About Sydney Stock Exchange
The exchange first opened in 1997 as the Australian property exempt market before receiving a stock exchange licence in August 2004. In November 2015, to promote Sydney and Australia as a leading financial centre the exchange become known as the Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) to allow our listees to be identified as being listed on a major city’s exchange.
The SSX’s corporate logo is made up of a black background, which is symbolic of the ocean’s depth (a source of wealth). The swirling red sun represents the success, energy and vibrancy of companies listed on SSX. Importantly the outline of the square box represents the rules of the listing, financing and trading market, boundaries which cannot be breached… Continue reading about Sydney Stock Exchange here.