Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) and Shenzhen Securities Information Co. (SSIC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shenzhen Stock Exchange (“SZSE”) publishes the index market quotations and other relevant information on SSX’s official website, data apps or other SSX’s Authorized display platform.

The partnership is a significant initiative to broaden mutual understanding and create new links between Australian and Chinese businesses and capital markets. SSX and SSIC have created possibilities for a range of opportunities within Australian and Chinese Capital Market to be studied and explored for the development of businesses, products, and markets, and importantly solidified the ability to share knowledge and build on mutual strategies whilst strengthening international connectivity.

About SSIC

SSIC as is authorized by SZSE to be responsible for index research and development, operation and marketing. SZSE Index Series are the asset owned by SZSE. SZSE has appointed SSIC to be its index business agency. “SZSE®” is a registered trademark of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and is used by SSIC under licence. CNI Index Series are the asset owned by SSIC. “CNI®” is a registered trademark of SSIC.

About SZSE

Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE), established on 1st December, 1990, is one of the two stock exchanges in Chinese mainland. SZSE has 1660 listed companies with a total market capitalization of 3.4 trillion US dollars. Consisting of the Main Board, SME Board and ChiNext Market, SZSE has developed a multi-tiered capital market system serving issuers at different stages of growth. SZSE’s products include equities, mutual funds and bonds. The product lines include A-shares, B-shares, indices, mutual funds (including ETFs and LOFs), fixed income products (including SME collective bonds and asset-backed securities), and structured financial products. SZSE is a member of both the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) and the Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation (AOSEF). It is also an affiliate member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).

SZSE Indexes