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A Message from Nasdaq
We understand that today’s environment is unprecedented and challenging for many reasons. We assure you our full support with resources to help you navigate the uncertainty and current global market volatility. Nasdaq continues to take appropriate steps to ensure the resiliency of our markets and global operations, while safeguarding the health and well-being of all stakeholders by following guidance from the CDC and WHO, as well as similar local organizations in the markets in which we operate. As information pertaining to COVID-19 continues to evolve, we hope to be a source of information and assistance to support you however possible.
Nasdaq prioritizes the safety of our clients, employees, vendors, and visitors. As the situation evolves around the novel COVID-19 outbreak, Nasdaq has updated the precautionary measures put in place to promote the safety of all parties, while continuing to maintain normal operation of our markets, client services and our business processes.
Nasdaq's Executive Team Leading By Example
Adena T. Friedman
We’re looking out for each other, we’re staying focused, and we’re continuing to get the job done for all those who rely on us. Nasdaq was founded on the idea that people don’t need to be in the same physical place to be part of the same community. This founding principle continues to drive us as we face the unexpected.CEO, Nasdaq Read Adena's Full Message
We understand that today’s environment is unprecedented and challenging for many. I want to assure you of our full support and remind you of the resources provided to you as a Nasdaq-listed company or Nasdaq client.President, Nasdaq Stock Exchange
Each piece of good news, from a slowing of new cases, to a vaccine, to government support make it more likely that companies will survive and business will get back to normal. That helps markets rally.Chief Economist, Nasdaq Despite Craziness The Markets Are Doing What They're Best At
In times of high volatility, it is particularly important to offer investors a chance to get both in and out of positions, and a platform where companies can continue to raise capital.President, European Markets, Nasdaq
Our markets were designed, built and tested to weather these types of market conditions. We plan to continue to monitor the situation and have been working closely with regulators, along with the broader industry, to ensure we continue to support issuers and investors.Head of North American Markets, Nasdaq