commodity brokerage firm

Futures Commission Merchant

A broker or brokerage on a futures exchange. A futures commission merchant receives and executes orders on behalf of clients and extends credit for margin transactions. It is also called a commodity broker.

commodity brokerage firm

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4 March 2015 - US-based broker RCM Alternatives has entered into an agreement to join forces with US-based commodity brokerage firm and commodity pool operator Attain Capital Management, the company said.
Rafarma Pharmaceuticals, a Russia-based pharmaceutical company, has signed a production agreement with Advance Trading, a non-proprietary commodity brokerage firm that provides risk management and market guidance.
This time the tenant is Poten & Partners, the global shipping and commodity brokerage firm, which has leased 30,000 square feet comprising the building's entire 19th floor and a portion of the 18th floor.
Strickland discloses a new direction for 141 Capital with the Company's intention to become an electronic commodity brokerage firm catering to individuals who trade in their own accounts.
com)-- Carpenter Sales, an Alabama-based commodity brokerage firm, recruits global EDI leader B2BGateway to transmit documents such as invoices and purchase orders with major vendors.
is a commodity brokerage firm specializing in options and futures spreads.
com)-- Weissmuller and Sons, a leading global commodity brokerage firm with international offices in selected key cities worldwide, has recently named two exceptional talents in the industry to lead the firm's newly created environmental and energy brokerage business service groups.
Deleon left Madley Capital Management back in 2009 to provide consultancy work for a number of commodity brokerage firms based in East Asia and the Middle East.
Paxton worked as Chief Operation Officer in one of the most recognized commodity brokerage firms in United States.
Henry and Co, providing services to commodity brokerage firms.
FCStone was formed when Farmers Commodities Cooperation and Saul Stone and Company merged operations on July 1, 2000, to form one of the nation's largest volume commercial commodity brokerage firms.
s Midtown New York office, has completed two significant transactions on behalf of leading commodity brokerage firms.