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Interactive Brokers expands Mutual Funds Marketplace offerings

Interactive Brokers expands Mutual Funds Marketplace offerings

Financial services company Interactive Brokers has expanded the range of global funds and fund families available to users of its Mutual Funds Marketplace.

Interactive Brokers users can now invest in a wide range of global fund families and U.S. fund families.

Recent additions to the global fund families include Abbakus AM, Azimut Investments (LU), Charteris Treasury Portfolio Mgrs, Flossbach Von Storch, FIDELITY INV INT'L, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, JUPITER AM (EUROPE) LT (IE), JUPITER UT MGRS LTD (GB), Kepler Partners (LU), Rigsave Capital, Three Rock Capital Management Ltd, UBP (GENEVA), and VT Momentum Invest.

Additions to U.S. fund families include Absolute Investments, Advisor Series Trust Funds, Chase Funds, Conquer Risk Funds, Curasset Funds, FundVantage Trust, FundX, Glenmead Funds, M3Sixty Fund, Muhlenkamp Funds, Mundoval Funds, Pabrai Funds, Perritt Funds, PIA Funds, TFS Trust Funds, and Villere Funds.

Interactive Brokers' Mutual Funds Marketplace gives the company's clients in more than 200 countries access to more than 48,000 funds from more than 550 fund families, including Allianz, American Funds, BlackRock, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, Invesco, MFS, and PIMCO. The broker points out that the trading platform is neutral, ensuring that there are no conflicts of interest.

It is worth noting that the broker does not charge custody fees. In addition, it offers more than 19,000 instruments without fees.

At the same time, a number of funds within the U.S. have fees of $14.95, or 3% of the transaction value, while outside the U.S. the transaction fee is €4.95 (or equivalent).

In addition, a free mutual fund search tool is available to help users find the right funds.

Interactive Brokers began operations in 1977 and has won many prestigious awards. The company offers a wide range of services to its clients, allowing them to engage in both active trading and investing.

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