Listed Entities Compliance Information
The ASX operates a market for equity and debt securities issued by listed entities. To protect the reputation and integrity of that market, ASX sets standards for the behaviour of listed entities through its Listing Rules. It also publishes Guidance Notes to assist listed entities and their advisers to understand how certain listing rules operate. The Listings unit in ASX Compliance is responsible for administering the ASX Listing Rules.
ASX Listing Rules, Guidance Notes and other compliance materials
The new capital raising rules come into effect on 1 August 2012 and the new admission rules come into effect on 1 November 2012.
The ASX Compliance downloads page has other materials that listed entities and applicants for listing will find helpful.
Recognising the importance of corporate governance in the context of global markets, ASX accepted a leadership role in enhancing Australian corporate governance practices by convening the ASX Corporate Governance Council in August 2002.
The Council has developed and released the Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations with 2010 Amendments (PDF 1.3MB) to promote investor confidence and to assist listed entities to meet stakeholder expectations in relation to their governance arrangements.
Further materials corporate governance can be found on the Corporate Governance page.
Newsletters and updates
Listed @ ASX
An electronic newsletter for listed entities and their advisers.
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Listed Entities Updates
Email alerts noting changes to listing rules and other compliance related news for listed entities.
The 'ASX-listed' emblem instantly declares a company's listed status.
Approximately 1.5 million companies are registered in Australia, of those over 2,000 are listed and traded on Australia's national stock exchange. As listed companies they are eligible to display the emblem to promote their listed status.
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