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Share or CFD

Step 2

Select the investment product you wish to purchase



Purchasing shares in a company buys you part ownership of that company. You're given the right to vote on who manages the company and receive a portion of company profits through the distribution of dividends.

Example: If a share price quote is $25, then that means one share is valued at $25.

Note: Shares are also referred to as stocks, equities and securities.


Is an abbreviation for "Contract for Difference". A CFD is a 'derivative' that is derived from the underlying value of the share price. A CFD’s allow you to go long (buy the CFD) or go short (sell the CFD).

CFD's give you leverage.

Example: Buying a CFD in XYZ provides you with an opportunity to purchase the shares at a variable rates such as 10 to 1 ratio instead of the full upfront share value cost i.e. paying $1,000 instead of $10,000.

Because CFDs are traded on margin, you must maintain the minimum margin level at all times.

Note: CFD’s are not recommended for novice traders.

Order Type

Step 3

Select your type of market order

Market Order

This is a type of order that instructs to buy or sell immediately at the best price available.

Limit Order

An order placed to buy or sell a set number of shares at a specified price or better.

Stop Order

This is an order that is executable once a set price has been reached. Once the order surpasses a particular point the order becomes a market order.

Stop Limit Order

An order placed that will be executed at a specific price or better after a given stop price has been reached. Therefore it combines the feature of a stop order with those of a limit order.

Order Period

Step 4

Select the time period that you want your trade to be live/active for.


Stands for good till cancelled. This means once the order is placed, the order will remain in place until someone cancels the order.

Day order

An order that if not executed, will stand until the end of the trading day.

One week

An order that will stand for a full week from the time it is placed, and then be automatically cancelled at the end of this period if it has not been executed.

One month

An order that if not executed, will stand for a full month.

End of week

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the trading week.

End of month

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the trading month.

End of year

An order that if not executed, will stand to the end of the year.


Step 5

Select the value or quantity of how many shares you want to buy


Brokerage Fee: Please select broker first to calculate brokerage*.

Nominal Value:
$71.50 AUD

Risk Management

Step 6

Select what alarms (automatic exits) you want to protect both your investments and your profits.

Take Profit
Stop Loss
Trailing Stop Loss

Take Profit

Take-profit orders are used to lock in profits in the event the rate moves in a favorable direction. For example....

Stop Loss

Take-profit orders are used to lock in profits in the event the rate moves in a favorable direction. For example....

Trailing Stop Loss

Take-profit orders are used to lock in profits in the event the rate moves in a favorable direction. For example....



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General Overview

About the ASX Group

ASXThe ASX Group is one of the world's leading financial market exchanges, offering a full suite of services, including listings, trading, clearing and settlement, across a comprehensive range of asset classes.

As the first major financial market open every day, ASX is a world leader in raising capital, consistently ranking among the top five exchanges globally.

With a total market capitalisation of around $1.5 trillion, ASX is home to some of the world's leading resource, finance and technology companies. Our $47 trillion interest rate derivatives market is the largest in Asia and among the biggest in the world.

ASX's network and data centre are connected to leading financial hubs. Speed, reliability, state-of-the-art technology and the diversity of the user community, are fundamental to the success of the Sydney-based ASX Australian Liquidity Centre.

ASX operate in a world class regulatory environment, meeting the highest global standards. Their clearing houses are among the most secure and well capitalised in the world, and help underpin the stability of Australia's financial markets.

ASX has over 150 years of exchange experience and a highly skilled team of 530 people. They put their customers at the centre of everything they do – 6.7 million share owners, 180 participants, and almost 2,200 listed companies and issuers.

They are helping them to build wealth for the future, manage investment and operating risk, and raise capital to fund growth.

ASX: world class, globally connected, internationally competitive, customer driven.


The ASX Group's origins as a national exchange go back to 1987. The Australian Stock Exchange Limited was formed in 1987 after the Australian Parliament drafted legislation that enabled the amalgamation of six independent state-based stock exchanges. Each of those exchanges brought with it a history of share trading dating back to the 19th century.

