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    Nasdaq Europe

    An Engine Powering Financial Progress

    We provide the meeting place for ambitious ideas and capital to allow everyone a direct share in economic growth.

    At Nasdaq, our purpose is to advance financial progress for all. We deliver on this through our world-leading platforms that provide growth opportunities and capital for entrepreneurs’ and corporates’ creating innovations that will solve the biggest challenges of today and tomorrow.

    We're at the Forefront of Shaping the Future of Markets

    Nasdaq Europe in Numbers


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    Companies Listed

    Market Cap

    transfers from First North to Main Market

    market share in Lit & Auction Trading

    growth in sustainable bonds 2020-2023

    products cleared over 4 asset classes

    Local Markets with Global Reach

    Inspired by talented colleagues in an entrepreneurial environment, we strive to consistently push the boundaries of possibility. Across our European Markets, we have more than 1600 employees in 14 countries, and over 1000 companies listed on our exchanges.

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    Interview with Kommuninvest & MuniFin
    To meet rising transparency demands, a group of Nordic public sector issuers recently unveiled a new position paper on green bond impact reporting. The paper aims to foster robust reporting practices, facilitate dialogue among peers and underscores the critical role of sustainable bonds in our collective journey towards a more sustainable future.
    Mar 21, 2024

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    Nasdaq owns and operates seven European stock exchanges in Stockholm, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, providing financial services and enabling investors to buy and trade securities.

    Nasdaq offers a comprehensive suite of modular solutions for listing services, risk management, clearing and settlement systems, surveillance, and advanced trading platforms.
    Nasdaq trading platforms support global equities, options, futures, bonds, and structured products.
    Explore our cutting-edge technology solutions tailored for European markets.

    Discover the listing process and benefits of having your company listed on Nasdaq's European markets in the Listings section.
    Start your listing journey here: Nasdaq Nordic First North Growth Market

    Yes, Nasdaq´s European markets welcome international companies to list on their exchanges.
    The process and requirements for international companies to list may vary, so it is recommended to refer to the guidelines and support resources for detailed information on listing eligibility and procedures on Nasdaq's European exchanges:
    Nasdaq Nordic Main Market Regulations
    Nasdaq Nordic First North Growth Market Regulations

    Yes, Nasdaq´s European markets offer opportunities to trade international securities.
    However, specific availability depends on the exchange and offerings. 
    Learn more about trading global securities in accordance with our Market Rules & Regulations

    Nasdaq operates during regular trading hours, but specific timings can vary. 
    Explore the Trading hours page to understand the schedules, market segments, holidays, and any special trading sessions that may affect regular hours. 
    The detailed trading hours are set out in the respective applicable Market Rules & Regulations

    Investors seeking market data for European markets on Nasdaq can access information through our dedicated Market Data section on this page.

    Navigate to the “Contact Us” section to get in touch with Nasdaq's support team for inquiries, assistance, and information related to Nasdaq´s European markets.