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The Trade Allocation Report provides pre-trade and post-trade allocation details for Proprietary Trading Group Master and sub accounts. Post-trade allocations should be available by 6:15 PM Eastern time for the current trading day. You access the Trade Allocations report from the Reports menu in Account Management.
|Name||The name of the account holder.|
|Account Alias||The account alias of the account.|
|Account||The account number.|
|Account Type||One of the following IB account types:|
|Customer Type||One of the following IB customer types:|
|Account Capabilities||The type of account (cash or margin). One of the following types:|
|Trading Permissions||Lists the asset types that the account has permission to trade. Can include any of the following:|
|Base Currency||The base currency of the account.|
|Trade Date||The date of the trade.|
|Settlement Date||The settlement date.|
|Broker Name||The name of the broker.|
|Broker Account||The account number of the broker.|
|Description||The description of the trade allocation.|
|Symbol||The symbol of the trade allocation.|
|Buy/Sell||The action of the trade.|
|Quantity||The amount of the trade allocation.|
|Price||The price of the trade allocation.|
|Commissions||The amount of the commission.|
|SEC Fees||The amount of the SEC fees.|
|Net Amount||The net amount of the trade allocation.|
|Codes||The code abbreviation.|
This section explains all of the code abbreviations that appear in the Code column of different statement sections.
|Code||The code abbreviation.|
|Meaning||The description of the code.|
This section includes additional notes and legal statements pertaining to data included on the Trade Allocations report.
Note: Amounts are formatted to two decimal places. If amounts are greater than two decimal places, we use "half-even" rounding. This means that we round such amounts up to the nearest even number. For example, xxx.775 rounds up to xxx.78, and xxx.725 rounds down to xxx.72.