Stockholm, April 19, 2011 — The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ), announces that the trading in Deltaco AB (short name: DELT) shares commenced today, April 19, on First North at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Deltaco belongs to the Information Technology sector.
Deltaco is a leading distributor and provider of IT products in the Nordics. The business model is based on offering a wide and attractive range of computer accessories, network products and multimedia products, with short delivery times and competitive prices.
Deltaco’s CEO, Siamak Alian, commented, “The listing of Deltaco at First North will improve our opportunities to grow and expand our Nordic operations. Moreover, as a listed company we are able to leverage increased investor visibility and awareness in order to continue to develop our brand.”
Jenny Rosberg, Senior Vice President at NASDAQ OMX said, “We welcome Deltaco to First North where they will make a great addition to our technology sector. We continue to see a strong inflow of companies to First North, further strengthening our position as one of Europe’s leading growth markets.”
Deltaco AB has appointed Remium AB as Certified Adviser.
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