Disclosure Statement: Interactice Brokers LLC Payment for Order Flow Practices / Disclosure of Order Execution and Routing Practices
The following statement is provided to you as required by Rule 11Ac1-3 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934:
First and foremost, MDB Capital Group’s (“MDB”) policy is to provide our customers with the best possible execution available. MDB’s clearing firm, Interactive Brokers LLC ("IB"), transmits customer orders for execution to various exchanges or market centers based on a number of factors. These include: size of order, trading characteristics of the security, favorable execution prices (including the opportunity for price improvement), access to reliable market data, availability of efficient automated transaction processing and reduced execution costs through price concessions from the market centers. Certain of the market centers may execute orders at prices superior to the publicly quoted market in accordance with their rules or practices. While a customer may specify that an order be directed to a particular market center for execution, the order-routing policies, taking into consideration all the factors listed above, are designed to result in favorable transaction procession for customers.
MDB does not receive any payment or credit for directing orders as described above.
MDB Capital Group, LLC Disclosure of Ordering Routing Practices, SEC Rule 606 (formerly SEC Rule 11Ac1-6)
MDB directs order flow to its clearing firm, Interactive Brokers LLC. MDB does not receive payment for order flow.
IB provides data concerning the routing of order flow (the "Data") on their web site.
Although IB and MDB have used commercially reasonable efforts to provide accurate Data, the Data is provided to you on an “as is” basis.