Dominic Stevens

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Dominic Stevens
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Occupation Managing Director and CEO
Employer ASX
Location Sydney, Australia

Dominic Stevens is the managing director and CEO of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). He was appointed to that role on August 1, 2016.[1] Stevens has nearly 30 years' experience in the financial markets.[2] He is is also a director of ASX’s clearing and settlement licensees and their intermediate holding companies.[3]

Stevens also serves as a director of the peer-to-peer lender SocietyOne. [4]


Stevens joined ASX as a non-executive director in December of 2013, and rose to CEO after the resignation of then -CEO Elmer Funke Kupper, who left the exchange in the wake of a bribery investigation.[5]

From 2008-2012, Stevens was the CEO of the investment management firm Challenger, and before that he was the company's deputy CEO and head of capital, risk and strategy. Prior to Challenger, Stevens served as a senior managing director at Zurich Capital Markets Asia. He previously held several senior positions in a long career at Bankers Trust Australia.

He is a Chartered Accountant and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Stevens received a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) and Finance from University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia.[6]


  1. ASX Appoints Dominic Stevens as Managing Director and CEO. ASX.
  2. ASX: Dominic Stevens appointed CEO to replace resigned Elmer Funke Kupper. ABC News.
  3. Our Boards. ASX.
  4. ASX appoints Dominic Stevens as new chief executive officer. Financial Review.
  5. ASX chief Elmer Funke Kupper quits in face of investigation. Sydney Morning Herald.
  6. Challenger Ltd. Bloomberg.