ASX Share Price and Company Fundamentals

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ASX Limited operates as a multi-asset class and integrated exchange company in Australia and internationally. The company provides listings, trading, clearing, settlement, technical and information services, and other post-trade services; securities and derivatives exchange, and ancillary services; and central counterparty clearing services. It also operates markets for a range of asset classes, including equities, fixed income, commodities, and energy; provides data and technology services to intermediaries, banks, information vendors, and software developers to enable them to make decisions, offer services to their clients, and connect with one another; and is involved in the registry, depository, and settlement activities, as well as delivery-versus-payment clearing of financial products. The company was founded in 1987 and is based in Sydney, Australia.

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Primary activitiesASX is a top-10 global exchange offering a broad range of financial market services across multiple asset classes. We promote standards of corporate governance, help educate investors and support confidence in the Australian economy.
Industry / SectorFinancial Data & Stock Exchanges / Financial Services
Full time employees749
Mailing addressExchange Centre 20 Bridge Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
Phone / Fax61 2 9227 0000 /

Annual reports

Published onReport
18 Aug 2021Appendix 4E and Annual Report


More: ASX Dividend history, yield and payout ratio

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ASX paid $2.28 dividend and the ex-dividend date was 03 Mar 2022.The dividend payout ratio is 88.45%. The dividend payout ratio is defined as the amout of dividend paid divided by the earnings of the company.ASX dividend payout ratio is between 70-90%. The lower dividend payout ratio is preferrable since it provides company margin to grow the dividends in future.

ASX's forward dividend amount is $2.33 and the forward dividend yield is 2.77%. A forward dividend yield is the percentage of a company's current stock price that it expects to pay out as dividends over a certain time period, generally 12 months. Forward dividend yields are generally used in circumstances where the yield is predictable based on past instances. If not, trailing yields, which indicate the same value over the previous 12 months, are used.

Company Executives

As of Aug 2022, following are the company executives and directors listed on ASX.

NameTitleAgeTotal Pay
Ms. Gillian Larkins B.COM, CA, GACD, GRAD DIP, MBAChief Financial Officer501.67M
Mr. Timothy J. HogbenChief Operating Officer808.21k
Mr. Dominic John Stevens B.Com., BCom (Hons)Exec. Officer2.64M
Mr. Hamish John TreleavenChief Risk Officer972.93k
Ms. Helen Maureen LofthouseMD, CEO & Director
Mr. Dan ChestermanChief Information Officer
Simon StarrGen. Mang. of Investor Relations & Sustainability
Mr. Daniel Moran B.A., L.L.B.Group Gen. Counsel & Company Sec.
David ParkSr. Adviser of Media & Communications
Mr. Blair BeatonChief Strategy Officer

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Profitability ratios are a class of financial metrics that are used to assess a business's ability to generate earnings relative to its revenue, operating costs, balance sheet assets, and shareholders' equity over time, using data from a specific point in time.

The return on equity signifies how well the management is running the company in terms of capital management. The ideal return on equity is greater than 10%. The return on equity is calculated as net income divided by total share holders equity.

Valuation and Trading Info

The market capitalization of ASX is and its enterprise value is .

The ASX's stocks Beta value is 0.20 making it 80% less volatile compared to ASX market index. Technology stocks and small caps tend to have higher betas than the market benchmark. This indicates that adding the stock to a portfolio will increase the portfolio’s risk, but also increase its expected return. On the other hand utility stocks often have low betas because they tend to move more slowly than market averages.

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ASX (ASX:ASX) Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is ASX's Stock Symbol?

ASX trades on ASX under the ticker symbol "ASX".

2. What is ASX's stock price today?

One share of ASX stock can currently be purchased for approximately $83.21.

3. How can I contact ASX?

ASX's mailing address is Exchange Centre 20 Bridge Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia. The company can be reached via phone at 61 2 9227 0000.

4. What is ASX's official website?

The official website of ASX is

5. Which share registry manages ASX's stock?

ASX's stock is managed by LINK MARKET SERVICES.