Nasdaq Baltic Welcomes New Member BlueOrange Bank in Riga and Vilnius

31.10.2018 RIG, TLN, VLN

Riga/Tallinn/Vilnius, Nasdaq Baltic Market, October 31, 2018 – Nasdaq (NDAQ) announces that BlueOrange Bank has been granted stock exchange membership to participate in trading on the Nasdaq Riga and Nasdaq Vilnius markets as of November 1, 2018.

BlueOrange Bank is a modern international bank founded in 2001. It provides banking, investment and financing services to private clients and corporate enterprises in Latvia, the Baltic States, Europe, and across the world. For more information please visit

“Participation in the status of an exchange member will allow the Bank to provide clients with access to publicly traded shares and bonds in Riga and Vilnius. This will expand the range of services provided by BlueOrange Bank in addition to providing settlement of securities in Nasdaq CSD and offering services of a Nasdaq First North certified advisor,” said Jānis Dubrovskis, Member of the Board at BlueOrange Bank.

“We are pleased to welcome BlueOrange Bank as a new Nasdaq Baltic exchange member in Riga and Vilnius. A broader membership list means more choices for investors to enter the Baltic market,” said Daiga Auziņa-Melalksne, Head of Exchange Services at Nasdaq Baltic and CEO of Nasdaq Riga.

BlueOrange Bank will trade on the Nasdaq Baltic Market under the trading code BORA. 
The complete list of exchange members is available on the Nasdaq Baltic website:

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