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Bursa Malaysia Derivatives (BMD)
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)

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As a Trading Participant of Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad and a Clearing Participant of Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Clearing Berhad, the company also offers clearing & settlement services.

Electronic Execution (Direct Market Access)

  • Pioneered DMA in 2008
  • Connects clients globally to BMD markets via CME hubs
  • Offers both direct and indirect connectivity
  • Order Management System KDF TradeActiveᵀᴹ

Voice Execution

  • Several modes of communication i.e. Bloomberg, telephone and e-mail
  • Offer market insights and opinions
  • Provide daily market reports and technical analysis
  • Facilitation of Negotiated Large Trades (NLTs) and Exchange For Related Positions (EFRPs)

Clearing Services

  • Facilitate funds movement and FX conversion in meeting margin requirement
  • Responsive post-trade services including reallocation, give in, give up, and member-to-member transfer
  • Facilitate settlement for physically-settled futures contracts
  • Customised reports
  • Flexible accounts setup
  • Multiple collateral options including
    • 9 major currencies: USD, HKD, GBP, AUD, EURO, JPY, SGD, MYR, RMB
    • Non-cash instruments: Stocks, Malaysian Government Securities, Letters of Credit, Bank Guarantees

Contact Details

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Commodity Derivatives

Commodity derivatives are financial instruments the values of which depend on that of a commodity, such as grains, energy or metals.

Bursa Malaysia Commodity derivative products consist of 2 categories which are agriculture & precious metal.

Equity Derivatives

An equity derivative is a financial instrument where the value of it is based on the equity movements of the underlying asset. The index futures are based on the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (FBM KLCI) whilst the Single Stock Futures contracts is based on selected stocks

Financial Derivatives

Financial derivative products are based on the Malaysian short-term interest rate instruments that are traded in the money market.

The interest rate and bond futures products mainly refer to the underlying 3-month KL Interbank Offered Rate (KLIBOR) that is traded in our underlying money market.

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Today, the CME is the most dynamic, liquid and most active markets for agricultural futures. Agricultural commodities provide an easy avenue to diversify your portfolio.

Some factors affecting the underlying commodity prices includes supply and demand of the underlying assets, weather, international tariffs, international trading agreements, and crop yield reports.


Energy markets fuel many of the world’s economies and impact every nation. Futures contract on crude oil, refined products, natural gas, power, biofuels and coal can help industry participants to manage risks and harness potential of this rapidly changing arena.

Energy markets are volatile because it is easily sparked by geopolitical issues globally. The major factors that affect the market price for this type of commodity are supplies, weather, and seasonal cycle.

Equity Indices

23 hours per day trading gives you great flexibility to seize opportunities. Traders who take a macro view of the equity markets may seek to broaden their exposure by using equity index futures.

The E-minis are a wide range of futures contract that tracks the U.S stock market indices. It is traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) via Globex electronic trading platform.

Interest Rates

Interest rates affect everybody, from consumers on the street, to large financial institutions. The action from the central banks towards its monetary policy, either tightening or easing, will affect the currency value and continue to bring the impact to an assets’ value. Global events are another factor that affects the movements in this market.

For example, the Federal Reserve’s meeting results and announcements, could signal the government’s dovish/hawkish intent. This provides traders insight to long or short across the yield curve.


Metals have been used as a measure of wealth, and a medium of exchange. With time, their universal acceptance made gold and silver a convenient means for financing international trade alongside local currencies. Today, precious metals are still treated as a hedge against inflation. Gold, silver, and platinum are physical commodities and have a wide range of physical and industrial uses.

As metal markets are sometimes volatile and unpredictable, these markets provide flexible and creative trading occasions as well as ways to guard and hedge against larger moves in the stock and commodities sectors.

Contact Details

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