Investment advisory firm aims to list German firms in Sweden

The Swedish stock market is very attractive for German companies, not least of all tech companies. A German-Swedish investment advisory firm plans to introduce two German companies to Nasdaq First North this year.
Nasdaq Stockholm. | Photo: Nasdaq
Nasdaq Stockholm. | Photo: Nasdaq

Germany, there is no dynamic stock market like in Sweden. For example, the number of listed small and medium-sized companies is larger in the latter than the former, two founders of the investment advisory firm Catcap / Jarl Securities claim in a double interview with

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