|Olympic Entertainment Group||OEG1T||EUR||0.00||1.820|
|OMX Baltic Benchmark GI||OMXBBGI||728.31||0.02|
|27.09.2016 - 13:56||FIN||Data on INVL Asset Management UAB issued investment funds units as of September 26, 2016|
|27.09.2016 - 11:26||SCM||Siguldas CMAS JSC notification of Home Member State|
|27.09.2016 - 10:38||RAR||JSC "Rigas autoelektroaparatu rupnica" notification of Home Member State|
|27.09.2016 - 10:02||AMG||Concerning a resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania|
|27.09.2016 - 09:59||ACL||Standard form for the notification of Home Member State|
The Nasdaq Baltic website publishes 15-minute delayed trading information from the Nasdaq Tallinn, Nasdaq Riga and Nasdaq Vilnius exchanges. Calculations of Latvian securities in LVL/EUR/LVL are based on Latvian Central Bank currency rates. Calculations of Lithuanian securities in LTL/EUR/LTL are based on Lithuanian Central Bank currency rates.
First North in the Baltic countries is an alternative marketplace for small growth companies, providing a world of opportunities on the Baltic financial markets. First North is a part of NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange. First North in the Baltic countries has the same business model as First North in the Nordic countries with some country and region specific adjustments and differences.
First North gives companies greater visibility and ease of access to equity capital, combining the benefits of being on-market with simplicity. That means that the companies admitted to trading at First North in the Baltic countries are given the same possibilities as large companies on Baltic Main market, but the regulations are lighter. And when the company is ready for the Main list it is a short step. You are almost there.
|07.04.2011||TLN||Law Firm VARUL becomes a Certified Adviser of the Alternative Market First North|
|09.03.2011||RIG||NASDAQ OMX Welcomes Goldinvest Asset Management to First North Baltic|
|23.08.2010||RIG||Ardente becomes a Certified Adviser of the Alternative Market First North|
|26.02.2010||TLN||First North Baltic - ready, steady, ...|
First North is an alternative market, operated by the different exchanges within NASDAQ OMX. It does not have the same legal status as a regulated market in EU, which is a term used in the EU directive, called MiFID. According to MiFID, trading can be organized with a less complicated set of rules within the framework of a Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF). First North is operating as MTF and Companies traded there are subject to the rules of First North and not the legal requirements of regulated market. Due to lower requirements in First North, the risk in such an investment may be higher than on the regulated market.