ADM Investor Services is a firm built on financial stability.  As of December 2015 our equity capital base is $319 million which enables us to withstand marketplace fluctuations with ease. 

Known for our financial strength and integrity, we have been a leader in the futures brokerage industry for 50 years, ADMIS is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Archer Daniels Midland Company.

ADMIS Statement of Financial Condition


the most recent ADMIS Consolidated Statement of Financial Condition

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ADM Annual Report


the most recent ADM Annual Report

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Monthly financials (as of February 28, 2017)

Net Capital $328,580,276
Adjusted Net Capital $308,839,050
Excess Net Capital $104,617,272
Download February 2017 unaudited Report (posted on 03/17/17)

Customer Segregated Funds Report

Total Held in Segregation $4,834,742,420
Total Funds Required to be Segregated $4,618,515,039
Excess Segregated Funds $216,227,381
Download March 24 2017 Report

Customer Secured Amount Funds Report

Total funds in separate section 30.7 accounts $443,118,974
Amount required to be set aside as the secured amount $386,716,658
Excess Secured Funds $56,402,316
Download March 24 2017 Report

Cleared Swaps Customer Collateral Report

Cleared Swaps Customer Collateral Value Held in Segregation $11,878,681
Cleared Swaps Customer Collateral Value Required to be Segregated $2,436,332
Excess Cleared Swaps Customer Collateral Value $9,442,349
Download March 24 2017 Report

Financial information regarding FCMs, including how the FCMs invest and hold customer funds, may be obtained from the National Futures Association (“NFA”). FCMs are required to file regular reports with NFA that disclose specific financial information about the firm. NFA's BASIC system provides summary reports of this information designed to provide greater transparency for investors. The FCM Financial Information reports can be accessed by conducting a search for a specific FCM in BASIC. Users can then click on "View Financial Information" on the firm's BASIC Details page.

Additional financial information on all FCMs is available from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”). FCMs must file monthly financial reports with the CFTC's Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight within 17 business days after the end of the month. Selected financial information from these reports is published on the CFTC website. The most recent month-end information generally is added within 12 business days after FCMs file their reports, but occasionally may be added later.