NANHUA USA FUTURES LLC
Nanhua USA Futures LLC was established in August 2013. Headquartered in Chicago, Nanhua USA Futures LLC is the first Chinese capital funded non-bank FCM in the United States.
Nanhua USA Futures LLC is a member of National Futures Association (No. 0466494) and is registered as a Futures Commission Merchant with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Nanhua USA Futures LLC is currently an active clearing member of the CME Group and is the first Chinese owned non-bank futures brokerage firm to have such qualification.
Nanhua USA Futures LLC has a solid Chinese background. Its ultimate parent company, Nanhua Futures Co., Ltd., is a top-tier Chinese futures broker with more than 30 branches in China and subsidiaries located in Asia, America, and Europe, providing comprehensive services to global investors.
Nanhua USA Futures LLC takes advantage of its pioneering position in US derivatives market to help develop the futures markets in China and the U.S., and to build a bridge to facilitate investments between China and the U.S. financial markets.
NANHUA USA INVESTMENT LLC
Nanhua USA Investment LLC (“Nanhua USA Investment”) provides managed futures trading and commodity pools operation services to global individual and institutional investors. Our company is a member of the National Futures Association (No. 0496874) and is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a CTA and CPO.
The managed futures trading and commodity pools operation services offer exposure to various futures and options strategies. These strategies target potential returns with little correlation with traditional asset classes and investments. We believe asset allocation and multiple strategies are the key elements to succeed for investors seeking portfolio diversification and risk management.
With our thorough understanding of the U.S. futures industry, Nanhua USA Investment actively conducts investment analysis to bring the best strategies to our clients.
Fund Raising and Service
CTA/CPO Due diligence