CTI (Customer Type Indicator) Codes

What is CTI (Customer Type Indicator) Codes?

CTI (Customer Type Indicator) Codes meaning These consist of four identifiers that describe transactions by the type of customer for which a trade is effected. The four codes are: (1) trading by a person who holds trading privileges for his or her own account or an account for which the person has discretion; (2) trading for a clearing member’s proprietary account; (3) trading for another person who holds trading privileges who is currently present on the trading floor or for an account controlled by such other person; and (4) trading for any other type of customer. Transaction data classified by the above codes is included in the trade register report produced by a clearing organization.

 

reference: U.S. COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION – CFTC Glossary

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