Starting this month, U.S. firms have the choice to listing on Nasdaq’s Swedish Markets, widening entry to public funding for firms not but sufficiently big for the U.S. markets. Companies that select to listing with Nasdaq Swedish Markets be part of a market with the highest annualized return for traders of any market for the previous 40 years and should twin listing on the U.S. alternate.
Nasdaq’s Swedish markets appeal to a few of the most worthwhile sectors of enterprise, together with expertise, cleantech, biotech, medtech and gaming, and lists a few of the world giants in these areas, comparable to Astra Zeneca (AZN), ABB Group (ABB), Ericsson (ERIC), Investor AB (IVSBF), Volvo Cars (VLVOF), Evolution (EVGGF), Embracer Group (THQQF), and extra.
Along with the market’s big-name firms, one among the keys to Nasdaq Swedish Market’s success is the courtship and development of small-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which make up the bulk of the alternate. Nasdaq’s Swedish Markets are residence to the Nasdaq First North Growth Market and the Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market, each of that are devoted to serving to firms elevate investor visibility and put together them for a primary market itemizing.
The key advantages of itemizing on Nasdaq’s Swedish Markets embrace:
- Access to Capital (world/native)
- Visibility and Credibility
- Liquid Market
- Sector power
- Ease of Access
“Through a listing on Nasdaq’s Swedish markets, U.S. companies can increase their European investor reach and visibility. In addition, the Nordic ecosystem provides access to a very sophisticated investor pool focusing on impact and ESG investments,” stated Adam Kostyál, Head of European Listings at Nasdaq.
Nasdaq’s Swedish markets and its dedication to ESG has already helped U.S. firms like Smart Wires leverage their enterprise achievements to worldwide traders.
As an vitality transition enterprise headquartered in North Carolina, Smart Wires selected Nasdaq First North Growth Market attributable to its providing of a vibrant vacation spot to lift capital,” stated Peter Wells, Chief Executive Officer of Smart Wires. “By enhancing our possession base with long-term, ESG targeted traders in Europe, we’re broadening our development alternatives and rising consciousness of grid effectivity for a sustainable, safe, net-zero world.
The Nasdaq First North Growth market alone has seen 520 new listings in the final six years and helped quite a few firms develop their enterprise to develop into extra enticing and aggressive on the world stage.
Under U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation S Category 3 restrictions, firms can listing on Nasdaq Swedish Markets. Notably, firms with a connection to the Nordic or European market—with a valuation of greater than $50 million—are of explicit curiosity to Swedish and worldwide traders.
“Through a listing on Nasdaq’s Swedish markets or dual listing, U.S. companies will access a vibrant and dynamic ecosystem, giving companies access both Nordic and international investors,” stated Kostyál.