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NameSydney Stock Exchange
Number of listed companies6
Domestic market capitalization0 million US$
SSE Partner ExchangeYes
Has annual sustainability reportNo
ESG reporting required as a listing ruleNo
Has written guidance on ESG reportingNo
Offers ESG related trainingYes

In 2021, the Sydney Stock Exchange provided training on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD recommendations) in collaboration with the SSE, CDP and IFC. (source)

Market covered by sustainability-related indexNo
Has sustainability bond listing segmentNo
Has SME listing platformNo
Women on boards mandatory minimum ruleNo
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Organizational model of stock exchange
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About the stock exchange

Location: Sydney, Australia

  • Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) is a securities exchange in Australia with a market licence granted by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC). SSX provides opportunities for growth oriented companies to raise the capital they need for expansion from a diversified range of domestic and international investors, especially from the Asia-Pacific region.
  • SSX operates its official list of securities as a Main Board, but it has the flexibility that a Second Board provides as well. SSX will provide and develop specialised markets in a number of sectors, including Mining, Oil & Gas, Real Estate (REITs), Hi-tech, Agribusiness, Servicing and growth companies.As a securities exchange, SSX provides listing facilities to companies and securities issuers as well as trading' facilities for stock brokers, traders and investors to buy and sell shares/securities.
  • The securities that can be traded on SSX include: shares issued by companies, units issued by trusts and other pooled investment products as well as fixed interest instruments, such as bonds. (Source)