Prime Brokerage

Prime of prime model
Prime Broker credit is extended to wholesale and institutional clients. With this model clients are able to deposit collateral (margin) and leverage Advanced Markets excellent Prime Broker relationships.

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Standard Prime Brokerage Model
where each client establishes their own PB client relationship and uses that to settle with Advanced Markets’ PB, UBS. These trades are generally settled via a “4-way give-up” agreement or by Designation Notice (DN).

Fully Segregated Funds

Advanced Markets, in conjunction with Macquarie Bank, offers a secure client funds solution through a custodial (tripartite) bank account for all qualifying counterparties.
With a custodial account, client equity is fully segregated at all times and client funds are never co-mingled with Advanced Markets’ funds or those of any other client.

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Multi-Currency Margin

Advanced Markets accepts client deposits/margin in USD, EUR, GBP, AUD and JPY however new funding currencies are occasionally added so please contact us for an updated list of those that we support.
Clients may post margin directly into Advanced Markets’ wholesale client funds accounts which are held at major money center banks. Funds are always held separately from Advanced Markets’ own capital and operating accounts.

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Prime Brokerage

Prime of Prime & Margin-Based Accounts

Advanced Markets can readily onboard institutional (wholesale) accounts, regardless of whether they have an existing Prime Broker relationship of their own or not. Those clients, without a prime brokerage agreement in place with a bank, can deposit funds directly with Advanced Markets and trade by leveraging the Company’s credit, supported by the firm’s excellent Prime Brokerage relationships with both UBS and Standard Chartered Bank. Advanced Markets will accept collateral-based clients, corporate or individual, as long as they can fulfil the criteria required in order to qualify as a wholesale counterparty under U.K. regulatory law.

Prime Brokerage

Prime of Prime & Margin-Based Accounts

Advanced Markets can readily onboard institutional (wholesale) accounts, regardless of whether they have an existing Prime Broker relationship of their own or not. Those clients, without a prime brokerage agreement in place with a bank, can deposit funds directly with Advanced Markets and trade by leveraging the Company’s credit, supported by the firm’s excellent Prime Brokerage relationships with both UBS and Standard Chartered Bank. Advanced Markets will accept collateral-based clients, corporate or individual, as long as they can fulfil the criteria required in order to qualify as a wholesale counterparty under U.K. regulatory law.

Prime Brokerage

Prime of Prime & Margin-Based Accounts

Advanced Markets can readily onboard institutional (wholesale) accounts, regardless of whether they have an existing Prime Broker relationship of their own or not. Those clients, without a prime brokerage agreement in place with a bank, can deposit funds directly with Advanced Markets and trade by leveraging the Company’s credit, supported by the firm’s excellent Prime Brokerage relationships with both UBS and Standard Chartered Bank. Advanced Markets will accept collateral-based clients, corporate or individual, as long as they can fulfil the criteria required in order to qualify as a wholesale counterparty under U.K. regulatory law.

Prime Brokerage

Prime of Prime & Margin-Based Accounts

Advanced Markets can readily onboard institutional (wholesale) accounts, regardless of whether they have an existing Prime Broker relationship of their own or not. Those clients, without a prime brokerage agreement in place with a bank, can deposit funds directly with Advanced Markets and trade by leveraging the Company’s credit, supported by the firm’s excellent Prime Brokerage relationships with both UBS and Standard Chartered Bank. Advanced Markets will accept collateral-based clients, corporate or individual, as long as they can fulfil the criteria required in order to qualify as a wholesale counterparty under U.K. regulatory law.

Leverage

Advanced Markets also has the ability to extend leverage of its own to margin clients based on factors such as account type, business model, trading style, projected volume and instruments traded and, since the firm operates a fully-STP business model, with no dealing desk and no warehousing of risk, the Company’s goals are 100% aligned with those of its valued client base.

The truth is that Advanced Markets operates as a “de facto” Prime Broker in its own right, by utilizing its unique PB credit relationships to provide direct access to the markets for clients who would otherwise have to rely on those firms claiming to be true Prime of Primes but whose “market-maker” business models tell a different story.

Leverage

Advanced Markets also has the ability to extend leverage of its own to margin clients based on factors such as account type, business model, trading style, projected volume and instruments traded and, since the firm operates a fully-STP business model, with no dealing desk and no warehousing of risk, the Company’s goals are 100% aligned with those of its valued client base.

The truth is that Advanced Markets operates as a “de facto” Prime Broker in its own right, by utilizing its unique PB credit relationships to provide direct access to the markets for clients who would otherwise have to rely on those firms claiming to be true Prime of Primes but whose “market-maker” business models tell a different story.

Standard Prime Brokerage Model

With this model, each client will have already established their own Prime Brokerage relationship with a Tier 1 bank and will use that arrangement to settle trades with either of Advanced Markets’ Prime Brokers. Trade settlement generally takes place under a “4-Party Give-Up” agreement or by a “Designation Notice (DN)”.

Standard Prime Brokerage Model

With this model, each client will have already established their own Prime Brokerage relationship with a Tier 1 bank and will use that arrangement to settle trades with either of Advanced Markets’ Prime Brokers. Trade settlement generally takes place under a “4-Party Give-Up” agreement or by a “Designation Notice (DN)”.

Standard Prime Brokerage Model

With this model, each client will have already established their own Prime Brokerage relationship with a Tier 1 bank and will use that arrangement to settle trades with either of Advanced Markets’ Prime Brokers. Trade settlement generally takes place under a “4-Party Give-Up” agreement or by a “Designation Notice (DN)”.

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