In 2006 The Australian Stock Exchange merged with the Sydney Futures Exchange and originally operated under the name Australian Securities Exchange.

Later, however, ASX launched a new group structure to better position it in the contemporary financial market environment. From 1 August 2010 the Australian Securities Exchange has been known as the ASX Group.

The ASX Group Timeline

Ten years after the official advent of the Gold Rush, Australia's first stock exchange was formed in Melbourne. In the 1850's Victoria was Australia's gold mining centre, its population increasing from 80,000 in 1851 to 540,000 in 1861.


Thirty years after it lit the first gas street light in Sydney, AGL took its place in history again, becoming the second company to list on the Sydney Stock Exchange.


Two years after the Broken Hill Mining Company (private company) was established by a syndicate of seven men from the Mt Gipps sheep station, the company was incorporated to become The Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited ('BHP'). In 1885, Broken Hill Proprietary Company (BHP) listed on ASX.


The Australian Associated Stock Exchanges (AASE) was established in 1937. Since 1903 the state stock exchanges had met on an informal basis, but in 1936 Sydney took the lead in formalising the association. Initially this involved the Exchanges in Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart and Sydney. Melbourne and Perth joined soon after. Through the AASE the Exchanges gradually brought in common listing requirements for companies and uniform brokerage and other rules for stockbroking firms. They also set the ground rules for commissions and the flotation of government and semi-government loan raisings.


Publication of the first share price index.


Off the back of the success of the newly formed Westfield Investments venture in Blacktown in Sydney's western suburbs, it was decided that four of Westfield's projects would be put into a public company. These included a recently acquired site at Hornsby, on the northern outskirts of Sydney, a shopping centre under construction at Sutherland, and residential developments at Pennant Hills and St Ives. On the strength of these projects, Westfield Development Corporation Ltd floated in September 1960.


Sydney Futures Exchange began trading as Sydney Greasy Wool Futures Exchange (SGWFE). Its original goal was to provide Australian wool traders with hedging facilities in their own country. SGWFE offered a single contract of greasy wool that by the end of the year had traded 19,042 lots.


Rio Tinto listed on the ASX, resulting in the creation of the (then called) Rio Tinto-Zinc Corporation (RTZ). The company was the result of a merger between British-owned The Rio Tinto Company and The Consolidated Zinc Corporation, an Australian company.


By the mid 1960s the SGWFE had become the world's leading futures market.


This year heralded the introduction of a national listing for all securities.


Jean Gordon became the first female member of the Sydney Stock Exchange, initially as a partner of John Sweeney & Co, then as an individual member.


Gold futures began trading for the first time on the Sydney Futures Exchange.


In another first for the SFE, it became the first exchange outside the US to list a financial futures contract (90-Day Bank Bill).


Forty-five years after the publication of the first share price index, share price index futures began trading on the SFE.


The Australian Stock Exchange Limited (ASX) was formed on 1 April 1987, through incorporation under legislation of the Australian Parliament. The formation of this national stock exchange involved the amalgamation of the six independent stock exchanges that had operated in the states' capital cities.


Launch of the Stock Exchange Automated Trading System (SEATS). It was a far cry from the original system which dated back over 100 years. During that time there had been three different forms of trading on the Australian stock exchanges. The earliest was the auction-based call system, which saw a stock exchange employee (the Caller) call the name of each listed security in turn while Members bid, offered, sold or bought the stock at each call. This system proved inadequate to handle the increased volume of trading during the mining booms. It was replaced by the 'post' system in the early 1960s, which involved stocks being quoted on 'posts' or 'boards'. 'Chalkies' were employed by the Stock Exchange and it was their function to record in chalk the bids and offers of the operators (employees of stockbrokers) and the sales made. This system stayed in place until 1987.


In another first for SFE, its position as market innovator was reinforced when it became the first foreign exchange to market its futures and options products in the US.


