Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)

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The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, an independent regulatory agency under the direction of the Senate Agricultural Committee, regulates trading on the 11 U.S. futures exchanges which offer active futures and options contracts. It reviews the terms of proposed futures contracts, and registers companies and individuals that handle customer funds or give trading advice. The commission regulates the activities of commodity exchange members, public brokerage houses (futures commission merchants), commission-registered futures sales people and associated persons, and commodity trading advisers and commodity pool operators. The commission ensures that the futures trading process is fair and that it protect both the rights of customers and the financial integrity of the marketplace.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission


Three Lafayette Centre

1155 21st Street, NW

Washington, DC 20581

(866) FON-CFTC (366-2382)

(202) 418-5000 Main number

(202) 418-5521 Fax

(202) 418-5514 TTY Email

Report suspicious activities or information to the CFTC at: (866) 366-2382


Central Region

525 West Monroe Street, Suite 1100

Chicago, IL 60661

(312) 596-0700

(312) 596-0716 Fax

(312) 596-0565 TTY

Southwestern Region

4900 Main Street, Suite 500

Kansas City, MO 64112

(816) 960-7700

(816) 960-7750 Fax

(816) 960-7704 TTY

Eastern Region

140 Broadway

New York, NY 10005

(646) 746-9700

(646) 746-9938 Fax

(646) 746-9820 TTY

Complaint jurisdiction:

Suspected fraud or misrepresentation, unauthorized trading, excessive trading of a customer's account, misappro- priation of funds, misconduct by a broker in executing a trade, or other violations of the Commodity Exchange Act.

The National Futures Association enforces standards of professional conduct and financial responsibility by investigating complaints against individuals and companies subject to CFTC regulation. Licenses all entities performing commodity futures trading.

National Futures Association

300S. Riverside Plaza,#1800

Chicago, Illinois 60606-6615

(312) 781-1300

(800) 621-3570

(312) 781-1410 Information Center

(800) 572-9400 (in Illinois)

(312) 781-1467 Fax

New York Office

120 Broadway, Suite 1125

New York, NY 10271

(212) 608-8660

(212) 964-3913 Fax

See Also: Brokers (Financial)