Nasdaq First North

Nasdaq First North Growth Market is a division of Nasdaq Nordic and an alternative stock exchange (legally a multilateral trading facility) for smaller companies in Europe.[1] The market place Nya Marknaden in Stockholm changed name to First North in June 2006[2] and the First North exchange expanded to the stock exchange on Iceland in January 2007 and Helsinki in April 2007.

First North uses a less extensive rulebook than the main market. Unlike the regulated main market, every company on First North has a Certified Adviser to ensure that companies comply with all requirements and rules. It shares a single trading system with the main markets.

See alsoEdit

Stock market lists
Other lists


  1. ^ "Companies listed on Nasdaq First North". Nasdaq. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  2. ^ "OMX - press release". Cision Wire. Archived from the original on 2009-07-14. Retrieved 2006-05-16.

External linksEdit