NZX Limited operates New Zealand’s exchange and also owns ETF provider Smartshares as well as KiwiSaver provider SuperLife. If you’d like to buy NZX Limited (NZX) shares, keep reading for a step-by-step guide to what you need to do.
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NZX Limited is best known as the operator of the New Zealand’s Exchange, which is commonly referred to as the NZX. The company provides trading, clearing, settlement, depository and data services to allow investors to trade stocks, debt, derivatives and more.
NZX also owns Smartshares, an issuer of exchange-traded funds, and KiwiSaver provider SuperLife. In addition, it runs NZX Wealth Technologies, a business that specialises in wealth management services for New Zealand advisers.
NZX has offices in Auckland and Wellington.
In its 2020 annual report, released in February 2021, NZX announced the following financial results:
|Name||NZX Limited||Industry||Financial Data & Stock Exchanges|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||03 Jun 2003|
|End of financial year||December||Chief executive officer||Mark Peterson|
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