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    Trading on APX Settlement Complaints APX Framework Consultations and Amendments About APX About APX APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us You are here Home About APX News Detail About APX About APX APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News The Australian New bourse aims to lure Chinese companies 30 04 2013 Dow Jones ASIA

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    APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News Investor Daily Asian focused exchanged gets the green light 30 04 2013 The government has approved a number of changes to the Asia Pacific Exchange APX that will permit the APX to commence operating in Australia Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Bernie Ripoll today announced the variations to the APX s market licence integrity and operating rules and compensation arrangements According to its website the APX allows growth orientated companies from the Asia Pacific region an alternative to the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges through which to raise capital Mr Shorten said Australia s financial services industry can play an important role in China for our mutual benefit This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds said Mr Shorten Independent verification of the readiness of the APX s market technologies will also be required before the exchange can begin operating along with confirmation that the

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    Trading on APX Settlement Complaints APX Framework Consultations and Amendments About APX About APX APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us You are here Home About APX News Detail About APX About APX APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News Financial Standard APX given green light 30 04 2013 The Government has approved variations to the Asia Pacific Exchange Limited APX market licence integrity and operating rules and compensation arrangements Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Bernie Ripoll announced yesterday These changes will permit the APX to commence operating an exchange market in Australia once it has complied with an number of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission ASIC s conditions This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds said Shorten The APX market will provide Australian investors with greater choice when making the decision to invest and in what products said Ripoll APX chairman

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    previous form however the APX had been a minor sideshow to the ASX market In October 2008 the exchange was acquired by George Wang s AIMS Financial Group with the goal of converting it into a full service exchange targeting both Australian and Chinese listings and capital AIMS Financial Group is very active in this space and has provided the funding to allow the APX to push ahead with its regional ambitions Following the acquisition of the APX in 2008 which was then known as the Australia Pacific Exchange AIMS cleared out its listing board to allow it to be restructured as an Asia focused market The APX s new Listing Rules were approved by ASIC and the Australian Federal Treasury in November 2011 It is now working on the implementation of its new trading system APX aims to be operating with its new Listing Rules Business Rules and trading system in the second half of 2013 APX is now in a more competitive position to develop a regional approach with a focus on opportunities in Asia especially China Wang said The APX also plans to take advantage of the new agreement to make the Australian dollar and Chinese yuan directly convertible It will eventually offer trading in both currencies Government support In an announcement yesterday Bill Shorten minister for financial services said he had approved the changes to the APX s market licence market integrity and operating rules and compensation arrangements The exchange operator now has to satisfy a number of regulatory conditions including compliance and IT requirements before it can re launch in Australia Shorten said the government was strongly in support of the proposals to forge stronger ties between Australian companies and Chinese capital and vice versa Earlier this month in Beijing I discussed the important role that Australia s financial services industry can play in China for our mutual benefit This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies Shorten said This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds he added Bernie Ripoll parliamentary secretary to the treasurer said the new exchange would give greater choice and new opportunities to investors Convertible yuan The new market integrity rules MIRs have incorporated ASIC s new requirements around market integrity including managing the volatility associated with high frequency trading The government has also approved variations to the APX s Australian Market Operator Licence and new APX Business Rules both of which are required to re launch the APX market The conditions that the APX exchange must satisfy include an independent verification of the readiness of the market s technology platform and confirmation that it has the necessary financial and human resources to operate the market Ray Schoer chairman of the APX said the approvals were fundamental to the re launch of the APX market as a China focused exchange The APX is currently working on attracting

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    and new APX Business Rules had been approved The Hon Bill Shorten Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation said Earlier this month in Beijing I discussed the important role that Australia s financial services industry can play in China for our mutual benefit This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds Commenting on the approvals APX Chairman Ray Schoer said These approvals are an important milestone for the APX market APX will provide an attractive new venue for corporates to raise capital and be publicly listed and bring competition and new investors and corporates in the listing and trading markets in Australia Mr George Wang APX Deputy Chairman and Chairman of the AIMS Group said We are very pleased with the Minister s approvals today APX is aiming to attract corporates capital and investors from both Australia and Asia especially China This new regulatory framework reinforces the strong reputation of the Australian market regulatory environment and will further encourage companies to list and trade on the APX market Mr Wang added We are looking forward to re launching the APX market in the coming months We are focused on building an exciting new venue that will substantially deepen Australia s links and integration with Asia particularly capital flows between Australia and China and the Australian financial services sector About APX APX a wholly owned subsidiary of the AIMS Group is a securities exchange in Australia with a market licence granted by the Australian Securities Investments Commission ASIC APX provides opportunities for growth oriented companies to raise the capital they need for expansion from a diversified range of domestic and

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    Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News Australian Government News Gillard Government Approves Variations to Asia Pacific Exchange Market Licence 29 04 2013 Canberra ACT April 29 Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten MP issued the following media release Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Bernie Ripoll today announced that the Gillard Government has approved variations to the Asia Pacific Exchange Limited APX market licence integrity and operating rules and compensation arrangements Once a number of regulatory conditions are complied with these changes will permit the APX to commence operating an exchange market in Australia Earlier this month in Beijing I discussed the important role that Australia s financial services industry can play in China for our mutual benefit This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds said Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten The APX market will be able to commence trading once a number of

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    Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News The Australian Financial Review APX becomes the latest ASX challenger 29 04 2013 The Australian Securities Exchange is facing stiffer competition after the federal government gave the green light to an alternative market operator that wants to attract Chinese companies and investors to Australia The Asia Pacific Exchange which is backed by local Chinese businessman George Wang will be allowed to operate an exchange market in Australia once it meets a number of regulatory conditions Financial Services Minister Bill Shorten announced on Monday This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer stockmarket listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies Mr Shorten said This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors APX is the latest competitor to emerge as a challenger to the ASX which had a monopoly in Australia before the government granted a licence to Chi X in 2011 Chi X has since captured a 10 per cent share of the market for share trading in Australia Another potential competitor the Financial and Energy Exchange was awarded a licence by the government last month to offer trading

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    here Home About APX News Detail About APX About APX APX History Our Strategy Board of Directors Careers at APX News Newsletter Contact Us News Dow Jones Chinese Financial Wire DJ Australian Bourse Targeting Chinese Listings Clears Hurdle 29 04 2013 SYDNEY Asia Pacific Exchange a bourse that aims to lure Chinese companies list in Australia is a step closer to launching after Canberra approved a set of new licence conditions and operating rules Bill Shorten minister for financial services and pensions said Monday that approval of the new rules including safeguards against risks associated with high frequency trading left APX needing clearance only from Australia s securities regulator Mr Shorten described Canberra s green light as another example of the burgeoning financial ties between the China and Australia It comes just weeks after both countries agreed to currency convertibility and days after Australia s central bank said it planned to buy Chinese government bonds for its reserves APX a unit of Australia s AIMS Financial Group is seeking to persuade Chinese companies to list in Australia and tap the country s A 1 5 trillion in pension savings This decision means that the Australian owned APX market will offer

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