NFA orders California firm Rimar Capital LLC and its principal Itai Royi Liptz to withdraw from NFA membership and principal status and not reapply for 30 months

July 8, Chicago – NFA has ordered Rimar Capital LLC (Rimar Capital), an NFA Member commodity trading advisor located in Burlingame, California, and Itai Royi Liptz (Liptz), an associated person (AP) and a principal of Rimar Capital, and an NFA Associate to withdraw from, and not reapply for, NFA membership and principal status for 30 months. If either Rimar Capital or Liptz seeks NFA membership or principal status following the 30-month period, they must pay a $90,000 fine.

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