SFE launches SYCOM – with this launch the SFE becomes the first futures exchange in the world to extend its normal floor trading with the introduction of an after-hours electronic trading platform.


Three years after the initial launch of SEATS, ASX trading floors closed and all stocks were converted to SEATS, forever ending the reign of the 'chalkies'.


SFE launched overnight options on futures, the world's first product of its type.


Seventy-five years after two young war veterans realised Australia's vast distances offered the ideal environment for a fledgling aerial service, Qantas shares were listed and traded for the first time on the ASX.


ASX demutualised and become a listed company. It was the first exchange in the world to demutualise and list on its own market, a trend that has been imitated by several other exchanges over the years.


The Australian Mutual Provident Society began in 1849 as an organisation offering life insurance. Now known as AMP it became a publicly listed company on the ASX in 1998.


SFE closed its trading floor and started 24-hour screen trading.


SFE became the first exchange (futures or stocks) in the Asia Pacific to be granted permission by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission to set-up trading terminals in the US.


Following the lead of the ASX four years earlier, SFE Corporation demutualised in 2000 and listed on ASX in 2002.


After several years of market commentators, broker analysts and others calling for a merger, ASX and SFE finally merged. Developments amongst international exchanges, such as NYSE and Euronext, reinforced the strategic rationale for merging ASX and SFE. The combined entity became the 9th largest listed exchange group globally and represented an important milestone in the development of Australia's capital markets.


ASX announced that trading in the ASX Contracts for Difference (CFD) market will begin on 5 November 2007. On the first day of trading there were 16 ASX equity CFDs available. This was complemented with a further 10 ASX CFDs the following week, covering major foreign exchange pairs, the S&P/ASX 200 index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and gold. Additional equity, index and commodity CFDs were launched shortly after.


ASX Market Supervision changed its name to ASX Compliance to reflect the change in the regulatory environment.


The Australian Securities Exchange launched a new brand structure on 1 August 2010, when it became known as ASX Group. The change in the ASX brand structure is another example of how ASX responds to the shifting regulatory framework and changing trading behaviour. As an overarching brand, ASX Group was developed to better reflect the role of ASX Limited as a group holding company with a range of activities linked by their common strategy: to provide the market infrastructure necessary for a globally competitive capital market and a vibrant Australian economy. Today ASX is a world top-10 exchange group measured by market capitalisation.

Corporate Social Responsibility



ASX's environmental footprint is small and arises from the energy used by the offices and data centres, and also from consumables, primarily paper. ASX strive to assist in promoting action on reducing carbon emissions through its expertise as a provider of market infrastructure. A cross-divisional Environmental Committee is in place, which oversees ASX's environmental impact-reduction activities.

ASX is a participant in the Carbon Disclosure Project and a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series. Although monitoring and minimisation arrangements are in place, ASX has not adopted specific targets.

ASX in the Community

ASX encourages and assists its employees to become active supporters of worthwhile causes and participate in programs outside the workplace. ASX's community programs allow employees to support causes and charities of their choice from a broad list of charity partners. In FY13 ASX and its employees donated $298,344 to various charities, community partners and appeals, including charities associated with ASX's Workplace Giving program, the Gawura Indigenous Foundation and Taronga Zoo.


Whatever your experience, explore ASX's range of free resources and become a more confident investor through various online courses, seminars and webinars. ASX also offers investment videos and finance newsletters. Users are also given an opportunity to play the Sharemarket Game where they are given a virtual $50,000 to invest. Their challenge: to make it grow.



People invest in shares with the objective of generating wealth – either through potential share price growth, via income paid as dividends or a combination of both.

Shares can be bought and sold on ASX's market. Also, you don't need large amounts of money to get started - you can buy as little as $500 worth of shares.

As with any investment, shares also carry risk and investors need to inform themselves of these.


Indices allow investors to gain an insight into the performance of an asset class or a segment of that asset class. Indices are used as the underlying for various financial instruments and to benchmark the performance of portfolios designed to replicate the performance of a given asset class.


