December 5, 2014 - Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) announced that trading in Nixu Corporation shares commenced today on First North in Helsinki (NIXU). The company belongs to the Technology sector. First North Finland is a Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF) aimed towards emerging growth companies and is operated by Nasdaq Helsinki.
Nixu Corporation is a cybersecurity company. They provide their clients with cybersecurity solutions in Corporate IT, Digital Business and Industrial Internet. Nixu’s clients trust them in projects where developing, implementing or assessing of information security is required. Nixu ensures the confidentiality of client data, business continuity and ease-of-access to digital services through managing and mitigating the cybersecurity risks. For more information please visit www.nixu.com
“During our listing process we met many private and institutional investors. We were pleased to notice that investors value the work that we have done for a more secure digital society. Furthermore, the good feedback received from our investors, clients and employees during the initial public offering enhances our perception that Nixu’s brand name will be even strongly associated with cybersecurity. I would like to thank everyone who participated in the initial public offering,” says Petri Kairinen, CEO of Nixu Corporation.
“We are excited to welcome Nixu as already the sixth new company to First North Finland this year,” said Lauri Rosendahl, President of Nasdaq Helsinki. “Nixu will make a great addition to our technology sector, and we look forward to a long-standing partnership with the company and its shareholders.”
Nixu has appointed Summa Capital Oy as its Certified Adviser.
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