Nasdaq stock exchanges in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius form the Baltic Market, the core idea of which is to minimize to the extent possible the differences between the three Baltic markets in order to facilitate cross-border trading and attract more investments to the region. This includes sharing the same trading system and harmonizing rules and market practices, all with the aim of reducing the costs of cross-border trading in the Baltic region.
Baltic exchanges belong to Nasdaq, the world’s largest exchange company. Nasdaq delivers trading, exchange technology and public company services across six continents, with over 3,500 listed companies.
Nasdaq offers multiple capital raising solutions to companies around the globe, including its U.S. listings market; Nasdaq Nordic, Nasdaq Baltic, including Nasdaq First North; and the U.S. 144A sector. The company offers trading across multiple asset classes including equities, derivatives, debt, commodities, structured products and ETFs.
Nasdaq technology supports the operations of over 70 exchanges, clearing organizations and central securities depositories in more than 50 countries. Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Baltic are not legal entities but describe the common offering from NASDAQ OMX Group exchanges in Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Iceland, Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius. For more information about Nasdaq, visit http://www.nasdaqomx.com.