Bonds are a type of debt security. They are effectively an IOU between a borrower (the issuer of the bond) and a lender (the investor who purchases the bond) – just as a bank deposit is effectively an IOU between the bank as borrower and the depositor as lender. When a government, corporation or other entity needs to raise money, they can borrow money from investors by issuing bonds to them. Investors who purchase a bond from an issuer are essentially lending money to the issuer for a fixed period of time. In return, investors receive an instrument (the bond) promising that they will receive interest payments at certain intervals and also have their principal returned on a stated future date. Where the bond is quoted on a securities exchange, such as ASX, the investor can realise their investment by selling that bond to another investor at the current market price.

Bonds Quoted on ASX

There are a variety of types of bonds quoted on ASX. They can be broadly classified into either the type of:

  1. Interest they pay (fixed, floating or indexed); or
  2. Issuer (government or corporate).

Hybrid Securities

"Hybrid security” is a generic term used to describe a security that combines elements of debt securities and equity securities. Hybrid securities typically promise to pay a rate of return (fixed or floating) until a certain date, in the same way debt securities do. However, they also have equity-like features that can mean they may provide a higher rate of return than regular debt securities. In some cases, this is because they give the holder an option to convert the hybrid securities into equity securities (typically ordinary shares), which will give the holder and "equity kicker" if the underlying security performs well. In other cases it may be that the hybrid securities have equity-like risks attached and the issuer has to pay a higher rate of return to compensate investors for those risks.

Types of Hybrid Securities

There are three broad types of hybrid securities – convertibles, preference shares and capital notes.

ETFs and Other ETPs

Exchange-traded products (ETPs) is the family name for the group of products comprising exchange-traded funds (ETFs), managed funds (MF) and structured products (SPs). There are over 100 ETPs accessible through ASX.

Exchange-traded products are financial products traded on an exchange that invest in or give exposure to securities (shares) or other assets such as commodities. Most ETPs generally seek to track the performance of a specified index or benchmark (such as the S&P/ASX 200 index) or a currency such as the USD or a commodity such as gold. Single asset products that track the performance of a specific security, bond or debenture are also available.

ETPs are open-ended, which means that the number of units on issue is not fixed but can increase or decrease in response to demand and supply from investors. This assists in ensuring that the ETPs trade at or near their net asset value (NAV). ETPs trade, clear and settle in the same way as shares on the ASX.

Managed Funds

Managed funds pool the money of individual investors. The combined capital is invested by a professional fund manager, in some cases being applied across a range of asset classes such as shares, bonds, property and infrastructure assets.

Managed funds are popular with investors as they make it easy to invest. One transaction can provide access to a range of underlying investments and to diversify your investment across different asset classes and market sectors. They also provide access to investments that may otherwise be out of reach.

When you invest in a managed fund, you are allocated a number of shares or units in the fund. Each share or unit represents an equal portion of the fund's value. You may receive regular payments – called dividends or distributions – from the fund, based on the profit or income it receives from the underlying investments.

Listed Funds
  • ASX offers four types of listed managed funds:
  • Listed investment companies (LICs) and trusts (LITs)
  • A-REITs (Australian real estate investment trusts)
  • Infrastructure funds.
  • Absolute return funds.
Unlisted Funds

ASX has also launched the mFund Settlement Service that enables investors to buy and sell units in selected unlisted managed funds via the same stockbroker or advisory service they might use to transact shares or other ASX products.


Warrants give investors an alternative way to borrow to invest in some of Australia's leading companies and a variety of other underlying assets, such as, indices, currencies, commodities and listed managed investments.

Warrants are a form of derivative – that is, they derive their value from another 'thing' (underlying instrument). Some give holders the right to buy, or to sell the underlying instrument (eg. a share) to the warrant issuer for a particular price according to the terms of issue. Alternatively, others entitle holders to receive a cash payment relating to the value of the underlying instrument at a particular time (eg. index warrants).

Warrants may be issued over securities such as shares and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), a basket of different securities, a share price index, debt, currencies, or commodities.


