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NameTel-Aviv Stock Exchange
CountryIsrael
Number of listed companies546
Domestic market capitalization250,226 million US$
SSE Partner ExchangeYes
Has annual sustainability reportYes
2021 Sustainability report

ESG reporting required as a listing ruleNo
Has written guidance on ESG reportingNo
Offers ESG related trainingNo
Market covered by sustainability-related indexYes

Has sustainability bond listing segmentYes

Has SME listing platformNo
Women on boards mandatory minimum ruleNo
Additional information
Organizational model of stock exchange
  • Listed since August 2019

Regulatory bodies

Regulatory model
  • Strong exchange SRO
  • The Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) has strong regulatory jurisdiction when it comes to market operation. TASEs own rules govern membership, listing and registration of companies and securities, and obligations of listed companies. Any additional regulation comes from the Israel Securities Authority, which acts as a second layer of regulation and market oversight.

About the stock exchangeThe Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) was established in Israel in September 1953.

TASE plays a central role in the Israeli economy and provides a market infrastructure that is central to the economys growth. As TASE is the only securities exchange in Israel, where access to it is protected by high barriers to entry in terms of regulation and the need for reliable technological infrastructure, Israeli companies and the Israeli government rely on TASEs markets for capital and liquidity.

TASE is the home court for Israeli companies seeking to raise capital to meet their growth and liquidity objectives. In so doing, TASE contributes significantly to Israels economic growth and employment.

TASE is also the home court for the Israeli investment community and provides investors with a reliable and comprehensive trading platform for the buying and selling of a wide range of securities and other financial instruments. TASE serves hundreds of thousands of investors, including households, who invest in TASEs markets, largely through investment management companies including pension funds, insurance companies, provident funds, advanced study funds and other entities.

TASE provides markets for the listing and trading of a vast range of securities and derivative instruments. These include shares, corporate bonds, government bonds, Treasury bills, ETFs, convertible securities, single stock options, options and futures on equity indices, and options and futures on foreign currency exchange rates. Trading is fully automated, order-driven, real-time and continuous through our sophisticated Tel Aviv Continuous Trading “TACT” system.
TASE members (banks or brokerage houses) conduct all trading on TASE.

As of August 1, 2019, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is a TASE traded public company, following its IPO at the end of July 2019. At that time, TASE floated 31.7% of its shares to foreign and Israeli institutional investors and to the public at large. The shares trade under ticker symbol TASE.

As a vertically integrated platform that is a one-stop-shop for clients across asset classes, TASEs wholly-owned subsidiaries include the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Clearing House, the MAOF Clearing House (derivatives) and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Nominee Company, which provide the only clearing and settlement infrastructure in Israel and securities registration services.

SourceThe Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) was established in Israel in September 1953.

TASE plays a central role in the Israeli economy and provides a market infrastructure that is central to the economys growth. As TASE is the only securities exchange in Israel, where access to it is protected by high barriers to entry in terms of regulation and the need for reliable technological infrastructure, Israeli companies and the Israeli government rely on TASEs markets for capital and liquidity.

TASE is the home court for Israeli companies seeking to raise capital to meet their growth and liquidity objectives. In so doing, TASE contributes significantly to Israels economic growth and employment.

TASE is also the home court for the Israeli investment community and provides investors with a reliable and comprehensive trading platform for the buying and selling of a wide range of securities and other financial instruments. TASE serves hundreds of thousands of investors, including households, who invest in TASEs markets, largely through investment management companies including pension funds, insurance companies, provident funds, advanced study funds and other entities.

TASE provides markets for the listing and trading of a vast range of securities and derivative instruments. These include shares, corporate bonds, government bonds, Treasury bills, ETFs, convertible securities, single stock options, options and futures on equity indices, and options and futures on foreign currency exchange rates. Trading is fully automated, order-driven, real-time and continuous through our sophisticated Tel Aviv Continuous Trading “TACT” system.
TASE members (banks or brokerage houses) conduct all trading on TASE.

As of August 1, 2019, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is a TASE traded public company, following its IPO at the end of July 2019. At that time, TASE floated 31.7% of its shares to foreign and Israeli institutional investors and to the public at large. The shares trade under ticker symbol TASE.

As a vertically integrated platform that is a one-stop-shop for clients across asset classes, TASEs wholly-owned subsidiaries include the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Clearing House, the MAOF Clearing House (derivatives) and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Nominee Company, which provide the only clearing and settlement infrastructure in Israel and securities registration services.

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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) was established in Israel in September 1953.

TASE plays a central role in the Israeli economy and provides a market infrastructure that is central to the economys growth. As TASE is the only securities exchange in Israel, where access to it is protected by high barriers to entry in terms of regulation and the need for reliable technological infrastructure, Israeli companies and the Israeli government rely on TASEs markets for capital and liquidity.

TASE is the home court for Israeli companies seeking to raise capital to meet their growth and liquidity objectives. In so doing, TASE contributes significantly to Israels economic growth and employment.

TASE is also the home court for the Israeli investment community and provides investors with a reliable and comprehensive trading platform for the buying and selling of a wide range of securities and other financial instruments. TASE serves hundreds of thousands of investors, including households, who invest in TASEs markets, largely through investment management companies including pension funds, insurance companies, provident funds, advanced study funds and other entities.

TASE provides markets for the listing and trading of a vast range of securities and derivative instruments. These include shares, corporate bonds, government bonds, Treasury bills, ETFs, convertible securities, single stock options, options and futures on equity indices, and options and futures on foreign currency exchange rates. Trading is fully automated, order-driven, real-time and continuous through our sophisticated Tel Aviv Continuous Trading “TACT” system.
TASE members (banks or brokerage houses) conduct all trading on TASE.

As of August 1, 2019, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is a TASE traded public company, following its IPO at the end of July 2019. At that time, TASE floated 31.7% of its shares to foreign and Israeli institutional investors and to the public at large. The shares trade under ticker symbol TASE.

As a vertically integrated platform that is a one-stop-shop for clients across asset classes, TASEs wholly-owned subsidiaries include the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Clearing House, the MAOF Clearing House (derivatives) and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Nominee Company, which provide the only clearing and settlement infrastructure in Israel and securities registration services.

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