Nasdaq reaches 1000 listed companies across its Nordic and Baltic markets


Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) today announced that the number of listed companies across its Nordic and Baltic markets will exceed 1,000, as Kojamo enters the Nasdaq Helsinki Main Market while Arion Bank completes its dual listing on the Nasdaq Iceland and Nasdaq Stockholm Main Markets. This is the first time ever the total number of listed companies across the Nordic and Baltic markets reaches this level.

This is a fantastic milestone which further underlines the strength of our markets,” commented Lauri Rosendahl, President of Nasdaq Nordic. “Providing entrepreneurs with better access to capital through our markets is at the heart of Nasdaq’s business. We have seen tremendous growth in recent years and I am proud that we now have more than 1,000 companies leveraging Nasdaq’s Nordic and Baltic listings platform.

The growth in number of listed companies is primarily explained by the success of Nasdaq First North, Nasdaq’s European growth market for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The market has seen an exceptional inflow of new companies in recent years, with 165 new listings (capital raised: 1.8 billion EUR) since the beginning of 2016. In addition, more than 60 companies have matured and switched from Nasdaq First North to the Main Market since Nasdaq launched its growth market in 2006.

Currently, 335 companies are listed on Nasdaq First North. Nasdaq continues to see an interest from from issuers and advisors also outside the Nordic and Baltic regions, primarily in the technology and gaming sectors.

Nasdaq First North is now a natural part of the Nordic and Baltic financial eco system and a platform leveraged by growth companies from all over Europe,” said Adam Kostyál, SVP and Head of European Listings, Nasdaq. “We are contiously working to improve our listings offering to benefit both issuers and investors, and look forward to maintain Nasdaq First North’s position as Europe’s leading growth platform for SMEs.

Nasdaq Nordic & Baltic
Total Number of Listed Companies
2014*792
2015*852
2016*900
2017*984
2018YTD**1,002
* By year end
** As of June 15, 2018, Excluding 15 dual listed companies

 

Nasdaq Nordic & Baltic
         Companies per ICB Sector         
Oil & Gas27
Basic Materials47
Industrials238
Consumer Goods113
Health Care149
Consumer Services102
Telecommunications15
Utilities13
FInancials178
Technology120
1002
Data as of June 15, 2018

 

   Nasdaq Nordic & Baltic – Listed Companies per Market      
Main MarketNasdaq First North
Stockholm328288
Helsinki12925
Copenhagen13516
Iceland185
Tallinn181
Riga222
Vilnius282
678339
Data as of June 15, 2018. Including 15 dual listed companies

 

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