Rules and regulations serve an important purpose, which is to sustain confidence in the financial market, enable a common framework for listed companies, and protect minority stakeholders such as retail investors.

Listing requirements are a vital part of a listing. There are requirements to become listed as well as ongoing requirements that need to be fulfilled while a company is listed. Disclosure rules regulate the procedures for when and how listed companies disclose information to the market. All information that is likely to materially influence the valuation of a listed company must be published in a way that ensures that it reaches all market participants simultaneously.

Nasdaq Baltic consists of the stock exchanges in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. The three exchanges are separate legal entities in different jurisdictions, and therefore each exchange has its own regulations.

For more information, choose an exchange from the menu on the left.