Some investors shy away from options. But used wisely, they have the power to protect, grow or even diversify your position. From Puts and Calls to more advanced Condor, Butterfly and Split Strike strategies, options can be investment heroes in disguise.
Because options can be used regardless of sharemarket conditions, they are popular with many investors.

Index Derivatives

Index futures are leveraged products that allow you to hedge, trade or gain exposure to an underlying index. On ASX, the most popular index future is the ASX SPI 200™ index futures contract over the S&P/ASX 200.

Index futures are mainly traded by institutions to achieve one of the following:

  • protect a domestic equity portfolio from short term market falls,
  • arrange cost-effective exposure to an index whilst purchasing the underlying shares,
  • to take a trading view on the direction of the market.

Interest Rate Derivatives

ASX interest rate derivatives are futures and options contracts listed on Australian and New Zealand interest rate securities and reference rates. ASX interest rate futures and options are leveraged instruments which allow investors and traders to gain and manage their exposure to short and long term Australian and New Zealand interest rates.

Types of ASX Interest Rate Futures and Options
  • Australian short term interest rate futures and options
  • Australian bond futures and options
  • Australian swap futures
  • Australian one session options
  • New Zealand short term interest rate futures and options
  • New Zealand bond futures and options.

Agricultural Derivatives

Like many of the world's benchmark futures exchanges, the origin of futures trading in Australia was in agricultural markets. ASX 24 commenced operations in 1960 as the Sydney Greasy Wool Futures Exchange. Fifty four years later, ASX is very proud to service the risk management needs of Australia's grain industry.

What Markets are Currently on Offer?

Agricultural derivatives are leveraged products that allow you to hedge, trade or gain exposure to an underlying commodity. ASX operates the ASX grain futures and options market.

Energy Derivatives

As a vertically integrated, multi-asset exchange group, ASX provides companies with access to capital, forward price discovery and risk transfer. ASX supports Australia's energy and environmental markets through the operation of its existing capital (debt and equity) and futures and options markets. ASX also provides opportunities to invest in publicly listed energy, renewable energy and clean technology companies.

ASX energy and environmental markets are comprised of futures and options over Australian electricity, New Zealand electricity, natural gas and Renewable energy certificates (RECs).

ASX has announced its intention to support and service Australia's future Carbon scheme at the earliest opportunity through the provision of its existing trading, clearing, and settlement infrastructure.

Products offered:

  • Australian electricity
  • New Zealand electricity
  • Natural gas
  • Renewable energy certificates
  • Carbon


ASX Participants

ASX operates two trading, clearing and settlement platforms. ASX Trade is for equity and related equity derivative products traded between the hours of 10:00am and 4:00pm (AEST). ASX Trade24 is for a suite of interest rate, equity index and commodity futures (and options on futures) products, traded on a globally distributed 24 hour platform. Accordingly ASX offers two distinct levels of participation based on these two trading platforms.

The Value of Joining ASX
  • Partner with the one of the most widely recognised and iconic brands in Australia
  • Be part of a unique group of financial service providers
  • Partner with ASX in exclusively branded marketing opportunities
  • Gain promotion via the “Find a Broker” referral service on the ASX website (1.4 million unique visitors per month)
  • Only clients of ASX Participants are afforded protection under the National Guarantee Fund and Fidelity Funds
  • Participation is subject to a strong regulatory regime and a clear set of rules
  • Provision of electronic access to the Australian equity and derivative markets via a dedicated gateway

Issue Products

Ensuring the success of investment products such as warrants or managed funds isn't always easy. Gaining sufficient distribution for a product in a crowded marketplace can be difficult, and administering those products can also be a challenge.

Issuing products on ASX helps solve those problems. By issuing on ASX, you can access their extensive distribution network of customers, participants and vendors, and you can use ASX's market-leading systems for administration, trading and settlement.

