To be a member of ICE Futures U.S., a person must complete an application form(s), undergo a due diligence review and execute an agreement which includes, among other things, a statement that the applicant agrees to adhere to and be bound by all ICE Futures U.S. rules.
Energy Members are individuals who have satisfied certain membership requirements. The holder of an Energy Membership will be entitled to trade all futures and options contracts listed on the Exchange, including the softs, grains and financials.
ENERGY MEMBER FIRM
An Energy Member Firm is a business entity to which Energy Membership privileges have been conferred by an Energy Member, and application for both individual Energy Member and Energy Member Firm status may be filed together for joint processing by the Exchange.
Trading Members are individuals who have satisfied certain membership requirements and may trade all of the Commodity Contracts listed for trading at ICE Futures U.S.
A Member Firm is a corporate entity to which membership privileges have been conferred by a Trading Member who is an officer, partner, director or executive employee of the firm and who exercises authority over the affairs of the firm's activities at ICE Futures U.S.
Permit Holders are individuals who have been granted the right to trade one or more specified Commodity Contracts listed for trading at ICE Futures U.S. Permit Holders may not lease their Trading Permit.
Floor trading privileges may be granted to those ICE Futures U.S. members who are registered with the National Futures Association (NFA) as a floor broker or floor trader and satisfy experience and other regulatory criteria.