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Contracts traded (futures)
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5943194
TurkeyBorsa İstanbul
MalaysiaBursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad
United States of AmericaCboe Global Markets, Inc.
United States of AmericaCME Group
United States of AmericaICE – Intercontinental Exchange
ArgentinaMatba-Rofex
MexicoMexDer, Mexican Derivatives Exchange
New ZealandNZX Derivatives Exchange
SingaporeSingapore Exchange – SGX

Australian Securities Exchange

Name Australian Securities Exchange
Country Australia
SSE Derivative Network member Yes
Number of contracts traded for the most recent reporting year 206015000
Contracts traded (futures) 10156096
Contracts traded (options) 5943194
SSE Stock Exchange Database Yes
Type of offered products
  • Equity Options and Futures
  • Interest Rate Options and Futures
  • Commodity Options and Futures
Has an annual sustainability report? Yes

Australian Securities Exchange sustainability report is integrated into ASX’s annual report

Is sustainability reporting required of any market participants No
  • However recommendation 7.4 of the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principles and Recommendations states that “a listed entity should disclose whether it has any material exposure to economic, environmental and social sustainability risks and, if it does, how it manages or intends to manage those risks”.
  • Listing rule 4.10.3 requires all listed entities to publish annually a corporate governance statement that discloses the extent to which the entity has followed the recommendations set by the ASX Corporate Governance Council during the reporting period. Listed entities that do not follow a particular recommendation, are required to disclose that fact and provide the reasons why “if not, why not” reporting.
Exchange has written guidance on sustainability reporting for any market participants Yes

The commendatory to Recommendation 7.4 of the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principals and Recommendations refers companies to existing guidance such as:

ASX also refers companies to the various publications of the GRI, CBSB and IIRC. In relation to the environmental risk of climate change, the Council encourages entities who have a material exposure to climate change risk to consider making the disclosures recommended by the TCFD.

Offers sustainability-aligned products Yes

The Australian Electricity Base Load $300 Cap futures enable renewable electricity generators to manage their price exposures. Further information available online here

Offers sustainability-related training No
Additional information

More information can be found in the Sustainability section of ASX’s website. Information on our future commitments can be found in the 2021 Annual Report CEO Letter ASX Limited 2021 TCFD reporting can be found here

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About the exchange

ASX is an integrated exchange offering listings, trading, clearing, settlement, technical and information services, and other post-trade services. ASX operate markets for a wide range of asset classes, including equities, fixed income, commodities and energy. ASX is ranked in the top 10 global securities exchange by value and the largest interest rate derivatives market in Asia. Companies and other issuers of capital from Australia and around the world engage with ASX to manage risk and raise capital to sustain and grow their businesses. ASX operates liquid, transparent and reliable markets of integrity.