The ASX brand is recognised by many investors. This can help to differentiate investment products available through ASX from those made available through other distribution channels.
Benefits and considerations
Understand ASX admission requirements and potential benefits of working with us.
The Listing Rules are disclosure-based rules which govern the admission of entities admitted to the Official List of ASX including REITs, Infrastructure Funds and Listed Investment Companies and Listed Investment Trusts.
The AQUA Rules (formally, Schedule 10A of the ASX Operating Rules) are designed specifically for ‘open-ended’ investment schemes including ETFs, Managed Funds and Structured Products, to offer greater flexibility for issuers.
The chosen structure may have different impacts to the dividends or distributions received by the investor and the investor’s associated tax obligations.
Generally, Listed Investment Entities (LICs & LITs) must report their net tangible asset backing (NTA) to ASX monthly and Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) must report their net asset value (NAV) daily. mFunds must report NAV at least quarterly.