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Contracts traded (futures)
429452259
Contracts traded (options)
80301286
AustraliaAustralian Securities Exchange
TurkeyBorsa İstanbul
MalaysiaBursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad
United States of AmericaCboe Global Markets, Inc.
United States of AmericaICE – Intercontinental Exchange
ArgentinaMatba-Rofex
MexicoMexDer, Mexican Derivatives Exchange
New ZealandNZX Derivatives Exchange
SingaporeSingapore Exchange – SGX

CME Group

Name CME Group
Country United States of America
SSE Derivative Network member Yes
Number of contracts traded for the most recent reporting year 509753545
Contracts traded (futures) 429452259
Contracts traded (options) 80301286
SSE Stock Exchange Database Yes
Type of offered products
  • Equity Futures and Options
  • Interest Rate Futures and Options 
  • Currency Futures and Options 
  • Agricultural Options and Futures
  • Energy Futures and Options
  • Metals Futures and Options
Has an annual sustainability report? Yes

CME –  Sustainability Report    

Is sustainability reporting required of any market participants No
Exchange has written guidance on sustainability reporting for any market participants No
Offers sustainability-aligned products Yes

To learn more about CME sustainability aligned products, visit www.cmegroup.com/esg

Offers sustainability-related training No
Additional information
Regulatory model
Regulatory bodies

Regulatory model: Strong exchange SRO

  • Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is primary regulator for our listed futures and options businesses
About the exchange

CME was founded in 1898 as a not-for-profit corporation. It established CME Clearing in 1919, which is operated by CME. CME demutualized in 2000, and in 2002 its parent company, CME Group, completed an initial public offering of its Class A common stock (Nasdaq: CME). CME Group subsequently acquired CBOT Holdings, Inc. in 2007, NYMEX Holdings, Inc. (NYMEX and COMEX) in 2008, the Kansas City Board of Trade in 2012 and NEX Group plc (NEX) in 2018. The combination with NEX expanded our global customer base and product offerings through the complementary combination of CME Group’s exchange-traded derivative products and NEX’s cash and OTC products. It also created a leading, client-centric, global markets company, generating capital efficiencies across futures, cash and OTC products for market participants seeking to lower their cost of trading and better manage risk. Our principal executive offices are located at 20 South Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606, our telephone number is 312-930-1000 and our website is cmegroup.com. DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS CME Group provides market participants worldwide the ability to efficiently manage risk across multiple asset classes, by trading futures, options, cash and over-the-counter (OTC) products. CME Group exchanges offer the widest range of global benchmark products across interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange (FX), agricultural commodities, energy and metals. We also offer cash and repo fixed income trading via BrokerTec, and cash and OTC FX trading via EBS.  In addition, we operate one of the world’s leading central counterparty clearing providers, CME Clearing, operated by CME.

  • CME’s product slate includes agricultural, equities, FX and interest rate products, including Eurodollar futures and options, Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) futures and options, livestock and cash-settled contracts based on the S&P 500, including the E-mini S&P 500 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) contract, Micro E-mini Equity Index contracts, Nasdaq-100, FTSE Russell and Bitcoin Reference Rate.
  • CBOT’s product slate consists of agricultural, equities and interest rate products, including contracts for United States (U.S.) Treasury futures, soybean, corn, wheat and contracts based on the Dow Jones Industrial Index.
  • NYMEX’s product slate consists of energy and metals products, including contracts for crude oil, natural gas, heating oil and gasoline.
  • COMEX’s product slate consists of metals products, including contracts for gold, silver, copper and other base metals.