NGM stock exchange provides trading system to AktieTorget

Commencing November 17 of this year, Elasticia, which is owned and operated by NGM, will become AktieTorget’s new trading system. Consequently, all trading at NGM and AktieTorget will take place in the same trading system. The trading system Elasticia was developed by NGM and was launched during the fall of 2010. 

“Our trading system has been exceptionally robust and reliable since launch. We have introduced innovative functions in the trading system which is now market practice. Some of the leading market makers in Europe have selected us and praised our trading system.  The fact that a market operator now selects our trading system is an additional sign that NGM delivers top quality services. Our offering to our members becomes even stronger, with approximately 200 listed companies and 12,000 other securities. It is with great pleasure and confidence that we now enter into this cooperation with AktieTorget”, says Tommy Fransson, deputy CEO of NGM.

“The shift brings along several advantages for AktieTorget’s customers. The system will enable us to introduce changes in order to meet demand from the market. It will also become easier to enhance our offer to new and existing companies, in the long term for example by enabling trading in additional Nordic currencies. In addition, it will create a better platform for cooperation regarding MiFID II. Neither our investors, our listed companies, nor our partners will notice any changes when the shift takes place in November – that was important to us in our selection of trading system” says Peter Gönczi, CEO of AktieTorget.

Members and integrators will be notified separately and information is also available at www.ngm.se/for-medlemmar/.


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Tommy Fransson, deputy CEO
+46 8 566 390 49

tommy.fransson@ngm.se

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NGM is an authorized stock exchange with operations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The exchange was founded in 1984 and is today a wholly-owned subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart, the leading retail exchange in Germany. NGM offers a complete marketplace for exchange traded products and provides a complete platform for companies wishing to list shares. For more information about NGM, visit www.ngm.se. Follow us on Linkedin and Twitter. Nordic Growth Market NGM AB - SE-111 57 Stockholm, Mäster Samuelsgatan 42.

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Our trading system has been exceptionally robust and reliable since launch. We have introduced innovative functions in the trading system which is now market practice. Some of the leading market makers in Europe have selected us and praised our trading system. The fact that a market operator now selects our trading system is an additional sign that NGM delivers top quality services. Our offering to our members becomes even stronger, with approximately 200 listed companies and 12,000 other securities. It is with great pleasure and confidence that we now enter into this cooperation with AktieTorget
Tommy Fransson, deputy CEO
The shift brings along several advantages for AktieTorget’s customers. The system will enable us to introduce changes in order to meet demand from the market. It will also become easier to enhance our offer to new and existing companies, in the long term for example by enabling trading in additional Nordic currencies. In addition, it will create a better platform for cooperation regarding MiFID II. Neither our investors, our listed companies, nor our partners will notice any changes when the shift takes place in November – that was important to us in our selection of trading system
Peter Gönczi, CEO of AktieTorget