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Trade Policies & Procedures

See the most recent designated settlement periods, futures unofficial settlement duration and volume thresholds for ICE Futures Singapore contracts.

This list includes the reasonability limits, no cancellation ranges (NCR) and calendar spread stop limit order levels for futures and options contracts traded through this market.

IPL functionality acts as a temporary circuit breaker feature on the electronic platform to diminish the likelihood and extent of short-term price spikes or aberrant market moves.

This document contains a summary overview of the position reporting thresholds for each ICE Futures Singapore contract. These positions should be included in each reporting firm’s daily Large Trader reporting (“LGTR”) file.

See details on the position limits and / or expiry limits imposed unilaterally by ICE Futures Singapore. Specific position and expiry limits are given for individual contracts.

The attached document contains an overview of the permitted use of EFRP and the factors to be considered when bringing bilateral positions on-exchange.

This policy articulates guidance related to preventing execution of trades at unrepresentative prices as well as any policies and procedures for the price adjustment or cancellation of trades.

Block Trade Guidance
Get the facts about block trades including things like eligible contracts, minimum threshold quantities, trading hours, and reporting and execution procedures.

This document contains Frequently-Asked Questions on open interest.

Members must ensure that they manage positions promptly and with due care and diligence, whilst complying with exchange rules at all times. This document is our guidance on position transfers and contains a position transfer request form.

Self-Trade Prevention Functionality Policy
The ICE platform has functionality called self-trade prevention functionality (STPF) that can assist participants in preventing violations of wash trading prohibitions. See how it works.

New Self-Trade Prevention Functionality Policy

Self-Trade Prevention Functionality Policy FAQs
Get answers to the top questions we hear about self-trade prevention including how our prevention functionality works and how it can be set up in your account.

New Self-Trade Prevention Functionality Policy FAQs

Information regarding the requirements for unique trader identification, and population of Authorised Trader IDs in the Authorised Trader Management System (“ATMS”).

It provides general guidance on ICE Futures Singapore Financial Information eXchange (“FIX”) messaging protocol for FIX Tag 1028, which identifies manual and automated order routing.

TAS allows a trader to enter an order to buy or sell and eligible futures contract during the course of the trading day at a price equal to the settlement price for that contract or at a price up to five ticks above or below the settlement price.

Markers are a way of enabling customers to manage their price risk more effectively in the physical markets throughout the trading day.

OCR Portal User Guide

This document outlines the Exchange’s Ownership and Control Requirements with respect to account identification.


See the ISVs we’ve approved to adapt their products and services around the ICE platform. Approval to become an ISV is based on the technology offering and customer service commitment of the requesting vendor.

This list includes authorized distributors of ICE Futures Singapore market data. These distributors offer varied services covering real-time, delayed and /or end-of-day pricing data, along with other third-party data, analytical tools and news services.

This document contains minimum and maximum order quantity values for a single trade order entry.