Established in September 1953, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) is an efficient one-stop shop for the securities industry, hosting an increasingly sophisticated range of products available to investors, including shares, corporate bonds, treasury bills and bonds, index-tracking products and derivatives. TASE is a fully-automated exchange with a central order book trading system, providing clearing, settlement and depository services.
TASE will promote Israel's capital market and its listed companies in Israel and abroad, through the provision of the most highly advanced infrastructure for securities trading and clearing, adhering to the highest standards of excellence and guided by principles of market integrity; and will endeavor to position itself and Israel as an international financial center for the listing and trading of technology companies
MembershipThe TASE is owned by its members, which comprise the Bank of Israel ( Israel's central bank), 16 banks and 13 investment houses. The banks are supervised by the Bank of Israel and the investment houses by the TASE. The TASE permits international banks and investment houses that have no permanent representation in Israel to become 'remote members'. For the TASE Members' list. Dual Listing Companies traded in the USA and on the London Stock Exchange (Main Market) can dual-list their shares on the TASE. Dual-listing, which does not entail significant costs, imposes no additional regulatory burden and offers continuous trading from 09:45 to 23:00 (Israeli time), for companies listed in the USA. There are currently 44 companies dually-listed on TASE, as well as 6 companies which are cross-listed on other foreign securities exchanges. For more information about Dual Listing on TASE. Globalization