Electronic trading major Interactive Brokers continues to expand its offering. The company has made new funds and fund families available at the Mutual Funds Marketplace.
- US Fund Families
Alpha Fiduciary Fund; Channel Funds; Phaecian Funds; Valued Advisors Trust; Waycross Funds.
- Global Fund Families
Alexander Forbes INV Global; Andbank AM LUX (LU); Aviva INV Global; AXA Funds; Birla Sun Life (IE); Bluebay AM LLP (LU); Bluebox AM (LU); Credicorp Capital AM (LU); DNB AM (NO); Eagle Capital (IE); Erste AM GMBH (AT); Federated INTL Europe (IE); Finserve Nordic AB (SE); Fundsmith LLP (GB); Harbor Ithaka (LU); Jupiter AM (EUROPE) LT (IE); Nikko AM (LU); Pinebridge INV Europe LTD (IE); Polen; Rolinco; Rorento DH EUR; SIA (LU); Sustainable Growth Advisers Ltd (LU); T Rowe Price Global Inv Services Ltd (LU); TCW IM (LU); UBS Third Party MGMT Co (LU); Welzia MGMT (LU).
The Interactive Brokers Mutual Funds Marketplace provides clients from over 200 countries and territories with access to more than 40,000 funds from 400 fund families, including Allianz, American Funds, BlackRock, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, Invesco, MFS and PIMCO.
IBKR does not charge a custody fee. In addition, it offers over 7,700 funds with no transaction fees and low, transparent commissions. Inside the US, commissions are the lesser of USD 14.95 or 3% of trade value, while fee funds outside the US are EUR 4.95 (or equivalent).
Let’s recall that, in June this year, Interactive Brokers announced the following additions to the Mutual Funds Marketplace:
- Global Fund Families:
Aberdeen Funds; Baring UK Ltd.; BNP Paribas Asset Management; BTG Pactual; Capital Intl.; Carmignac Gestion; Columbia Threadneedle; DWS Investments; Eastspring Investments; EFG Asset Management; GAM Funds; Henderson Global; Heptagon Capital; M&G International; Morgan Stanley Investment Management Ltd.; Nomura Asset Management; Nordea; Principal Global Investment; Sanlam Asset Management; Silverdale Funds; T. Rowe Price Global; White Oak.
- US Fund Families:
Brookfield Funds; Forum Funds; Green Century Funds; Holbrook Funds; Knights of Columbus Funds; Nicholas Investment Partners; Phaeacian Partners; Vivaldi Funds; Volumetric Funds; Weiss Funds.