SBC News Mr Green lists up on main Nasdaq Nordic market

Mr Green lists up on main Nasdaq Nordic market

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The governance of Mr Green & Co (Mr Green) has confirmed that the company has officially moved its main market listing from Sweden’s mid-size AktieTorget, to floating on the Nasdaq Nordic Market (Stockholm).

The European igaming operator becomes the 76th enterprise to list at Nasdaq’s Nordic markets in 2016. This November, Mr Green’s governance announced that it would change main listing for the bigger Nasdaq market stating that it viewed its decision as a logical step’ for the company’s long-term progression.

Commenting on the firm’s Nasdaq Nordic listing Mr Green CEO Per Norman stated “We launched our new technology platform earlier this year and have already started to implement and deliver on our new business strategy, and there is no doubt that our customers like the new Mr Green”

“I am happy and proud of what our organisation has achieved in such a short period of time and look forward to our journey of change towards continued growth”.

In its November  update to corporate stakeholders,  Mr Green governance detailed that its placement on the Nasdaq’s main Scandinavian market would help the operator ‘attract a broader range of investors’ as the company continues to target international growth.

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