Nasdaq Riga, taking into account the mutual agreement made between Nasdaq Riga and SIA “ECF group”, on February 21, 2018 decided to terminate SIA “ECF group” (previous name SIA „Eventus Corporate Finance”) Certified Adviser status on First North market as of March 1, 2018.
SIA “ECF group” became a Certified Adviser on August 1, 2010 and provided the First North Certified Advisers service in Latvia.
The full list of First North Certified Advisers available here.
About First North
First North is regulated as a multilateral trading facility, operated by the different exchanges at Nasdaq. It does not have the legal status as a regulated market in the EU. The regulatory demands are less extensive than on the regulated market and hence there is a higher risk connected to investments on First North. This can also mean higher earnings potential on investments. First North provides a large investor base since it operates on the same trading and settlement systems as the Baltic regulated market.
Nasdaq Baltic is a common name for exchanges, regulated markets, alternative markets First North operated by Nasdaq companies in the Baltic states, i.e. Nasdaq Tallinn AS, Nasdaq Riga, AS and AB Nasdaq Vilnius.