Interactive Brokers

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Business head: Andrea Nagy

No. clients: 2909

AUC: $10,800

Min. assets: None

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2016 custodians and clearing firms ranking

August 11, 2016 - Clearing Firms listed by number of broker-dealer clients Firm Website # of clients % change vs. 2015 Contact Phone Email Pershing LLC www.pershing.com/who-we-serve/broker-dealers 743 -3.80% Michael Row (800) 445-4467 pershing.com/contact/ RBC Correspondent...

Fintech M&A climbs to $4B in 2015, data analytics may drive more deals in 2016

December 9, 2015 - Financial adviser technology M&A activity totaled nearly $4 billion in 2015, led by SS&C's blockbuster acquisition of Advent and marked by smaller deals for services ranging from financial planning software to robo-advising. Next year, advisers should...

Custodians and clearing firms ranked by number of clients

August 9, 2015 - Custodians ranked by number of RIA custody clients Firm Website Head of RIA custody business 2015 # of clients % change vs. 2014 Assets under custody ($M) % change vs. 2014 Minimum assets of advisers Schwab Advisor Services http://www.advisorservices.schwab.com...

Computer glitch halts trading on the New York Stock Exchange

July 8, 2015 - Investors were forced to steer orders away from the New York Stock Exchange as the biggest U.S. share venue halted trading to fix a computer malfunction. The suspension, announced to securities firms through notices on the NYSE website around 11:32 a.m.,...

Credit Suisse: Low U.S. stock volatility may be calm before storm

June 12, 2015 - Relative calm in U.S. stock trading is an indication that the current bull market may end with a bubble, according to Andrew Garthwaite, a global equity strategist at Credit Suisse Group AG. In a report on Thursday, Mr. Garthwaite compared the Chicago...

New alt investments online platform attacks hedge fund fees

June 1, 2015 - HedgeCoVest, an online alternative investments platform, is aiming to take advantage of the appealing aspects of hedge funds while overcoming concerns about hedge fund fees. The registered investment adviser has 45 hedge fund firms, including Fred Alger,...

Finra arbitration panel awards $500,000 to former Morgan Stanley rep

May 11, 2015 - A Finra arbitration panel last Thursday decided in favor of a former Morgan Stanley rep following a dispute between the broker and firm over an alleged breach of a promissory note. In a disagreement dating back to December 2012, Morgan Stanley asserted...

Interactive Brokers ordered to pay $1.2 million arbitration award

April 29, 2015 - Online trading firm Interactive Brokers Group was ordered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. to pay $1.2 million as part of an arbitration award in which one of the arbitrators dissented, claiming that his fellow panelists acted out of...

Here's how stocks will react to rising interest rates

February 17, 2015 - For investors worried about how stocks will react to rising interest rates, last week's trading may provide some guidance. Following the biggest one-week jump in 10-year Treasury yields in more than a year, investors are selling the highest-yielding companies...

Markets in a 'bad mood' as S&P 500 gives back year's gains

October 15, 2014 - The S&P 500 wiped out its gains for the year Wednesday as banks sank after reporting earnings while a drop in retail sales reignited concern about the economy and a second health worker in Texas caught Ebola. KeyCorp retreated 8.9%, the biggest drop in...

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