Cornhill Capital is now a cash member of Nasdaq Copenhagen
This enables our clients to trade on the INET platform for Nordic and Baltic equities trading.
Nasdaq First North is Nasdaq’s European growth market that is established for SME growth businesses. It is a Multilateral Trading Facility and a division of Nasdaq Nordic. It is an alternative market operated by the various exchanges within Nasdaq. Companies that list on First North are subject to the rules of First North and so are supervised by the exchange and the Certified Advisers. This means that regulatory demands are less than if the company was listed on the main market.
Every company that lists on the exchange must appoint a Certified Adviser that monitors the company’s compliance with rules and regulations of First North. The certified adviser will audit the company that it is contracted to.
Small companies quoted on this market tend to have a higher risk profile along with higher potential rewards for investors. For companies listing, it combines the benefits of being public and is simplistic for companies that are seeking access to capital markets. It is also often the first step to the main market.
Clients of Cornhill capital will benefit from direct access to this trading venue. We are the only UK based broker that has access to this exchange and so are well positioned to assist clients with trading orders.
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For more information please contact our Nasdaq Nordic Team on 020 3700 2507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All investments involve a degree of risk. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the money you invested. Cornhill focuses primarily on the provision of investments and services which are regarded as high risk. Investments in smaller companies and investments that are not readily realisable are considered high risk investments and you may have difficulty in selling them at a reasonable price and in some circumstances it may be difficult to sell at any price. Investments in high risk products should only be considered as suitable for high risk investors or as part of an overall balanced portfolio of investments. If you have any doubts about the suitability of an investment you should seek professional advice. Click for more info.