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Nasdaq Baltic

Nasdaq Baltic Market is a cross-national Baltic securities market, which is comprised of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Stock Exchanges and Centrals Securities Depositories (CSDs).

Nasdaq Baltic exchanges offer listing possibilities on Baltic Main List, Baltic Secondary List, Baltic Bond List, Baltic Fund List as well admission to trading to First North in the Baltics. Equities listed on any Baltic exchange are even more attractive because of being easily accessible to regional and international traders via cross-Baltic membership.

Being listed on Nasdaq Baltic gives a company a number of advantages:

  • possibilities to raise new capital for development
  • extra publicity and visibility; trust of business partners
  • more disclosure attracts new investors and facilitates borrowing from banks in case of take-over, a part of the target company price may be paid off with own shares; on the other hand, if the shareholders want to sell the business, trading history facilitates the company valuation
  • extra motivation for the employees if they happen to be company shareholders as well.

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