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Interactive Brokers Group (IBG LLC) equity capital exceeds $8.1 billion, over $6.0 billion in excess of regulatory requirements.1 18.5% of IBG LLC is owned by the publicly traded company, Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. and the remaining 81.5% is owned by our employees and affiliates.
Unlike other firms, where management owns a small share, we participate substantially in the downside just as much as in the upside which makes us run our business conservatively.
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Legally established entity in Australia in which assets are held by one or more trustees for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries. There are a number of different types of trust in Australia, including fixed trusts, unit trusts, discretionary trusts, bare trusts, hybrid trusts, testamentary trusts and charitable trusts, amongst others. While some types of trusts are used in many commercial arrangements, for example, unit trusts are commonly used to facilitate managed investment schemes, the IBAU trust account is not suitable for financial advisers, introducing brokers, managed investment schemes or hedge funds etc. IBAU has developed separate, tailored account types for accountholders operating financial services business of this nature as such.
Accounts are geared towards professional/active traders and investors; therefore we require the following from customers:
Must be 18 years or over to open an account.
Please note that monthly activity and other minimum fees may apply.