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Entity name
ASX LIMITED
Security on which the Distribution will be paid
ASX - ORDINARY FULLY PAID
Announcement Type
New announcement
Date of this announcement
Thursday August 17, 2017
Distribution Amount
AUD 0.99800000
Ex Date
Thursday September 7, 2017
Record Date
Friday September 8, 2017
Payment Date
Wednesday September 27, 2017

NotificationofDividendDistribution.pdf

ASX Limited (ASX) is Australia's leading exchange group and one of the 50 largest companies listed in Australia. It was created as a national exchange in April 1987 after the amalgamation of Australia's six state based stock exchanges. In July 2006, ASX merged with SFE Corporation which operated the major derivatives exchange in Australia.
ASX is ranked among the world's top 10 exchange groups measured by market capitalisation. As a fully integrated exchange group, ASX offers a suite of services including listings, trading, clearing and settlement across multiple asset classes – equities, fixed income, commodities, and energy.
ASX services a diverse customer base including retail, institutional and corporate customers directly and through Australian and international intermediaries.
The operations of ASX are licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
ASX welcomes the opportunity to present a report on its tax contribution and has followed the recommendations outlined in the Board of Taxation's Tax Transparency Code.

TaxTransparencyReport2017.pdf

Appendix 4G

22 August 2017

The Corporate Governance Statement is accurate and up to date as at 17 August 2017 and has been approved by the board.
The annexure includes a key to where our corporate governance disclosures can be located.

Appendix4G.pdf

ASX LIMITED FULL-YEAR RESULTS TO 30 JUNE 2017 (FY17)
* CONTINUED EARNINGS GROWTH – NPAT UP 1.9% TO $434.1M
* MACRO FACTORS PLUS BUSINESS INITIATIVES DRIVING GROWTH
Highlights relative to the prior comparative period (FY16) based on Group segment reporting:

ASXFY17ResultsMediaRelease.pdf

•Replaced proprietary SYCOM platform introduced in the late 1990s
•Significant testing and preparation with close customer collaboration
•Approximately 50 ASX participants plus 30 other customers
–Broad range of global data vendors and software providers
–120 customer applications supported through conformance
–Over 820 users connected
•Legacy systems rationalised
–7 systems, comprising 17 separate applications, decommissioned
–20 databases across multiple environments eliminated
•Richer functionality and technical enhancements
–Real-time platform and user interface monitoring
–Improved latency
–Enhanced pre-trade risk management
–Customers able to manage own trading limits
–Faster resolution of customer issues
•Smooth go-live with positive customer feedback
–Improved capacity and functionality particularly around contract roll

FullYear2017AnalystPresentation.pdf

ASX operates at the heart of Australia's financial markets.
Our integrated listings, trading, clearing and settlement businesses
provide customers with efficient access to and exchange of capital,
management of risk, and provision of data and other solutions.
ASX operates across multiple asset classes including equities,
fixed income, commodities and energy.


ASX is the global leader in A$ and NZ$ financial markets, one of the
top 10 securities exchanges in the world and the largest interest
rate derivatives market in Asia. We have trading and information
hubs in many of the world's major financial centres, attract company
listings from all around the globe and are based in Australia, which
has one of the five largest investable assets pools in the world.
ASX operates and invests in the infrastructure that promotes
the stability and development of Australia's financial markets.
We advocate for regulations that support investors and issuers,
promote market integrity and strengthen Australia's global
competitiveness.

ASXmonthlyactivityreportJuly2017.pdf

ASX GROUP MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT – JULY 2017
The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, rose 0.2% in July 2017. This was in contrast to most major markets, including Hong Kong up 6.1%, Singapore up 3.2%, the US up 1.9% and the UK up 0.8%. Japan was down 0.5% and Germany was down 1.7%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market were mixed during July:
* Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.6% in July, down on the previous month (0.7%).
* Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) in July was an average of 13.4 (compared to 12.7 in June).

ASXmonthlyactivityreportJuly2017.pdf

 

CHANGE OF COMPANY SECRETARY
ASX advises that Amanda J Harkness has resigned as a Company Secretary of ASX effective today.
The Board wishes to thank Ms Harkness for her service and contribution to ASX as Company Secretary over the last decade.
Daniel Csillag continues as Company Secretary and as the person nominated under Listing Rule 12.6 for communication with ASIC with regard to Listing Rule matters.

ChangeofCompanySecretaryJuly17.pdf

ASX GROUP MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT – JUNE 2017
The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, remained flat in June 2017. This was in contrast to most major markets, including Japan up 1.9%, Singapore up 0.5%, the US up 0.5%, and Hong Kong up 0.4%. Germany was down 3.0% and the UK down 2.8%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market increased during June:
• Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.7% in June, up on the previous month (0.4%).
• Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) in June was an average of 12.7 (compared to 12.2 in May).

ASX-Group-Monthly-Activity-Report-Jun-2017.pdf

 

 

ASX GROUP MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT – MAY 2017
The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, fell 3.1% in May 2017. This movement was in contrast to major markets, including the UK up 4.4%, Hong Kong up 4.2%, Japan up 2.4%, Germany up 1.4%, the US up 1.2% and Singapore up 1.1%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market remained relatively low in May:
 Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.4% in May, consistent with the previous month (0.4%).
 Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) in May was an average of 12.2 (compared to 12.7 in April).

ASX-Group-Monthly-Activity-Report-May-2017.pdf

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