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NASDAQ OMX has a proven track record of high performance. Whether you’re comparing our valuations one year back or forty, we remain the leaders. The valuations across our market, together with high liquidity across all segment sizes and a dynamic understanding of your sector, make NASDAQ OMX a natural choice for a primary or secondary listing.
NASDAQ OMX is one of the largest, most liquid and most efficient cash equity markets in Europe. The spreads between bid and ask prices are narrower on NASDAQ OMX than for the other major exchanges in Europe. A NASDAQ OMX listing gives companies broad access to investors based in Europe as well as internationally. The investor base is a combination of global, Nordic and local institutions, further supported by a strong retail segment.
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Choose Your Path to the Capital Markets of Europe
Whether you are a large listed company in the U.S., a small start-up in Ukraine, or a Nordic blue chip, NASDAQ OMX is the gateway to international investors and the European marketplace.
A listing on the NASDAQ OMX main market provides maximum access and visibility to global and local investors. With our world-leading exchange technology, high liquidity and best execution, our market is an efficient place to trade. For blue chips as well as small cap companies, NASDAQ OMX offers a unique and attractive market for companies to become global players.
A secondary listing on the NASDAQ OMX main market helps companies access additional investor pools, and increase visibility and analyst coverage as their stock trades alongside sector peers. Through a secondary listing, companies are eligible for inclusion in NASDAQ OMX indexes, giving further access to institutional investors. Companies may be eligible for our Fast Track process for secondary listings.
NASDAQ OMX First North is our market for smaller companies and growth companies. Through First North, companies can access the capital markets while realizing their growth potential. The regulatory approach is adjusted to the needs of companies so they can enter the market and concentrate on building their business, with an easier transition to becoming a public company.
Reaching the Baltic marketplace, NASDAQ OMX owns and operates exchanges in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius where we list companies in Euros or in the local currency.