These agreements allow the introductory broker to streamline its own operations while maintaining its relationships with its clients. A door-to-door broker is a brokerage firm that provides back-office support for other brokers. For example, compliance with legislation, the registration and distribution of client documents and monitoring of credit risk for marginal accounts are examples of this support. Brokerage firms often rely on the port of brokers to focus on higher quality tasks, such as onboarding new clients or providing high-key support to existing clients. These brokerage firms are sometimes referred to as „broker introduction.“ To attract this activity, promising brokers must negotiate the quality of their staff, systems and balance sheets. As in many companies, larger and more well-established transportation agents have an advantage over smaller and newer ones, which can be considered unproven. Part of the reason for this dynamic is that some of the activities transferred to exporting brokers can have serious legal and regulatory consequences, such as ensuring. B that customer accounts are not used for money laundering or other illicit products. Introductory/transportation agreements are concluded to allow one member (the „introductory broker“) to use another member`s back-office facilities (the „carrier“ broker).
The services provided can include any combination of: in the same way, transportation brokers will strive to maintain high levels of after-sales service while offering competitive rates. Carrying brokers will often provide clients with dedicated account managers who can solve any problems when they arise. When dealing with particularly large or high-value clients, bearer brokers often negotiate special fees, such as.B. waiver of certain transaction or transaction costs, provided certain amounts or assets under management (AMU) are maintained. Of course, there are other factors that clients take into account when choosing a leading broker, outside of their size and balance sheet. One of the key areas in which carrier brokers must compete is the breadth and timeliness of information they can provide to their broker clients. The sooner a carrier broker can provide accurate information about the transactions, margin status and level of security of its account holders, the more useful it is for the carrier broker to be useful with respect to the client`s risk management activities. Carrying brokers employ employees and technologies that allow them to perform large-scale back-office work for a network of broker clients. Instead of imitating administrative bureaucracies similar to any broker, economies of scale can be achieved if these redundant administrative tasks are simply outsourced to a small group of transporting brokers.
This gives their broker clients the opportunity to focus on revenue-generating activities. This agreement exists between an introductory broker and a carrier broker for the purpose of setting up a type (1-4) setting up/brokerage contract. A type (1-4) introduction/brokerage door is one of four of the introduction carrying brokerage arrangements, where an introductory broker is allowed to introduce clients to a carrier broker. In this agreement, the type (1-4) of carrier broker has agreed to provide certain services, including clearing and registration activities for the introductory type broker (1-4). The agreement is required by the IIROC under The Dealer`s Rule 35, introduction/carrying broker arrangements.