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The Nordic Exchange welcomes Home Capital to First North


The Nordic Exchange welcomes Home Capital to First North Trading in Home Capital shares will commence today on First North in Sweden. Including Home Capital, First North now comprises 84 companies in Sweden, Denmark and Iceland. Home Capital AB is an investment company focusing on strategic and long-term investments, primarily in the hotel and tourist industry. The company also makes short-term investments in interest rate, currency, derivatives and share related instruments. Home Capitals headquarters are situated in Oslo. We warmly welcome Home Capital to First North. Home Capital is the third company to join First North this year and the company is a valuable contribution to our Financials sector, says Jenny Rosberg, President of Company Services at OMX. Remium AB is Certified Adviser for Home Capital. A round lot of shares in New Home Capital, whose short name is HOCA, amounts to 100 and the company is included in the Financials sector. For further information, please contact Ulrika Areskog, OMX Nordic Exchange +46 8 405 63 76 About OMX | OMX is a leading expert in the exchange industry. Through the Nordic Exchange, OMX offers access to approximately 80 percent of the Nordic and Baltic securities market. The Nordic Exchange is a term used for marketing purposes and is not a legal entity. It describes the common offering from the Helsinki Stock Exchange, Copenhagen Stock Exchange, Stockholm Stock Exchange, Iceland Stock Exchange, Tallinn Stock Exchange, Riga Stock Exchange and Vilnius Stock Exchange. OMX integrated technology solutions cross the transaction chain enabling efficient securities transactions for over 60 exchange organizations in more than 50 countries. OMX is a Nordic Large Cap company in the Financials sector on the OMX Nordic Exchange. For more information, please visit PDF

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