Nasdaq Tallinn is the only regulated secondary securities market in Estonia. It maintains regulated, open and efficient market infrastructure.
The exchange provides companies with an efficient channel to raise capital and to facilitate the participation of institutional and private investors in primary offerings and secondary trading.
The exchange brings together investors, listed companies seeking access to capital resources, and exchange members who mediate securities transactions for investors through a common electronic trading system.
Nasdaq Tallinn uses the INET trading system for trading in equities, Nasdaq’s core technology used on all Nasdaq equity markets across the world. For trading and primary auctions in fixed-income securities, Nasdaq Tallinn uses the Genium INET trading system, used also on the Baltic and Nordic exchanges.
Nasdaq Tallinn is licensed and supervised by the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority.
The owner of Nasdaq Tallinn AS is Nasdaq Nordic, Ltd.