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Rules and Regulations

Rules and Regulations for the Nordic Markets

The rules and regulations serve an important purpose to sustain confidence in the financial market, enable a common framework for listed companies and protect minority stakeholders such as retail investors.
The Common Nordic Rules cover the framework for Nasdaq Copenhagen, Nasdaq Helsinki, Nasdaq Iceland, Nasdaq Stockholm and Nasdaq Clearing within the areas of listing (Issuers Rules), cash equity trading (Member Rules) and trading in derivatives (Rules and Regulations of Nasdaq Derivatives Markets). First North Rulebook is also a part of Common Nordic Rules.

- Stockholmsbörsen

Nasdaq Stockholm is a regulated market licensed in Sweden. Trading at Nasdaq Stockholm is governed by the Issuer Rules, the Member Rules and the Warrant Rulebook. Nasdaq Stockholm also operates First North, an MTF in Sweden that is subject to a separate Rulebook.

- København Fondsbørs

Nasdaq Copenhagen is a regulated market licensed in Denmark. Trading at Nasdaq Copenhagen is governed by the Issuer Rules, the Member Rules and the Warrant Rulebook. Nasdaq Copenhagen also operates First North, an Alternative Marketplace in Denmark that is subject to a separate Rulebook.

- Helsingin Pörssi

Nasdaq Helsinki is a regulated market licensed in Finland. Trading at Nasdaq Helsinki is governed by the Issuer Rules, the Member Rules and the Warrant Rulebook. Nasdaq Helsinki also operates First North, an MTF in Finland that is subject to a separate Rulebook.

- Kauphöll Íslands

Nasdaq Iceland is a regulated market licensed in Iceland. Trading at Nasdaq Iceland is governed by the Issuer Rules, the Member Rules and the Warrant Rulebook. Nasdaq Iceland also operates First North, an MTF in Iceland that is subject to a separate Rulebook.
Nasdaq Commodities is the trade name of Nasdaq Oslo ASA, a commodity derivatives exchange authorized by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. All exchange transactions are subject to centralized clearing through Nasdaq Clearing AB under the clearing rules for Commodity derivatives.
Nasdaq Nordic is an important reference for authorities locally, regionally and globally in referral questions about legislation and regulation works relating to our business. Based on our specialist knowledge Nasdaq responds to consultations and fact findings in relation to requests and legislative proposals from example local Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance as well as the European Union and global bodies such as CPMI/IOSCO.
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