Phillip Capital Inc.

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Phillip Capital Inc.
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Founded 2010
Headquarters Singapore, with affiliates in 16 countries
Key People Lynette May-Tjuen Lim, Director & Co-CEO; Cameron Frazier, Director & Co-CEO
Website http://www.phillipcapital.com/

Phillip Capital Inc. (“PhillipCapital”) is a Chicago-based futures commission merchant (FCM) and broker dealer that is part of the PhillipCapital Group of companies, based in Singapore since 1975. Formed in 2010 as a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM), the firm has exchange memberships on the CME, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX, ICE Futures US, CFE, NFX, ICE Futures Europe and DME. In addition, it provides access to the major Asian and international exchanges through the PhillipCapital network of companies.

The PhillipCapital Group of companies spans 16 countries and offers a suite of financial services including futures, foreign exchange, equities, fixed income, bonds, unit trusts, real estate, and insurance. With shareholder's equity greater than $1 billion and global assets under custody/management greater than $30 Billion, the group has been profitable each year since its founding. The group is also privately held with no long-term debt.

The PhillipCapital Group employs more than 3,500 people worldwide, with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, France, Australia, UAE, Turkey and Dubai.

The firm was listed among the Top 50 Brokers in Futures Magazine, ranking #34 in 2012.[1]

History

Phillip Capital Inc. was incorporated in April 2010 as Phillip Futures Inc. and later changed its name on August 22, 2014 to reflect a growing and broadening business.

In 2015, Phillip Capital became a member of DTCC and was approved by FINRA to become a broker dealer.[2] Phillip Capital has its own proprietary back office processing software which enables the company to offer facilities management to other FCMs. The company is located at the historic Chicago Board of Trade building.

Products and Services

In December 2012, Phillip Capital Inc. began offering Trading Technologies's high-speed derivatives execution solutions to its customers in the U.S.

In December of 2012, CQG and Phillip Capital partnered to provide CQG's trading front-end platforms to Asia-Pac traders, enabling Phillip's clients to use CQG's Integrated Client platform for order execution, market data and technical analysis and to route orders to exchanges worldwide.[3]

Key People

References

  1. Top 50 Brokers of 2012: The good, bad and ugly of a post-MF Global world. Futures Magazine.
  2. PhillipCapital. FINRA.
  3. Press Release. CQG.