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SEMI-ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE OMX COPENHAGEN 20 CAP INDEX

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Nasdaq reports that there are no changes in the OMXC20CAP Index composition in this semi-annual review.

The constituents of the OMXC20 index family are a selection of the largest and most actively traded shares on Nasdaq Copenhagen. The selection process initially identifies the 25 shares with the highest free floated market cap on Nasdaq Copenhagen. Of the 25, the 20 most traded shares during the last six months are selected and included in the OMXC20 indexes. The composition of the OMXC20 indexes is revised twice a year in June and December. The index weights are based on free float adjusted market cap to ensure that only the part of the shares that is considered available for trading is included in the indexes.

The OMXC20 index is designed to act as underlying for financial products such as options, futures, exchange traded products and investment funds and has been calculated since June 1989.

The OMX Copenhagen 20 Indexes constituents effective Dec 22, 2014:

A.P. Møller - Mærsk A A/S ISS A/S
A.P. Møller - Mærsk B A/S Jyske Bank A/S
Carlsberg B A/S Nordea Bank AB
Chr. Hansen Holding A/S Novo Nordisk B A/S
Coloplast B A/S Novozymes B A/S
Danske Bank A/S Pandora A/S
DSV A/S TDC A/S
FLSmidth & Co. A/S Tryg A/S
Genmab A/S Vestas Wind Systems A/S
GN Store Nord A/S William Demant Holding A/S

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FOR MEDIA RELATIONS:+      Javier Lopez Garrido+      45 33 77 04 30+      javier.lopez@nasdaq.com  

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