COMEX corporate membership allows member firms to receive preferential fees on their proprietary trading of eligible COMEX products when such proprietary trading activity is conducted in accordance with CME Group Fee Policies.
If you are looking to trade the Precious or Base Metals markets, including Gold and Copper futures and options, a COMEX membership is right for you. To trade specific products at member rates, you must be a corporate member of the Exchange on which they trade.
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Hedge Funds, commodity pools, banks, futures commission merchants, foreign brokers, broker-dealers, commodity trading advisors, introducing brokers, commercial entities, proprietary trading firms, and other corporate entities are eligible for COMEX Rule 106.J. Member Firm status and may receive reduced exchange fee rates on their proprietary trading activity when such activity is conducted in accordance with CME Group Fee Policies.
The member firm is required to own or have assigned to it two COMEX memberships. Shares of CME Group stock are not required.
The trading activity of parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, or customers of the member firm are not eligible for preferential exchange fee rates.
For hedge fund and commodity pool member firms, only the proprietary trading activity of the hedge fund member firm is eligible for preferential exchange fee rates and the rates do not apply to the trading activity of its investment manager, affiliated funds, investors, parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, or customers.
Managed accounts are not eligible for preferential exchange fee rates.
For additional information on trading membership including seat ownership and assignment requirements, refer to rule 106.J. in the COMEX rulebook.
Please complete the appropriate corporate membership application form:
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