ASX's issuing services enable fund managers and investment banks to quickly and effectively issue non-listed investment products to the wider market.

mFund Settlement Service

The mFund Settlement Service enables you to buy and sell units in selected unlisted managed funds directly with the mFund issuer via a stockbroker or advisory services used to transact shares or other ASX products.

The service uses CHESS, ASX's world-class electronic settlement system, to automate and track the process of buying (applying for) and selling (redeeming) units in these managed funds. Your holdings in these funds ('mFunds CHESS holdings') are held electronically and can be linked to the same Holder Identification Number (HIN) used to hold other investments transacted through ASX, such as shares.

That means you can track your managed fund investments using the same systems you use for shares and other securities.

An mFund product is an unlisted managed fund admitted for settlement under the ASX Operating Rules and available to investors through the mFund Settlement Service. The ASX rule framework supports the mFund Settlement Service by ensuring all parties, including stockbrokers, fund issuers and unit registrars, are accountable for their roles and responsibilities. This rule framework underpins the high level of standards expected of services delivered by ASX.

Trading Services

ASX operates two trading platforms: their cash markets operate on ASX Trade and their derivative markets operate on ASX Trade24.

ASX Trade

ASX Trade is ASX's ultra-low latency cash market trading platform based on NASDAQ OMX's Genium INET system. The trading services ASX TradeMatch and ASX Centre Point both operate on ASX Trade.

The key products traded on ASX trade are:

  • Equities
  • Exchange Traded Funds
  • Exchange Traded Options
  • Warrants
  • Index Options
  • Interest Rate Securities
  • Australian Government Bonds

ASX TradeMatch is ASX's cash market lit (displayed) order book supporting a range of order types giving participants flexibility and control over how they trade.

ASX Centre Point, Australia's largest anonymous mid-point matching system, offers a suite of Advanced Order Types, designed to maximise price improvement, protect against information leakage and uncover natural block liquidity.

ASX Trade's Sweep order type offers access to both Centre Point and TradeMatch in the most efficient manner.

ASX Trade supports the reporting of off-market trades executed by ASX participants.

ASX Trade24

ASX Trade24 is ASX's proprietary trading platform providing customers access to the products listed on the ASX 24 market, including:

  • Interest Rate Futures and Options
  • Equity Futures and Options
  • Agricultural Futures and Options
  • Energy Futures and Options

ASX Trade24 is home to some of Australia's most established and liquid derivative products. ASX Trade24 also facilitates exchange-for-physical and block trade functions.

Technical Services

ASX is at the cutting edge of financial markets technology. They ensure that trading takes place efficiently and reliably across Australia, and have done so since the introduction of electronic trading and trading related connectivity in 1987.

ASX provide a range of solutions to access liquidity to financial market customers of all shapes and sizes in Australia and globally, including connections to other trading venues.

ASX provides a number of services to Australia's financial markets community. These include:

  • The Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC), Australia's only purpose-built finance data centre and colocation facility which puts customers at the heart of the financial markets community
  • ASX Net, the one-stop shop providing businesses with superior network connectivity to Australia's complex financial markets through a tailored, low latency connection
  • ASX Net Global, providing connectivity solutions for international market participants and distributing market data globally
  • ASX Best, a customisable multi-market trading application for equities and equity derivatives.
  • Liquidity Cross Connections, powers their financial market Ecosystem for Liquidity providers and takers, transferring market data and liquidity flows to and from their trading platforms

ASX technology provides fast, reliable and secure access to ASX markets. ASX also offers services and connectivity to other trading venues across Australia. They are continually working on new market services and support tools for their customers, their clients and other market users.

Information Services


Ensure you and your clients receive the latest price and company information straight from the source with ASX Information Services.

Reliable and fast market information is an essential foundation of properly functioning markets. ASX provides a range of pricing and company information through their various products and services, including:

  • MarketSource
  • ComNews
  • ReferencePoint

They provide real-time, objective market information to market professionals and distributors – including data vendors, newspapers or web portals, investors and traders, or analysts. ASX's supply of real-time data is supported by their state-of-the-art technology located in the Australian Liquidity Centre. Make sure you're getting the information you need when you need it.


