ADM Derivatives (ADMD) provides foreign exchange clearing and execution services to institutional clients through multiple platform and API solutions. ADMD is a self-clearing institution with broad access to a majority of global money center banks, and is CLS capable. The size and financial strength of ADM supports our mission statement: to provide our clients with cutting edge technology, fast execution, high level customer service and safety of funds.
ADM Derivatives is a division of ADM Investor Services, Inc. ADM Derivatives is located within the offices of ADM Investor Services in the Chicago Board of Trade. ADM Investor Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company, is a Chicago based full-service futures clearing firm with affiliates in 250 locations throughout the United States and Asia.
For more than a century, ADM has transformed crops into products that serve vital needs. Today, 30,000 ADM employees around the globe convert oilseeds, corn, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses. With more than 265 processing plants, 400 crop procurement facilities, and the world's premier crop transportation network, ADM helps connect the harvest to the home in more than 160 countries. ADM’s global headquarters is in Decatur, Illinois, and their net sales for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2011, were $81 billion. For more information about ADM and their products, visit www.adm.com.
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The risk of loss in trading FOREX can be substantial. Each investor must carefully consider whether this type of investment is appropriate for them. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.