NASDAQ NORDIC WELCOMES OPTIMA WORLDWIDE GROUP TO FIRST NORTH
Optima Worldwide Group is a UK based financial services provider specialized in offering tailored opportunities and solutions for SME companies, public sector and high net worth individuals. With geographical locations in London and Dubai Optima Worldwide Group is positioned to identify and invest in unique opportunities across global markets.
Neal Griffith, CEO Optima Worldwide Group Plc., said: ”We are pleased to have our share admitted to trading on Nasdaq First North. Optima Worldwide Group is a company with a holistic and global outlook and we have chosen Nasdaq First North as our venue of listing, because we find a match in Nasdaq’s global footprint that offers efficient access to and visibility in today’s global capital markets.”
“We welcome Optima Worldwide Group to our Nordic growth market, Nasdaq First North,” said Adam Kostyál, Senior Vice President and Head of European Listings at Nasdaq. “We continue to see a remarkable inflow of growth companies leveraging our transparent markets for public ownership and global visibility, and Optima Worldwide Group is a great example of how global companies find a home at Nasdaq across geographies.”
Optima Worldwide Group has appointed Keswick Global AG as Certified Adviser.
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