To help Members to understand AIX’s key requirements and standards, AIX has developed the Guide to the Key Continuing Obligations.
If you have questions concerning the continuing obligations, please contact the Member Regulation Team.
It is important for AIX to ensure that its Member records remain up-to-date so that it has access to the correct information in the event of queries and problems.
Member, wishing to change:
AIX expects its Members to operate on AIX Markets in compliance with the AIX Business Rules and AIX CSD Business Rules. The Member Regulation Team conducts annual compliance reviews, during which the Members are required to complete and submit via [email protected] the following documents:
Following receipt and review of each completed questionnaire, the AIX Member Regulation Team determines whether clarifications or further discussions are required, either in a meeting or conference call.
If you have questions concerning the oversight programme, please contact the Member Regulation Team.
AIX is committed to bringing transparency to the AIX Markets through pre- and post-trade data.
Order Book transactions are reported automatically and disseminated to market immediately. Real time Market Data is displayed at AIX Market Watch.
Off-the-Order Book (OTC) transactions are published at OTC Trade Reporting within one business day after receiving a transaction report from Member. Trades executed away from the Order Book must be reported by the Members via Trade Reporting using a template. For further details please refer to the OTC Transaction Reporting Requirements and/or contact the Market Supervision Team.
A Member that intends to act as a Market Maker in Admitted Securities should contact the Market Operations Team to discuss assessment requirements and applicable conditions.
Securities lending and borrowing (SLB) is available to appointed Market Makers after being authorised by AIX CSD Regulation Team. SLB may also be used to prevent settlement failures. The SLB Programme is governed by the industry-standard Global Market Securities Lending Agreement (GMSLA) or any other agreement accepted by AIX CSD. Market makers entering into a valid GMSLA with an authorised lender will be allowed to perform covered short selling.
A Member appointed by an issuer as a bookrunner of an offering may apply for a book-building service provided by AIX on the AIX trading platform. For further details please refer to the AIX Book-building Service and/or contact the Market Operations Team.
End-of-Day Valuation Service is available upon subscription and provides daily valuation of all securities tradeable on AIX. For further details please refer to the End-of-Day Valuation Service and/or contact the Market Operations Team.
If a Member identifies a trading system technical problem, it should notify AIX IT Team immediately or reach out to us via hotline +7 7172 647 300