Australia's leading alternative stock exchange, the National Stock Exchange of Australia Ltd (NSXA), today welcomes trading platform Marketech (www.marketech.com.au ) as the first online retail broking platform in Australia to offer direct market access to retail investors.
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) via its wholly owned subsidiary National Stock Exchange of Australia Limited (NSXA) operates the Tier 1 Licensed stock exchange facility for the listing of equity securities, corporate debt and investment scheme units. The company is also involved in trading and settlement activities.
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) is pleased to provide its Activities Report and ASX Appendix 4C Cashflow Statement for the period ended 30 June 2021 (4Q21).
K2 Energy Limited (NSX:KTE) listed today on the National Stock Exchange of Australia with an initial market capitalisation of $5.7 million.
As advised in K2 Energy Limited's (NSX:KTE) ASX release dated 17th June 2021, the last day for trading K2 shares on the ASX is Wednesday 23rd June 2021.
iSignthis Ltd (ASX:ISX) (TA8.F) discloses that, consistent with the ISX Group's strategy outlined in the previous announcements of 28th May 2020 and 20th February 2020, the Company's subsidiary ISX Financial EU Ltd has taken up the option to participate in the NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) $3.5m capital raise.
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) is pleased to announce that it has successfully concluded a capital raise of circa $3.5m at a share price of $0.14.
NSX Ltd (ASX:NSX) receives advice from ASIC for the appointment of Professor Graeme Samuel AC to the Board of NSXA.
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) is pleased to provide its Activities Report and ASX Appendix 4C Cashflow Statement for the period ended 31 March 2021 (3Q21).
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) announces that the Board has appointed Professor Graeme Samuel, AC as a non-executive director effective 27th April 2021. Professor Samuel will also join as a non-executive director of NSX's wholly owned subsidiary, the National Stock Exchange of Australia Limited.
NSX Limited (ASX:NSX) is pleased to announce that the Australian Financial Review (www.afr.com) has today published the following apology on page 2 of its printed edition