Marknadsmeddelande 183/17 - AktieTorget to migrate to the Elasticia trading platform
AktieTorget has decided it will be moving its trading onto the Nordic Growth Market (NGM) Elasticia trading platform. The new platform is scheduled to be live on November 2017.
Elasticia is a flexible, highly scalable trading platform targeting listing and trading of growth companies.
- Flexibility has become an important factor for market participants, investors and listed companies, and the implementation of Elasticia will strengthen the competitive position of AktieTorget. The system will make it easier for AktieTorget to implement changes to respond to market demands but also to extend our offering towards new and existing companies, says Mr. Peter Gönczi CEO of AktieTorget.
- The Elasticia trading platform is currently used by Nordic Growth Market. Most of the Nordic banks and brokers are already connected to the platform. This makes us confident that the Elasticia is the right choice for AktieTorget and it provides a seamless migration for member firms, says Gönczi.
- We are delighted that AktieTorget has chosen Elasticia for its trading platform. The Elasticia platform can evolve as AktieTorget develops its business further, says Mr. Tommy Fransson, Deputy CEO of NGM.
The migration process is communicated through NGM Forum – Elasticia Participant (a.k.a. ngm-dev). If you require access to this forum please contact:
+46 8 566 390 60
The migration is further described on http://www.ngm.se/aktietorget/
A timetable for the implementation of the migration will be confirmed at a later stage.
AktieTorget is a Stock Exchange only for growth companies and committed investors. AktieTorget offers listing and trading of growth company shares and the business idea is to provide a fair and transparent Stock Exchange. We support listed companies with a tool for growth and development and thanks to partnerships with SvD, FinWire and Cision, AktieTorget can offer the listed companies visibility. Many entrepreneurial growth companies are listed, including companies such as Cherry, Storytel and Bahnhof. The operations are under the supervision of Finansinspektionen.