ASX 24 Operating Rules

Australian Securities Exchange Limited (ASX 24) is the holder of an Australian market licence granted under the Corporations Act pursuant to which it operates a market for certain financial products. Those products include futures and options in the following markets:

  • Interest rates
  • Equities
  • Energy
  • Commodities
  • CFDs

The ASX 24 Operating Rules deal with the operation of the market, including:

  • access to the market
  • products
  • trading rules
  • execution, quote display and reporting services
  • monitoring compliance and enforcing conduct

Information will be relevant for: Trading Participants; law firms providing legal and compliance advice to Participants; and others who advise in relation to the ASX 24 market, such as financial advisers, investment banks, medium and large accounting firms, and bond issuers.

Please note: under changes implemented on 1 August 2010, market participants are also required to comply with the ASIC Market Integrity Rules (ASX 24 Market) 2010, which LexisNexis issues to all subscribers of the ASX 24 Operating Rules.

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