Although largely invisible to market users, clearing and settlement services are critical to the operation of Australia's financial markets. They help reduce counterparty and systemic risk, and provide transaction efficiency and certainty for end investors.

Backed by significant capital and collateral, and overseen by Australian regulators, ASX's clearing and settlement infrastructure supports the world-class reputation of Australia's financial markets.

The clearing of executed trades performs a critical role in the operation of Australia's financial markets. ASX's clearing services help reduce counterparty and systemic risk, and provide transaction efficiency and certainty for end investors.

Clearing House

ASX Clearing Corporation operates two Clearing Houses as licensed facilities under the Corporations Act.

ASX Clear is the central counterparty (CCP) for the trading of shares, warrants and exchange-traded funds traded on ASX Trade or via an Approved Market Operator (AMO).

ASX Clear (Futures) is the central counterparty (CCP) for all futures and options products traded on ASX Trade24 and OTC products affirmed on an approved Affirmation platform.

As the central counterparty, the Clearing House becomes the seller to every buyer and the buyer to every seller, making it liable for completing all cleared transactions on the relevant market. This occurs through a contractual process known as novation, in accordance with the operating rules of each Clearing House.

OTC Market Clearing

ASX has delivered world class financial markets infrastructure including a central clearing service for OTC Interest Rate Derivatives which has been tailored for the needs of the Australian market.

Service Offering
  • Initial Australian Dollar OTC Derivatives product coverage including
    • Fixed vs Floating Interest Rate Swaps (BBSW 1m and 3m 0-10 years, 6m 0-30 years)
    • Overnight Index Swaps (Zero Coupon 0-1 year, Annual Paying 0-3 years)
    • Basis Swaps (1m vs 3m, 3m vs 6m, 1m vs 6m, all 0-10 years)
  • Delivered under the existing ASX Clear (Futures) Australian Clearing and Settlement Facility licence.
  • Portfolio margining between OTC Interest Rate Derivatives and ASX 24 exchange-traded interest rate futures products.
  • Industry approved margining model based on a Historical Value At Risk methodology
  • Market standard connectivity arrangements with Trade registration via the MarkitSERV trade affirmation platform.
  • 15-hour operating cycle between 6:00am and 9:00pm AEST, with close to real-time Futures style novation.


ASX Settlement Corporation operates two Securities Settlement Facilities as licensed facilities under the Corporations Act.

ASX Settlement is Australia's settlement system and a fully electronic securities depository for equity and equity-related securities. Through the CHESS system participants receive true Delivery versus Payment (DvP), exchanging cash for securities irrevocably.

Austraclear is Australia's settlement system and central securities depository (CSD) for the wholesale debt market. Through the Austraclear System, participants receive true Delivery versus Payment (DvP), exchanging cash for securities irrevocably and in real-time.

ASX Collateral

With increasingly stringent regulatory requirements and generally higher capital costs, financial market participants are focusing on optimising the use of collateral to manage their risk exposures (against other participants and CCPs) and obtain liquidity for short-term funding purposes.

ASX Collateral is a centralised collateral management service that leverages technology provided by Clearstream Banking SA to facilitate the allocation and optimisation of collateral across an array of bilateral agreements and counterparties, providing significant efficiencies and benefits to customers.

Service Offering
  • State of the art Triparty Repo Service and Triparty Collateral Management Service with direct links to the Austraclear settlement system (and in a further phase of the service, direct links to CHESS) optimising collateral across:
    • repurchase agreements: intraday, overnight and term
    • securities lending and borrowing
    • OTC derivatives bilateral exposures
    • central counterparty margining
  • Comprehensive collateral management administration services
  • Collateral cover is managed based on the collateral receiver's requirements and eligibility criteria, through effective mark to market processes and proactive margining
  • Auto-assignment of assets as collateral based on agreed eligibility
  • Facilitation of payments to collateral givers where interest or distributions are due
  • Giving collateral givers the ability to substitute collateral at any time
  • Giving collateral receivers the ability to re-use collateral within the ASX Collateral environment


ASX Compliance Pty Limited

ASXASX Compliance Pty Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary within the ASX Group which provides compliance and enforcement services to the various ASX Group entities that hold licences under the Corporations Act to operate markets or clearing and settlement facilities.

