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  • Services Minister Bill Shorten said 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 Source http www theaustralian com au business markets new bourse aims to lure chinese companies story e6frg916 1226631854462 Go Back Asia Pacific Stock Exchange Head Office Level 16 Central Square 323 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Australia Phone 61 2

    Original URL path: http://www.apx.com.au/NEWS/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleID=568 (2015-10-07)
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  • 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 APX has adequate financial and human resources to operate according to the joint statement The APX market will provide Australian investors with greater choice when making the decision to invest and in what products said Mr Ripoll The changes to the market integrity rules for the APX approved by the government recognise changes to the APX market since the original rules were put in place The new industry wide rules relating to protection against the risks of volatility from high frequency trading among others were also incorporated said the statement The Australian Securities and Investments Commission ASIC will work with the AXP to ensure all

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  • 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 Ray Schoer welcomed the news These approvals are important developments in our progress towards re launching 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 he said New industry wide rules relating to protection against the risks of volatility from high frequency trading among others were also incorporated Source http www financialstandard com au news view 30395765 Go Back Asia Pacific Stock Exchange Head Office Level 16 Central Square 323 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Australia Phone 61 2

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  • 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 conditions recommended by ASIC are complied with These include independent verification of the readiness of the market s technologies and confirmation that APX has adequate financial and human resources to operate the market The APX market will provide Australian investors with greater choice when making the decision to invest and in what products said Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Bernie Ripoll The approved changes to the market integrity rules MIRs for APX recognising changes to the APX market since the original rules were devised The new industry wide rules relating to protection against the risks of volatility from high frequency trading among others were also incorporated APX will work with ASIC to ensure all requirements

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  • 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 in commodity and environmental derivatives APX s plan is to attract Chinese companies to list on its market in Australia It also wants to list Australian companies and promote them to Chinese investors who it is hoped will be able to trade on APX using their own currency APX is aiming to attract corporates capital and investors from both Australia and Asia especially China Mr Wang said in a statement Mr Shorten said APX would have to prove that it had adequate financial and human resources to operate a market and gain an independent verification of the readiness of its technology before it was given

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  • 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 stock market listing in Australia for Asian companies with a particular focus on Chinese companies Mr Shorten said in a media release This will improve access and increase opportunities for Australian investors including superannuation funds The government has shaken up Australia s securities trading market in recent years Since 2011 the country s main bourse operator ASX Ltd has faced direct competition from Nomura backed Chi X Earlier this month Financial Energy Exchange Global Pty Ltd won a license to operate a new derivatives market in the country The government has also granted London based LCH Clearnet a license to clear and settle contracts traded

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  • island on the south eastern tip of China near Vietnam now best known as the location of the Boao Forum which Prime Minister Julia Gillard attended as part of her trip to China this week However he has an unusual family heritage because his mother returned to China from Malaysia in the tumultuous 1940s when others were more likely to be leaving Wang was among the first Chinese to get a tertiary education when Deng Xiao ping reopened the universities after the Cultural Revolution he moved to Shanghai to study at China Eastern University Everything was new in those days but Wang settled on the particularly new discipline of environmental engineering because he figured it would allow him to stay in a big city medicine teaching or even the boom field of textile production might all have meant a stint in the provinces He wound up in the Canton now Guangzhou city government and dabbled in a bit of import export on the side until he became frustrated that he wasn t allowed to visit nearby Hong Kong where he had a few customers There s no ceremony as generous serves of mud crab pippies peppered beef and kang kung arrive although we are joined by one of Wang s executives to help us get through the meal Detaching pippies from their shell with chopsticks and simultaneously taking notes in a noisy restaurant means Lunch with The AFR is not all smooth sailing However the crab that apparently delights those first time Chinese visitors is ready and waiting and makes the starter worth the effort Wang is a reflective man once you get past the marketing pitches I do a quick double take on the nearby tables and see a lot more loud fast talking spruikers of many backgrounds He meditates most days to bring a sense of calm to life in the financial services sector and has only recently returned to consuming alcohol and red meat as part of a new philosophy of doing everything in moderation Being locked out of Hong Kong while working in Canton prompted Wang to latch on to the new fad for overseas language study In1988 he arrived in Sydney without any contacts to learn English and computing Then suddenly a tearful Bob Hawke announced after the Tiananmen Square massacre that all Chinese students in Australia could stay and Wang started searching the smallest job ads in the Financial Review for anything that looked feasible He did a multiple choice test for a sales job at an unknown company in inner western Sydney and pitched himself as an import export expert to an outfit called AMP Despite that false start he was offered a job as a salesman teamed up with an Indian because he spoke better English and actually owned a car After an unfruitful time door knocking at random in Sydney s western suburbs Wang found a niche in the Chinese community where he pitched the then tax deductibility of superannuation products

    Original URL path: http://www.apx.com.au/NEWS/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleID=563 (2015-10-07)
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