At the account level, the disruption was significantly less material. From November 11 to the year end, actual account closures attributable to the disruption were only about $70,000 or just 1.5% of our total account base. This makes an important point. Most customers maintain their relationship with us, even if they decided some assets else where in November and December during the peak of concern. This is encouraging and we believe it gives us a greater likelihood of success in winning back assets as we address concerns.
This was apparent this past Tuesday, when saw two times the two times the normal level of cash inflow through our quick transfer product from external sources, while at least one of our competitors had platform issues and difficulty handling the high market volumes of the day.