Nasdaq Baltic welcomes new exchange member Interactive Brokers (U.K) Limited

Maria Nikolova

Interactive Brokers (U. K.) Limited has been granted membership to participate in trading on the Nasdaq Baltic Market as of February 1, 2018.

Nasdaq (NDAQ) announces that Interactive Brokers (U. K.) Limited has been granted membership to participate in trading on the Nasdaq Baltic Market as of February 1, 2018.

Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited has applied for membership on both regulated and alternative equity markets in all three stock exchanges: Nasdaq Tallinn, Nasdaq Riga and Nasdaq Vilnius.

The London-based Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited, which is Nasdaq Baltic’s 19th pan-Baltic member, offers online broker/dealer and clearing services for private and institutional trading clients. The company has been authorized to provide investment services since 2002 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – the U.K.’s financial regulator – and operates as a part of Interactive Brokers Group LLC.

“We are excited to welcome Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited, a company that’s active on over 120 markets, to the family of Nasdaq Baltic members. As one of the world’s largest brokerages, Interactive Brokers provides direct online trading execution to retail investors around the world. This is an important milestone for Baltic companies as it makes them more accessible to a global investor base,” said Daiga Auziņa-Melalksne, Head of Exchange Services at Nasdaq Baltic and the CEO of Nasdaq Riga. “We look forward to supporting this new member.”

Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited will trade on the Nasdaq Baltic Market under the trading code TMBC.

With global headquarters in Greenwich, Connecticut, Interactive Brokers currently has over 1,200 employees at offices in the United States, Switzerland, Canada, Hong Kong, the U.K., Australia, Hungary, Russia, Japan, India, and China.

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