New Nasdaq rules aim to increase confidence in First North exchange

Nasdaq has evaluated its regulations out of consideration for companies, investors and the market as a whole, resulting in a number of small, predictable changes impacting the firm’s Nordic markets, says the head of surveillance at Nasdaq Copenhagen.

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Nasdaq has updated the rulebook for its First North Growth Market after a ”comprehensive examination” of the rules that apply in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.

Jakob Kaule, head of surveillance at Nasdaq Copenhagen, says that this was done to increase transparency and the confidence in First North as a market.

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