Nasdaq Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Nasdaq Stock Market Inc. and was created to extend Nasdaq's North American trading platformwithin Canada. Nasdaq Canada exists to enhance and ensure Canadian investors' immediate trading access (including real time availability of all relevant data) of all Nasdaq securities and issuers with the ability to raise capital more efficiently. Nasdaq Canada is regulated jointly by the NASDR and the Québec Securities Commission (CVMQ).
This enabled these firms to trade the 5,000 Nasdaq-listed companies directly through their local broker, including the 42 Canadian companies previously listed solely on Nasdaq U.S On December 2000, there were 146 Canadian companies were listed on NASDAQ.
Helen Kearns was the first President of Nasdaq Canada.On July 2004, Nasdaq announced the closing of Nasdaq Canada's only... Read More