FAQ
Registration
Securities Market Law, Company Law, Investment Law, Investment Fund Law, Asset-backed Securities Law, National Currency Settlement Law, Civil Code, and UBX Operating Procedures.
Trading Members, Settlement Members, Compliance Advisory, Financial Intermediaries, Customers, Listed Companies, Mongolian central securities depository, FRC
Compliance Advisory shall be a licensed legal entity, and an auditor be permitted to conduct auditing activities, regardless of the main field of activity. A new applicant may enter into an agreement with more than one underwriter, and the underwriter shall be an independent entity with an operating license and a contract with the issuer.
An IPO, or Initial Public Offering, is a privately owned company that lists its shares on a stock exchange, making them available for purchase by the general public.
The priority of becoming a public company is to increase capital efficiently. Being a public company is also an opportunity for companies to expand their business without increasing debt or reducing cash. In addition, listing companies on the exchange allow companies to advertise their products and enterprises to domestic and foreign customers and attract large investors and consumers.
Trading
Shares are securities that certify the right to invest in a company in accordance with the Securities Market Law, to vote, to receive dividends, to receive a share of the proceeds from the sale of assets remaining after the liquidation of the company, and other statutory rights. Shares are classified as common or preferred.

Common shares

The purchase of common shares entitles the holder to vote at shareholders' meetings, oversees the management of the company, and receives dividends, in the event of liquidation of a company, it shall settle its liabilities in proportion to the number of its shares after creditors and preferred shareholders in accordance with Article 28 of the Company Law.

Preferred shares

The purchase of preferred shares does not have a right to vote at the shareholders’ meeting but is entitled to receive a fixed dividend and in the event of a company's liquidation, the Company's priority is to distribute the assets to investors after the debtors have been settled in accordance with Article 28 of the Company Law. Preference shares are liquid and can be converted into common shares if the terms of their conversion are specified.
Dividends are payments made by a joint-stock company to its shareholders once a year. However, even if the company makes a high profit, there are times when it does not pay dividends, and there are many cases where it is used for new investments. Dividends are one of the main benefits to shareholders, but there are many cases in which some shareholders are unaware that they receive dividends. Dividends are usually distributed from the company's net profit after tax.

When reading the trading news, observe the following. These include:
- Closing and Lst Price Changes
- The maximum and minimum price of the day
- Price chart trend
- When information related to the issuer was published and how it affected the exchange rate
- The appearance of the candle chart
- Best buy and sell price and quantity
- 52-week low and high price
- Trading history news
Price-driven (includes trades with primary and secondary market makers, market orders, executed in conjunction with market capitalization or dealer orders),
Order-driven (non-marketable trading, each bidder can submit an order with its own time, size, and price terms, Only counter orders with the same conditions can be fulfilled),
Hybrid (Uses both Price-driven and Order-driven trading forms).
Short sell is the act of selling securities without owning them. There are two types, closed and open. Closed short selling is the process by which a party to security makes a settlement in order to borrow or transfer security during the period of the sale. In the case of open short selling, the party selling the securities does not own the securities during the sale period and does not make any arrangements for the transfer of securities.
Clearing
A non-clearing member is a securities broker, dealer, and underwriter that enters into a settlement service agreement with a general clearing member for the purpose of performing payment obligations related to its securities trading.
A securities broker, dealer, and underwriter that has a trading membership and acts only for their clients.
When placing a payment, the client should contact the brokerage company for instructions.
Transactions are settled on a T + 2 basis. Transfers of securities and payments in T-day transactions are made 2 days after T-day or T + 2 days. At this time, the Exchange will settle accounts with members on a DvP (Delivery versus Payment) basis.
A bank, its subsidiary, or a non-bank financial institution that performs the obligation to pay for the securities transaction of other members without trading membership and clearing membership.