ASX Compliance has delegated authority to make certain compliance and enforcement decisions on behalf of the relevant ASX licensee under its operating rules. It also provides other services as necessary to so that:

  • in the case of a market licensee, it has adequate arrangements for monitoring and enforcing compliance with its operating rules (as required by s792A of the Corporations Act); and
  • in the case of a clearing and settlement facility licensee, it has adequate arrangements for enforcing compliance with its operating rules (as required by s821A of the Corporations Act).

ASX Compliance has a separate Board of Directors to other ASX Group entities (currently only one out of four ASX Compliance directors is also a director of other ASX Group entities).

ASX Compliance is divided into three functional units:

  • Listings Compliance
  • Participants Compliance
  • Executive Office, which administers:
    • Enforcement action against ASX Participants
    • ASX Referrals to ASIC
    • ASX Corporate Governance Council
    • ASX Education and Research Program

Price History

52 Week High Change from 52 Week High % Change from 52 Week High 52 Week Low Change from 52 Week Low % Change from 52 Week Low
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Date Open High Low Close Volume

Dividend Information

Dividend Yield Dividend Yield (5 Yr Avg) ISIN Stock Code (RIC) SEDOL Dividend Currency
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Year CorpActID DPTD DivAnnDate DivExDate DivPayDate DTMD DivRate DRD DRPrice DTMD DTMD Frank%
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Share Statistics

  Revenue/Share Free Cash Flow Per Share Cash Flow Per Share Book Value Per Share Book Value(tangible) Per Share Cash Per Share
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMREVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMFCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - -
  Dividend Per Share EPS Normalized EPS Basic Exluding Extraordinary Items EPS Including Extraordinary Items EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items EBITD Per Share
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5 Year Average {{ratios['Per share data'].ADIV5YAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
Avg Vol(3 month) Avg Vol(10 day) Shares Outstanding Float % Held by Insiders % Held by Institutions Shares Short Shares Ratio Short % of Float Shares Short(prior month)
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Common Shareholders Shares Outstanding Shares Issued Float
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Index Code Index name
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Order Industry Type Code Mnemonic Reported
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Valuation Ratios

  P/E excluding extraordinary items P/E Normalized P/E Basic excluding extraordinary items P/E excluding extraordinary items high P/E excluding extraordinary items low P/E including extraordinary items
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  Price to Sales Price to Tangible Book Price to Free Cash Flow per Share Price to Cash Flow per Share Price to Book
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Financial Strength Ratios

  Current ratio Quick ratio LT debt/equity Total debt/total equity
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  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMPAYRAT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].EV2FCF_CurTTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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5 Year Average {{ratios.Margins.GROSMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.MARGIN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.OPMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.PTMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.Focf2Rev_AAvg5.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Trailing 12 Months - - {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Management Effectiveness Ratios

Turnover Asset Inventory Receivables
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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

Growth Rates Revenue % EPS Dividend Revenue/Share Book Value Per Share Capital Spending Net Profit Margin
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3 Years {{ratios.Growth.REVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.DIVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - -
TTM over TTM {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TTMEPSCHG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
Fiscal Year Ends Most Recent Quarter Transfer agent Auditor Shariah Compliant

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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
Recommendation Number Of Analysts
Sell Reduce Hold Buy Strong Buy {{stats.NumberOfAnalysts}}
I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Sell
  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Sell Underperform Hold Buy Strong Buy Total
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Target Price

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ASX Limited

20 Bridge Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

Phone: +61 2 9227 0000
Fax: +61 2 9227 0885

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Share Registry

Link Market Services Limited - Click here to view share registry profile

Phone: +61 2 8280 7100
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Level 12
680 George Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

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