Fees and Charges
The fees that apply in relation to issuers of debt are outlined below and are different depending on whether the debt securities are quoted to facilitate trading (retail issues) or quoted on the Wholesale Loan Securities Market (wholesale issues).
For retail issues, fees are generally calculated in the same way as for ASX Listings and ASX Foreign Exempt Listings. Fees are levied on the value of quoted debt securities (i.e. the market capitalisation of the entity’s debt securities for which they are seeking quotation) and not on the aggregate face value of debt securities.
The following fees apply:
|GST Exclusive Fee
|Initial listing fee||The fee set out in Guidance Note 15A - Schedule 1 - Table 1A|
|Annual listing fee||The fee set out in Guidance Note 15A - Schedule 1 - Table 1B|
|Subsequent listing fee||The fee set out in Guidance Note 15A - Schedule 1 - Table 1C|
For wholesale issues, the following fees apply:
|GST Exclusive Fee
|Initial fee (includes quotation of 1st series)||10,000|
|Subsequent fee for each subsequent series||5,000|
|Annual fee per program||5,000|
|Subsequent fee for each additional program||10,000|
Notes: Initial fee includes quotation of the first series of debt securities whether or not issued under a debt program. A program can include a number of series but securities must be issued under a single document.
Please note that no fee is payable for quotation of additional debt securities in an already quoted series.
For further information please see Guidance Note 15A – Schedule 2.
Other Fees and Charges
If companies participate in ASX’s settlement system, they will need to pay CHESS fees. You can obtain the Schedule of Fees – Clearing and Settlement from your ASX adviser or ASX Clearing and Settlement Operations.
If companies participate in the Austraclear settlement and registry system, they will need to pay Austraclear fees.