a robust suite of risk tools and trading technology, and we take pride in a disciplined focus on the needs of our clients.

Contact Information:

Michael O'Callaghan – Managing Director

Corporate Members

Non-clearing organizations that wish to become Market Makers, offer our markets to their customers, or offer our markets to their own trading desks can apply for a Corporate Membership.

Non-clearing organizations seeking Membership with the Small Exchange must meet the requirements set forth in Chapter 3 of the Exchange Rulebook. 

To become a Member or for more information, please contact us by email at  

Small Exchange Corporate Members

GAIN Capital

GAIN Capital is a global provider of trading services and solutions, specializing in over-the-counter and exchange-traded markets.  Gain Capital services retail and institutional customers worldwide and offers its customers access to a diverse range of financial products, including foreign exchange, or forex, precious metals, as well as futures and options on futures on more than 30 global exchanges.  GAIN Capital’s customers can trade through web-based, downloadable and mobile trading platforms and have access to innovative trading tools to assist them with research and analysis, automated trading and account management.

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tastytrade, Inc.

tastytrade, Inc. is an online broker who works for you, the trader. tastytrade believes controlling your own money can be more rewarding than relying on money managers or robo-advisors who put your portfolio on autopilot. That’s why tastytrade gives you every edge possible with the technology, rates, and support to help you succeed more easily on your own.

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Tickmill is an award-winning, global multi-asset broker offering Futures, Options and CFDs on FX, Stock Indices, Metals, Bonds and Oil with industry-leading trading conditions. Operating within a dynamic and constantly evolving technological landscape, Tickmill empowers traders all over the world to access a wealth of new possibilities in financial markets.

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Tradeview Markets Ltd.

Established in 2004, Tradeview Markets is a Cayman Islands regulated Broker-Dealer, proudly serving non-U.S. Retail, Professional, and Institutional Investors. Tradeview’s trading platform offers its customers DMA to over 360+ Listed Futures and Options contacts, giving clients access to a full suite of Commodity Futures & Options at competitive rates. Trade Futures? Try Tradeview Markets.

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Market Maker

Organizations wanting to make markets for the Small Exchange must meet the requirements set forth in Chapter 3 of the Exchange Rulebook.  Market Makers must become a Clearing or Corporate Member and will be required to maintain two-sided quotes using displayed limit orders for an Exchange-specified portion of the day. 

If you are interested in participating as a Small Exchange Market Maker, please email for details.