Deposit P138 - Investment Service circulars

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P138

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Investment Service circulars

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  • c. 1949 - c. 1961 (Creation)

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96 items

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(1937 - 1987)

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The Australian Associated Stock Exchanges (AASE) was established in 1937. Since 1903 the state stock exchanges had met on an informal basis, but in 1936 Sydney took the lead in formalising the association. Initially this involved the Exchanges in Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart and Sydney. Melbourne and Perth joined soon after. Through the AASE the Exchanges gradually brought in common listing requirements for companies and uniform brokerage and other rules for stockbroking firms. They also set the ground rules for commissions and the flotation of government and semi-government loan raisings.

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Binders of circulars compiled and published for members of the Australian Associated Stock Exchanges by the Research and Statistical Bureau at the Sydney Stock Exchange. The date range for the entire run requires further research.

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Entered from deposit description 20 February 2013

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