Interactive Brokers Group

Interactive Brokers LLC is an electronic brokerage firm. The Company brokers stocks, options, futures, EFPs, futures options, forex, bonds, funds, and CFDs. Interactive Brokers also services commodity trading advisors. IB's activities are divided into two principal business segments: electronic brokerage and market making. As a direct market access broker, the Company serves the customers of both traditional brokers and prime brokers. The Company provides customers with an advanced order management, trade execution, and portfolio management platform. Its customers can simultaneously access many financial markets worldwide and trade across multiple asset classes (stocks, options, futures, foreign exchange ("forex"), bonds and mutual funds), on one screen, from a single account based in any major currency. As a market maker, Interactive Brokers provides continuous bid and offer quotations on over securities and futures products listed on electronic exchanges around the world. Its quotes are driven by proprietary mathematical models that assimilate market data and reevaluate its quotes many times per second. Unlike firms that trade over-the-counter derivative products, the Company's business creates liquidity and transparency on electronic exchanges.

Company Growth (employees)
Greenwich, US
Size (employees)
1,211 (est)
Interactive Brokers Group was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Greenwich, US

Interactive Brokers Group Office Locations

Interactive Brokers Group has offices in Greenwich, Montréal, London, Mumbai and in 2 other locations
Greenwich, US (HQ)
1 Pickwick Plaza
Hong Kong, HK
1512 One Pacific Place 88 Queensway
Mumbai, IN
Time Square Building AK Road
London, GB
110 Bishopsgate
Montréal, CA
2106 Tour Bell Média 1800 Avenue McGill College
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Interactive Brokers Group Data and Metrics

Interactive Brokers Group Financial Metrics

Interactive Brokers Group's revenue was reported to be $1.5 b in FY, 2016 which is a 17% increase from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2016)

1.5 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %


Net income (FY, 2016)

699 m

Market capitalization (21-Sep-2017)

3.1 b
Interactive Brokers Group's current market capitalization is $3.1 b.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


1.1 b1.1 b1.3 b1.5 b

Revenue growth, %



451.3 m506.1 m458 m

EBIT margin, %

USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

(167.4 m)56.1 m332 m
USDY, 2016


1.3 m
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Interactive Brokers Group Operating Metrics

Interactive Brokers Group's Accounts was reported to be 428 k in Q2, 2017
FY, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015FY, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016FY, 2016Q1, 2017Q2, 2017

Brokerage Cleared Trades

206.76 m58.21 m58.46 m65.33 m242.85 m71.15 m64.53 m61.18 m259.93 m62.91 m64.82 m

Brokerage Non Cleared Trades

18.06 m4.58 m4.06 m5.27 m18.77 m4.73 m4.11 m3.74 m16.52 m3.67 m3.67 m

Market Making Trades

64.53 m15.4 m14.85 m18.7 m65.94 m17.26 m16.06 m15.47 m64.04 m12.22 m7.96 m

Average Trades per U.S. Trading Day

1.16 m1.28 m1.23 m1.4 m1.31 m1.53 m1.32 m1.26 m1.35 m1.27 m1.21 m
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Interactive Brokers Group Market Value History

Interactive Brokers Group Revenue Breakdown

Traffic Overview of Interactive Brokers Group

Interactive Brokers Group Online and Social Media Presence

Interactive Brokers Group News and Updates

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