Discover Swedish growth companies
"Nordic Growth Market": giving you access to the Nordic capital market
Did you know that Swedish people are very keen stock market investors? While Germans only invest around a fifth of their money in equities and other financial instruments, the Swedes invest almost half. As a result, there are also considerably more stock market flotations than in Germany: because young Swedish growth companies see mainly the opportunities that the capital market offers, they do not shy away from the stock market.
Sources: EZB, own research
Germany vs. Sweden
As a consequence, the Nordic capital market is growing rapidly, and we want to make it accessible to investors through the Nordic Growth Market trading segment: Trading in the equities of Swedish growth companies is now available at Börse Stuttgart. This is a way of investing in a company at an early stage, and sharing in its potential growth. It creates interesting opportunities – especially for investors who are prepared to take risks and are seeking higher returns and diversification.
About "Nordic Growth Market"
"Nordic Growth Market" is a new trading segment in the open market (also referred to as the unofficial regulated market) of Börse Stuttgart. It focuses on equities listed on a trading platform in the Nordic countries, with a secondary listing on Börse Stuttgart. The equities of our Swedish reference exchange NGM, a subsidiary of Börse Stuttgart, are currently listed in the Nordic Growth Market segment. In addition to equities, certificates representing equities can also be listed in the segment.
Eurobattery Minerals AB is a Swedish mining company listed on NGM Nordic SME (BAT). As the foundation of the battery value chain the company’s vision is to help Europe become self-sufficient in ethical and fully traceable battery minerals for the electric vehicle industry. The company is focused on exploration and development of several nickel-cobalt-copper projects in Europe to supply raw material critical to the expanding electric vehicle battery market.
► Factsheet of Eurobattery Minerals
Quickbit is a Swedish fintech company that was founded in 2016 with the mission that more people and companies will use cryptocurrency in their everyday lives. Today Quickbit offer solutions for e-merchants to charge consumers in cryptocurrency and will also launch solutions for people to easily use cryptocurrency in their everyday lives. Quickbit has more than 40 employees based in four offices – Stockholm, Gibraltar, Tallinn and Lahore in Pakistan. In the financial year 2019/2020 sales exceeded SEK 4.6 billion with an operating profit of almost SEK 100 million. Quickbit has been listed on NGM Nordic SME since July 2019.
► Factsheet of Quickbit
Xpecunia Nordic is a greentech company that sells technical computing capacity. The company has larger production facilities and servers that are powered by renewable energy via its own solar parks. The computing capacity is based on its own AI models and is sold to customers globally. The head office is located in Stockholm.
How to trade in Swedish securities in the Nordic Growth Market
Investors can trade in Swedish securities in the Nordic Growth Market segment of the Stuttgart Exchange in euro on every exchange trading day from 9.00 to 17.30 hours CET. The function of the quality liquidity provider in trading at Börse Stuttgart is performed by EUWAX AG, which is also the liquidity provider in equity trading at NGM. This creates a liquidity bridge between the two trading venues.
The second-largest Swedish exchange, Nordic Growth Market NGM AB (NGM) is a subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart GmbH. NGM offers listing and trading of equities in Sweden. It opens the way for trading in securitised derivatives in the whole of Scandinavia on the Nordic Derivatives Exchange (NDX).
Nordic SME is NGM’s multilateral trading platform for the equities of growth companies, where 71 securities are currently available for trading. The sector focus is typical for the Swedish economy: technology, finance, property and industry.
NGM acts as an intermediary between Swedish growth companies and Boerse Stuttgart in the Nordic Growth Market trading segment. This means that companies approach NGM to gain a primary listing, and NGM applies to Boerse Stuttgart for the secondary listing.