Australian Bond Exchange

Company Information

Board of Directors

Bradley McCosker

Bradley McCosker

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Bradley co-founded ABE in March 2015 and has been a director of each ABE company since incorporation. Bradley has over 25 years of experience in investment banking and in the financial markets, specifically with firms such as Deutsche Bank, Macquarie Bank, ABN Amro and Citibank. Bradley was the Americas Head of the Client Coverage Group for Deutsche Bank in New York before returning to Australia in 2010. Since returning to Australia, he was a Senior Adviser at the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority and Senior Manager for Risk Policy at ASX. Bradley has a Bachelor of Economics and Master of Commerce from Macquarie University. Bradley is a member of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee.
Michael Vanderdonk

Michael Vanderdonk

Chief Technology Officer and Executive Director

Michael co-founded ABE in March 2015 and has been a Director of the Company since incorporation. Michael oversees the technical and engineering design of the infrastructure and systems of ABE. Additionally, he heads ABE’s evaluation of new technology, manages internal systems testing, and handles technical interface with key vendors. Prior to ABE, Michael worked at EMC (now DellEMC) Asia on Infrastructure, Cloud based computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (machine learning), and Data Science for companies such as ANZ Bank, Singapore Government, Intel and AXIS Bank. Before his role at EMC Asia, he held roles with CSC Australia, KPMG Consulting and Credit Suisse. Michael’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science, GAICD. Michael is the Chairperson of the Compliance, Audit and Risk Committee.

Corporate governance



What is ABE’s stock code?

Australian Bond Exchange trades on the Australian Securities Exchange under the stock code ABE.

How do I buy or sell ABE shares?

You can buy or sell ABE shares on the stock market through a broker or through an online broker. Information on how to select a stockbroker is available on the Australian Securities Exchange website

How can I view my current ABE shareholdings?

You can view details about your ABE shareholding online via the share registry, Computershare. For your security, you will be asked to provide your Security holder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) (together with your surname and your postcode) all of which can be found on your holding statement.

How can I contact the registry?

Computershare, Yarra Falls, 452 Johnston Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Phone: 1300 395 841 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4393 (outside Australia) between 8:30am and 5:00pm (Sydney Time), Monday to Friday or get in contact via their investor centre

How do I change my name, address, and other details?

If your Security Holding Number (SRN) starts with an “I” that means you have an Issuer Sponsored holding and instructions to change your personal holding record details are required by the share registry in writing. A printable version of the change of address form is available online from the share registry, Computershare. If you have a Broker Sponsored holding (your SRN starts with an “X”), you must notify your sponsoring broker in writing of your change of address.

When will ABE report its next set of financial results?

ABE will report results announcements covering the half year to 31 December and the full year to 30 June. The Annual Report is published in August each year. In addition, ABE will publish its quarterly results for the quarters to 30 September, 31 December, 31 March and 30 June.

Does ABE have email alerts for company notifications that I can join?

ABE shareholders who have elected to receive their communication via email will receive notifications of annual reports, notices of meeting and electronic proxy voting through Computershare Investor Services.

How can I receive a hard copy of ABE’s annual report?

You can download and print a copy of the ABE annual report from the company or via the ASX website.

What does ABE do?

ABE is an innovative financial services company providing access to the OTC corporate bond market for issuers, institutional and private investors in Australia and across the globe. Through its unique technology and wide network, ABE is able to break down barriers to entry for private investors by lowering capital entry requirements, significantly reducing transaction costs and improving accessibility to the bond market.

What is ABE’s growth strategy?

In the near term, ABE’s growth strategy is focused on increasing private investor participation in the bond market. There is a sizable market opportunity with bonds currently significantly under-represented in Australian private client portfolios and a sizable SMSF market to target. With our technology, we are able to partner with existing Financial Planners, Brokers and other financial institutions to easily integrate and provide access to bonds through them. ABE has a highly scalable business model with a strong competitive advantage in being able to provide a low-cost investment offering. 

How can I invest in bonds?

To become an ABE client and start trading bonds, please visit Alternatively, you can also contact your broker or financial planner, we may already be integrated with them.

What was the date of ABE’s initial public offering (IPO) and at what price?

ABE listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 6 December 2021 at a price of $0.65

How can I get a copy of ABE’s prospectus?

A copy of the prospectus can be found here

Investor contact

General and bond trading enquiries


Phone: 1800 319 769

Investor relations


Phone: 1800 319 769

Share registry

Computershare manages Australian Bond Exchange share registry. For enquiries about your shareholding including number of shares held and change of address please contact:

Yarra Falls, 452 Johnston Street,
Abbotsford VIC 3067

Phone: 1300 395 841 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4393 (outside Australia) between 8:30am and 5:00pm (Sydney Time), Monday to Friday or get in contact via their investor centre