East Asian Stock Exchanges Conference (EASEC) was founded as an informal organization to promote friendship and to facilitate the exchange of information among member exchanges.
East Asian Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation (EAOSEF) was founded as an official international federation of stock exchanges.
The Charter was established.
The geographical boundary for membership was expanded to Oceania, and the Australian Stock Exchange and New Zealand Stock Exchange were admitted to AOSEF as members.
The EAOSEF altered the basis of its membership system from a country-based one to the more liberalized exchange-based system that it is today.
Working Committee (WC) was established as a standing committee.
EAOSEF changed its name to Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation (AOSEF).
The geographical boundary for membership is defined as: in the Western Pacific and up to Mongolia (in the north) and up to India/Pakistan (in the west).The Bombay Stock Exchange and the
National Stock Exchange of India were admitted to AOSEF as members.