NYSE Chicago is an ideal venue for hedge funds, options market markers, quantitative traders, professional traders, and active individual traders that require immediate and automated execution, in addition to serving the needs of traditional broker-dealer clients and the individual investors they represent.
Apply for Membership to any, or all, of our five Exchanges, across equities and options, by completing one form.
NYSE Membership Application
To be completed by an Applicant seeking Membership to any NYSE Exchange or if the Applicant is seeking to add a new type of business on an NYSE Exchange.
Master User Agreement
User Agreement to be completed by all Member Firms and NYSE Entities.
NYSE Authorized Trader Form
To be completed by all Member Firms connecting to the NYSE Pillar platform to identify personnel authorized to conduct business with the NYSE Trading Operations Desk.
Equities Clearing Letter of Consent
Agreement to be completed between a Member and a Clearing Member wishing to establish a new clearing relationship on any Equities Exchange.
Application for Individual Registration and Non-Registered Associated
Person (NRF) Designation
To be completed by Individuals seeking Exchange approval as a Clerk, Floor Broker, Floor Employee, Institutional Broker, Market Maker, Nominee or Voting Designee on any NYSE Exchange.
NYSE Chicago IB Give-Up Authorization*
(*This form is for Institutional Broker firms only)
Membership Fees can be found in our Price List: NYSE Chicago Trading Fees
A Participant Firm that acts as a broker in effecting transactions on the Exchange and in other market centers.
A Participant Firm, not an individual participant, may seek registration as an Institutional Broker. An Institutional Broker Representative ("IBR") is an individual person affiliated with an Institutional Broker who is authorized to accept orders, enter bids and offers and execute transactions on behalf of an Institutional Broker and who has registered with the Exchange as an IBR.