ASX Group Dealing Policy

30 September 2017

All ASX employees, and their connected persons, with the exception of those groups listed in Clause 9, may deal in Securities only with prior clearance. These Dealing Rules clarify and set out the extent of these obligations.
1.What do these Rules do?
*Protect you against contravening Australia's laws on insider trading.
*Make you aware of the restrictions under the law.
*Establish a best practice procedure for dealing in Securities.

2.Who must comply with these Rules?
*All ASX employees, including fixed term and contractors and ASX Group directors (you).
*Your spouse, de facto partner or any children residing with you, and companies, trusts, self-managed and othersuper funds and entities which are controlled by you or these persons (collectively, your Connected Persons).

3.What dealings in Securities by ASX employees are covered under this policy?
*Any financial product quoted on an Australian financial market – includes any shares, debentures, managedinvestment schemes, warrants, AQUA products, futures, options or derivatives.
*Any financial product with a value derived from a Security quoted on an Australian financial market. This includesdual-listed shares and international shares quoted on an Australian financial market.
*Securities on the Restricted List.


Dear ASX Shareholder
On 17 August 2017, ASX Limited (ASX) announced its full-year results for the 12 months to 30 June 2017 (FY17). It was a solid performance, with revenue levels higher across most major areas of the business, and good progress made on our strategic initiatives.
Operating revenue grew by 2.4% to $764.1 million, an increase of $17.8 million, and profit after tax rose 1.9% to $434.1 million, an increase of $7.9 million.
The result was underpinned by growth in trading activity, due in part to global economic uncertainty and pockets of volatility. The daily average value traded on ASX's equity market rose 2.3% to $4.3 billion and the number of futures contracts traded increased 4.5% to over 556,300 per day. There were significantly more new listings in FY17, rising to 152 from 124 last year – the most in six years – including many foreign and technology companies. The total amount of capital raised, however, was lower, down 28.8% to $56.0 billion


ASX Annual General Meeting Results
The results of ASX Limited's Annual General Meeting held on 26 September 2017 are set out in the attached document.
All resolutions were passed and decided by way of a poll.


Attached is a copy of the addresses to be given by the Chairman and the Managing Director and CEO at ASX Limited's Annual General Meeting today.


The value of ASX-listed stocks, as measured by the All Ordinaries Index, remained flat in August 2017. This was in line with the US and in contrast to other major markets, including Hong Kong up 2.4%, the UK up 0.8%, Singapore down 1.6%, Japan down 1.4%, and Germany down 0.5%.
Volatility measures for the Australian equity market remained relatively low in August:
 Volatility (as measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index) was 0.4% in August, down on the previous month (0.6%).
 Expected future volatility (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 VIX) in August was an average of 13.5 (compared to 13.4 in July).
 In August 2017, total capital raised was $5.8 billion, down 7% on the previous corresponding period (pcp).


Appendix 3Y

30 September 2017

Appendix 3Y
Change of Director's Interest Notice
Information or documents not available now must be given to ASX as soon as available. Information and documents given to ASX become ASX's property and may be made public.
Introduced 30/09/01 Amended 01/01/11
Name of entity ASX Limited
ABN 98 008 624 691
We (the entity) give ASX the following information under listing rule 3.19A.2 and as agent for the director for the purposes of section 205G of the Corporations Act.


ASX financial report
1. To receive the financial statements, directors' report and
auditor's report for ASX and its controlled entities for the
year ended 30 June 2017.
Note: There is no requirement for shareholders to approve these reports.
Securities Exchanges Guarantee Corporation Limited – financial
report for National Guarantee Fund
2. To receive the financial statements and auditor's report for the
National Guarantee Fund for the year ended 30 June 2017.


Entity name
Security on which the Distribution will be 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


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.


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.




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