- How many trading interfaces does the Prime Broker offer?
If the broker offers more than five platforms, it is worth considering the size of the company. Brokers should have very large teams to provide support for all these interfaces.
- What about configurable trade flow?
Some systems are sensitive to spread, some to unfiltered quotes. How easily will the prime broker be able to simulate the trade flow that is convenient to the client?
- What are the statistics on negative and positive slippage?
This important, determining component will allow you to precisely calculate your future profit or loss. These statistics also allow you to objectively assess compliance with the proposed conditions of the liquidity provider. Ninety percent of the trades executed without slippage can be only under the condition that the statistic is based on a nonvolatile timeframe of a few hours.
- Do you provide the location of data centers and open disclosure of latency maps?
If you live in a small village in Siberia and do not have a VPS server in a data center of the liquidity provider, do not count on a 200-millisecond execution. She concludes, “This is a standard list of questions one should ask. During the conversation, the nuances will be identified, and as a result, a long-term productive and cooperative relationship will be established. Good luck in your search!” Boston Prime is FSA authorized and offers ultra-competitive spreads, executes with low rejection rates, supports its customers with a knowledgeable technical team and offers a strong partner network to round out its offering, according to the company. Contact information is at: Boston Prime, BT partner, a Prime Broker. Anna Aratovskaya may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org