Nasdaq Baltic market represents a joint offering of Nasdaq’s exchanges in Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius as well as Nasdaq CSD.

Nasdaq Baltic market includes a common Baltic equities market with harmonized trading rules and market practices, same trading system, joint trading lists, harmonized indexes, a single membership, trading and settlement currency allowing investors easy access to all Baltic listed financial instruments through any of the pan-Baltic members.

Nasdaq Baltic maintains a regulated, open and efficient market infrastructure. It strives to be an efficient channel for companies to raise capital and to facilitate the participation of institutional and private investors in primary offerings and secondary trading.

Nasdaq Ownership Structure in Baltic Exchanges

Nasdaq Ownership (percent)

Nasdaq Tallinn AS100% owned by Nasdaq Nordic, Ltd.
Nasdaq CSD SE branch in Estonia100% owned by Nasdaq CSD SE
Nasdaq Riga, AS92,98% owned by Nasdaq Nordic, Ltd.
Nasdaq CSD SE100% owned by Nasdaq Nordic, Ltd.
AB Nasdaq Vilnius97,56% owned by Nasdaq Helsinki, Ltd.
Nasdaq CSD SE branch in Lithuania100% owned by Nasdaq CSD SE