Stock exchange listing

We help companies to get listed on the stock exchanges in Denmark and Sweden. Our primary focus is listing on the non-regulated growth exchanges, Nasdaq First North Growth Market, Spotlight Stock Market and Nordic Growth Market SME Nordic, but we also assist companies with listing on the Nasdaq main market. We execute direct listings and reverse mergers (listing via takeover of an existing listed company), and work for both Nordic and non-Nordic companies.

The IPOs we typically conduct on growth exchanges have a minimum offering of EUR 4 million and up to approximately EUR 40 million. We assist companies in the entire process, including stock market readiness, stock market listing and post stock market listing. With our focus on small and midcap companies that typically do not have any experience with the stock markets, or that do not have an organization that can handle the additional tasks a stock market listing process requires, we offer a “one point of contact” process where we relieve the company’s management and organization as much as possible.

With one point of contact, we are the company’s primary contact, hence limiting the management’s use of resources in relation to other involved parties. These other parties consist of: the stock exchange, possibly the FSA, share-issuing institution, bank liaison, lawyer, accountant, marketing and communication agencies/agents and sales agent.

IPO readiness ensures that the company meets the requirements of the stock exchange, the authorities and investors. Thus the readiness secures fulfillment of the regulatory requirements and that the requirements for both a successful listing and capital injection, as well as a successful presence on the stock exchange. With our insight into all facets of an IPO on both regulated and non-regulated markets, we ensure that the company is prepared.

In connection with the stock exchange listing, we carry out, among other, the following tasks:

  • Prospectus or company description/investment memorandum
  • Pricing and valuation
  • Size and tender structure
  • Due diligence
  • Investor contact and investor road show
  • Rights issues and possibly sourcing of IPO underwriting and price stabilization
  • IR and marketing of the IPO/tender
  • Allocation of shares/units
  • Project management and contact/collaboration with all other participants, organizations and authorities


Some companies need capital prior to IPO – a pre-IPO financing. See under CAPITAL RAISING for details.

One of the requirements to become and remain listed on Nasdaq First North and Nordic Growth Market MTF respectively is that the company has enlisted a special advisor. See more about this under: CERTIFIED ADVISER AND MENTOR

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