Powerful, award-winning trading platforms and tools for managing client assets. Available on desktop, mobile, web and API.
100+ order types – from limit orders to complex algorithmic trading – help you execute any trading strategy.
Our proprietary API and FIX CTCI solutions let institutions create their own automated, rules-based trading system that takes advantage of our high-speed order routing and broad market depth.
Understand risk vs. returns with real-time market risk management and monitoring that provides a comprehensive measure of risk exposure across multiple asset classes around the world.
Buy or sell any eligible US or European stocks/ETFs using fractional shares, which are stock units that amount to less than one full share, or by placing an order for a specific purchase price rather than quantity of shares.
Spot market opportunities, analyze results, manage your account and make informed decisions with our free advanced trading tools.
Invest globally in stocks, options, futures, forex bonds and funds from a single integrated account. Fund your account in multiple currencies and trade assets denominated in multiple currencies. Access market data 24 hours a day and six days a week.
When placing your money with a broker, you need to make sure your broker is secure and can endure through good and bad times. Our strong capital position, conservative balance sheet and automated risk controls protect IBKR and our clients from large trading losses.
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Professional Advisors often function as Wealth Managers, responsible for the gathering of customer assets while assigning separate Money Managers to execute and allocate trades among their multiple clients. Money Manager Accounts allow these designated traders to register as Money Managers and accept client trading assignments from Professional Advisors, then trade for multiple clients from a single order management interface.
An individual or organization Registered Advisor that is hired on behalf of another advisor (Wealth Manager) to manage some or all of their clients money.
Money Managers do not add client accounts, fund client accounts, set client fees or set client trading permissions. Only the Wealth Manager (Financial Advisor) can perform these tasks.