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AUSIEX

ausiex.com.au

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Acquired | Acquired

About AUSIEX

Australian Investment Exchange (AUSIEX) is an Australia-based company that offers outsourced trade execution, settlement and clearing solutions. The company provides a range of front and back-office solutions from online trading websites, to fully-integrated end-to-end share trading and portfolio administration services.On April 28, 2020, AUSIEX was acquired by Nomura Research Institute Australia. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

Locked Bag 3005 Australia Square

Sydney, New South Wales, 1215,

Australia

+61 1300 655 626

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Latest AUSIEX News

ASIC Fines AUSIEX and Hits CommSec With Largest Ever Penalty

Oct 26, 2022

Wednesday, 26/10/2022 | 09:11 GMT Companies used 121,000 occasions to overcharge their clients. 0 The Australian Securities and Exchange Commission (ASIC) informed on Wednesday that the Federal Court had fined Australian Investment Exchange Limited (AUSIEX) and Commonwealth Securities Limited (CommSec). The cumulative penalty exceeds $27 million and is the largest one in the regulator's history for similar breaches. CommSec needs to pay $20 million, while AUSIEX was slapped with $7.12 million for breaching the Market Integrity Rule. According to the ASIC statement, the entities used almost 121,000 occasions to overcharge brokerage fees, earning an additional $4.3 million. Keep Reading In addition, the Court ordered independent evaluations of CommSec and AUSIEX's performance in providing financial services. The Court lists as many as seven examples of violations of the Market Integrity Rules in its statement. AUSIEX and CommSEC failed to ensure that their services were provided fairly, honestly and efficiently. Although the penalty imposed is the highest ever, it could have been even larger. However, the Court considered the companies' early admissions and cooperation in this matter. From our Directory ASIC Secured $230m in Civil Penalties Last Year The Australian financial market watchdog said last week it secured a total of $229.9 million in civil penalties due to its enforcement activities performed during the 2021-2022 FY. Simultaneously, the regulator has secured convictions against more than 30 individuals. ASIC reported the newest numbers within its Annual Report for 2021-2022 , outlining main enforcement actions during the last period. At that time, the financial watchdog strongly focused on protecting consumers' interests, reducing the amount of trading and investment risks. The Australian Securities and Exchange Commission (ASIC) informed on Wednesday that the Federal Court had fined Australian Investment Exchange Limited (AUSIEX) and Commonwealth Securities Limited (CommSec). The cumulative penalty exceeds $27 million and is the largest one in the regulator's history for similar breaches. CommSec needs to pay $20 million, while AUSIEX was slapped with $7.12 million for breaching the Market Integrity Rule. According to the ASIC statement, the entities used almost 121,000 occasions to overcharge brokerage fees, earning an additional $4.3 million.

AUSIEX Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is AUSIEX's headquarters?

    AUSIEX's headquarters is located at Locked Bag 3005 Australia Square, Sydney.

  • What is AUSIEX's latest funding round?

    AUSIEX's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of AUSIEX?

    Investors of AUSIEX include Nomura Research Institute Australia.

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