TraCRs, or Transferable Custody Receipts, are securities exclusively quoted on Chi-X, the innovative securities and derivatives exchange that delivers local and global opportunities for Australian investors. TraCRs give Australian investors access to the benefits of owning US shares in some of the world’s biggest brands.
TraCRs are quoted and traded exclusively on Chi-X’s market. To find out how easy it is to invest in TraCRs, speak to your broker or adviser.
TraCRs are traded in AUD, with dividends paid in AUD, making them easy to manage within your investment portfolio.
As a TraCR holder you have a beneficial interest in the underlying US share (and the right, subject to the terms of issue, to convert your TraCR holding into that share). You also hold an Australian security which is traded, cleared and settled in Australian dollars (AUD), under Australian regulation, during Australian trading hours.
View the latest price and daily volume traded for the TraCRs quoted on Chi-X. Click on the ‘TraCR name’ in the below table to view the TraCR performance, issuer announcements and other important data. Click on the ‘Underlying Share Symbol’ to view the underlying share performance, SEC filings, announced dividends and corporate actions.
You buy a TraCR the same way you buy other Australian securities. Before you place an order, you must have read and understood the investor fact sheet, which can be found here. Talk to your adviser or broker about how to invest, or contact one of the brokers listed below.
This link takes you to the TraCR Product Disclosure Statement, which provides information about TraCRs and is provided by the TraCR Issuer. Information about specific TraCRs on issue may be found above in the section titled “Announcements by TraCR Issuer”
Before investing, you must have read and understood the Investor Fact sheet below.
You can also find out more about TraCRs from the link below.
These links take you to the forms, provided by Link Market Services, that must be completed to apply for the issue or cancellation of TraCRs