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Oslo Børs VPS
The Oslo Børs VPS group consists of Oslo Børs ASA, Verdipapirsentralen ASA (VPS) and Oslo Market Solutions AS. VPS is the only central securities depository (CSD) in Norway, and provides an efficient infrastructure and services for the settlement of transactions in securities and the registration of ownership rights over securities.
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VPS owns Centevo AB who delivers digital asset management services and back office support in the Nordic region.
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Oslo Market Solutions (OMS) is one of the leading Nordic suppliers of internet-based solutions for the financial markets. With a Nordic perspective, OMS focus on high availability, quality, innovation, design, speed and flexibility towards clients.
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Oslo Børs offers the only regulated markets for securities trading in Norway today and is world-leading in the energy, shipping and seafood sectors. Oslo Børs will serve as the Euronext group’s centre of excellence for Commodities.
Oslo Børs owns NOTC AS, a trading support system and marketplace for unlisted shares.
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Oslo Børs owns Fish Pool ASA, an international, regulated marketplace for trading of financial salmon contracts.
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Listing and membership on Oslo Børs
Oslo Børs stand out from the rest of the Nordic markets with many new share listings, and a cost effective and speedy process for admission to listing. A company that has its shares listed on Oslo Børs will find it quicker and easier to list other types of securities, such as bonds or short-term certificates. Oslo Børs also offers listing of ETPs (Exchange Traded Products), warrants and structured products.
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Members at Oslo Børs enjoy direct trading access to a large proportion of the world's financial instruments within the energy, shipping and seafood sectors. Member and trading rules for the Oslo Børs marketplaces meet European standards.
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