As communicated earlier, NASDAQ OMX Nordic will extend the voluntary post trade counterparty visibility model for ETFs traded on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki and Stockholm. Member may choose, separately from shares in the scope of the model, whether its identity (MPID) is displayed on the public trade ticker. Please see the details of the model in the IT Notice 48/14.
ETFs added to the voluntary post trade counterparty visibility model
Please find the list of the ETFs in the voluntary post trade counterparty visibility model enclosed to this notice.
* Norwegian ETFs admitted to trading at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and traded in NOK continue to have trade publication without counterparty visibility.
The current counterparty disclosure arrangement for ETFs, where MPID is displayed on the public trade ticker, is a default set-up for a member. Member who wishes to keep the default set-up on ETFs will automatically continue to do so.
How to subscribe for a change in post trade counterparty visibility for ETFs
Members who wish to change their settings on ETFs are asked to notify NASDAQ OMX Nordic via a form that can be obtained from their Key Account Manager. The first date to have the change effective is June 16, 2014. After June 16, 2014, members may change their set-up on a monthly basis. New choice will be applied from the first calendar month following the calendar month in which the submission of the notification is made.
INET Nordic Market Model
Changes are updated to the INET Nordic Market Model (version 2.29, valid as of June 16, 2014), which is available under NASDAQ OMX Nordic Rules and Regulations section at NASDAQ OMX website.
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NASDAQ OMX Nordic
NASDAQ OMX Nordic is not a legal entity but describes the common offering from the NASDAQ OMX exchanges in Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Iceland.
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