Nasdaq's Listing Options

Bond Listing Sweden

All major types of debt instruments can be listed on our market, including medium-term note programs (MTN), commercial papers, mortgage bonds, convertibles, structured products and lottery bonds.

Nasdaq is the hub of fixed income instruments in the Nordic region with around 8,000 listed instruments. More than 6,000 of these instruments are listed at Nasdaq Stockholm. All major types of debt instruments can be listed on our markets, including, but not limited to, medium-term note programs (MTN), euro medium-term note programs (EMTN), commercial papers, mortgage bonds, convertibles, structured products, corporate certificates and government bonds. We provide guidance to issuers and their advisors throughout the listing process.


Markets

Nasdaq Stockholm operates a regulated market, Nasdaq Stockholm and a multilateral trading facility, Nasdaq First North Bond Market. Furthermore, there are submarkets that are separated based on instrument type, target investors and currencies. Please contact our fixed income team to find out which market is suitable for you.


The Listing Process

The listing process for debt instruments is the same for all instrument types. The process is comprised of two simple stages.

  1. Issuer Application
    First, an issuer must be approved by the exchange. The application to be approved as an issuer is sent to iss@nasdaq.com, the review is completed within two weeks.

  2. Instrument Application
    Approved issuers can submit applications to list instruments via Nasdaq Listing Center, an online tool that lets issuers send all required documentation electronically. The instrument application process takes a maximum of two business days but is often completed within one day when the application is received before 12 am.

For more information regarding the application process, listing requirements or fees, don’t hesitate to contact our fixed income team.

Trading

We publish trade by trade statistics intraday for electronically traded segments and aggregated trade statistics for OTC traded segments. All listed instruments benefit from more transparent trading.

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