Thesis Competition 2019
Nasdaq Baltic is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 Nasdaq Baltic Thesis Competition.
Taking first place and winning a EUR 1000 prize were Emīls Seilis and Ralfs Sataki, co-authors of the bachelor thesis “Global Market Integration and Stock Market Liquidity: Analysis of the Baltic Region” at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga.
From left: Ralfs Sataki; Liene Dubava, Chairman of the Nasdaq Baltic Thesis Competition Evaluation Committee; and Emīls Seilis
Second place and a EUR 500 prize went to Rytis Urbanavičius of the ISM University of Management and Economics for his thesis “The Impact of Board Composition on the Performance of Companies Listed on Nasdaq Baltic”.
From left: Rytis Urbanavičius and Saulius Malinauskas, Director of Nasdaq Vilnius
Kaspar Kolk, a student at the University of Tarty, took third place and won a EUR 250 prize with his thesis titled: “Raising Capital in Investment Based Crowdfunding Transactions: The Scope of Investor Protection”.
From left: Kaarel Ots, CEO of Nasdaq Tallinn and Kaspar Kolk.