Nasdaq Baltic exchanges provide electronic trading in Baltic -listed securities: equities, bonds and investment fund units.  

Trading on the Baltic exchanges is done:

  • On INET – the world’s leading trading system
  • On Genium INET – the electronic high capacity trading platform for fixed income and derivative instruments

Read more about Nasdaq Baltic exchanges’ trading system INET here.

Services Related to Trading of Securities


To be admitted to trading on the Baltic Market, a bank or a brokerage company must obtain the status of a stock exchange member. A bank or a brokerage company can either obtain membership in one of the Baltic exchanges or, alternatively, become a Baltic member and thus gain admittance to trading in any of the Baltic exchanges.   

Note: private individuals wishing to trade in securities on the Baltic Market need the intermediation of an exchange member.

Read more about Baltic membership here.

Broker Training Courses

In order to conduct trading on Nasdaq Baltic exchanges, at least two employees of an exchange member must be authorized as exchange traders  for the electronic trading systems INET and Genium INET.

Baltic Market Making Program

To enhance the liquidity and thus attractiveness of the Baltic Market, the Baltic exchanges have introduced a Baltic Market Making Program. Members that have joined the Program provide extra assurance to investors. Their task is to maintain bid and offer orders a certain size within a defined price spread for the selected shares on a continuous basis.  

Read more about market making and the Market Making Program here.