Tight Pricing
0.0pips Spreads From
Deep Liquidity
1ms Execution From
Transparent Trade receipts
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We’re giving traders unparalleled visibility and control over the execution of their trades with automated trade receipts.

A trade receipt is more than just a detailed trade confirmation showing fill speed, slippage, spread, market profile, liquidity provider, etc.. Trade receipts empower traders with the confidence to make better trading decisions, knowing that we’re on their side.

Trade receipts promote the removal of conflicts of interests between brokers and their clients through ethical and transparent dealing models.

Institutional grade transparency
Analyse our performance
Trade disputes
Optimise your execution

How does a trade receipt benefit you?

  • Spread (best bid/best offer): The market spread at the time your order was executed. Especially useful on stop loss orders… 😉
  • Market profile/Tick chart: See the order book before, during and after your fill to analyse your fill quality vs VWAP and the market impact from your order.
  • Liquidity provider: Knowing who filled your trade is important. This gives you the confidence you’re trading against the market and not your broker.
  • Execution time: Latency for every hop and leg including system latency and liquidity provider fill times.
  • Slippage: We measure slippage from the requested and market price to give the best representation of the fill quality.

What’s in a trade receipt?

Ever wonder why your broker won't give you a trade receipt?

Trade receipts are a way of lifting the curtain between you and the market.
  • Now, if your broker isn’t sending your trades to market, then they certainly won’t want you peeking under their curtain.
  • Brokers are afraid of transparency. No other Forex and CFD broker in the world (ok, maybe there’s one more) provides trade receipts to their clients.
  • No broker wants to admit they’re on the other side of your trade and profiting from your losses.
A fun exercise

Next time you are on a LiveChat with a broker ask them why they don’t offer trade receipts. The Operator will probably need time to source a contrived and well thought out answer from their supervisor. But by the time they come back to you, you’ll already have your answer.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are trade receipts?

Trade receipts enable clients to query vital trade information directly from within the client portal. A trade receipt reveals all aspects of the trade such as the fill price, execution speed, slippage and importantly, which liquidity provider filled the trade. Clients can also view a tick and spread chart at the bottom of the receipt, providing deeper insight into the level of market liquidity across our liquidity providers at the time of the trade. Ultimately, trade receipts enable total post trade transparency and verification of the details that you care about the most.

Why are trade receipts so important?

In an industry that is filled with brokers who internalise trades and offer no forms of post trade transparency, GP strives to be the benchmark in terms of complete post-trade transparency by enabling you to see the information that you care about most, on demand. It is very easy to make claims with respect to honesty and transparency but trade receipts enable independent verification of our model and values. This feature enables you to be in complete control of your trading information and serves to ensure that you can focus on your trading and not your broker.

Further, having access to this information present on trades receipts on demand enables you to gain unique insight into your trades and can be used to inform trading decisions.

Do trade receipts enable me to see the state of the order book after the trade has been placed?

Yes. You can see the total state of the order book at the time of your trade which enables you to see the market depth at the time of your trades. You can also see which LP’s were pricing and the particular quantities available at each tier of liquidity.

From where can I get a trade receipt?

You can query trade receipts for any positions via the client portal, select the ‘Trade Receipts’ tab and your positions will be visible.

If all you did was choose a broker that's on your side, wouldn't it be worth it?