By
Divya Jyoti Mehra
Roll no. 771
INTRODUCTION
 A stock market or exchange is the center of a network of
transactions where securities buyers meet sellers ...
OLD STOCK EXCHANGE (Borsen)
 One of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen is the Old Stock
Exchange - situated on the island...
CSE FACTS
 There are nearly 200 companies listed on the Copenhagen Stock
Exchange. The market value of listed companies a...
APPROACHING THE CSE
1. Several dozen brokerages in the United States have been long-
term members of the Danish stock mark...
OMXC20
 OMX Copenhagen 20 CAP is the Copenhagen Stock
Exchange's leading share index.
 The index consists of the 20 most...
OMXC Smallcap+
 The OMXC Smallcap+ index consists of companies
with a market value of less than €150 million. The
“plus”,...
REASONS FOR SUCCESS
In the every changing global market place, Denmark has managed to make its
name as a top investment de...
CONTI…
4. Extremely simple to start a company
Red tape and delay in getting permits are two of the most common complaints ...
THANK YOU
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Stock market in denmark

  1. 1. By Divya Jyoti Mehra Roll no. 771
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  A stock market or exchange is the center of a network of transactions where securities buyers meet sellers at a certain price. 1. GXG Markets (gxgmarkets.com) The Danish Authorised Marketplace is an Internet stock exchange primarily for growth companies (in Danish only). 2. Dansk OTC (www.danskotc.dk) The Danish marketplace for unlisted equities (in Danish only).  The Copenhagen Stock Exchange or CSE is an international marketplace for Danish securities, including shares, bonds, treasury bills and notes, and financial futures and options. CSE is one of the OMX Exchanges, which was founded in 2003 and since February 2008, is part of the NASDAQ OMX Group.  The CSE main index, C20 Index lists 20 Danish blue chips.
  3. 3. OLD STOCK EXCHANGE (Borsen)  One of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen is the Old Stock Exchange - situated on the island of Slotsholmen and built by King Christian IV (1577-1648 - ruled Denmark and Norway 1588- 1648) in 1619-1640. The King was called the great builder and architect of Copenhagen - and had the ambitions to turn Copenhagen into a financial and trade centre by creating this magnificent building that housed the Danish stock-market until 1974. The Danish stock-market has moved to more modern and suitable facilities. The Stock building was designed in the Dutch Renaissance style with its prominent spire of four dragons with their tails twisting towards the top and ending in a spear with three crowns representing The Kalmar Union between Denmark - Norway and Sweden symbolizing the close relationship among the three Nordic countries. The tower and spire is almost 60 meters high and the entire building has survived all of the great fires that have ravaged Copenhagen up to date.
  4. 4. CSE FACTS  There are nearly 200 companies listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The market value of listed companies at the beginning of 2004 amounted to more than €97 billion ($116.7 billion) and the market value has increased since.  The size of the Danish stock market has always been relatively small compared to the Danish bond market. This should be viewed in light of the large mortgage credit sector that also finance buildings acquired by the Danish firms .  The Copenhagen Stock Exchange estimates that shareholdings owned by foreign investors exceed 25%. In 2005, the Danish initial public offering market slowly started to emerge, and a number of new listings are expected  The market for private and public placements seems to be continuing at the same level as in recent years. The securities market is still dominated by public-to-private transactions. In recent years, private equity funds have acquired and delisted a large number of companies on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange (the latest example being the tender offer on Foras Holding A/S and ISS A/S).
  5. 5. APPROACHING THE CSE 1. Several dozen brokerages in the United States have been long- term members of the Danish stock market. These brokers have presence on the stock market floor, allowing you to move your investments quickly. 2. The Copenhagen Exchange allows you to establish a maximum price for purchasing shares, a minimum share for selling shares and a preordained time for transactions. 3. The rules of the Exchange require investors to provide stocks, money or property to protect the bank from speculative ventures like derivatives. 4. While the market in Copenhagen follows international trade rules, foreign investors must follow specific banking and commerce rules in Denmark. 5. The Nordic Exchange through OMX. connects investors through Copenhagen to markets in Scandinavian and Baltic countries in an instant. 6. The KVX index in Copenhagen includes dozens of medical technology, software and other high-tech ventures that have demonstrated strong growth over the last few years.
  6. 6. OMXC20  OMX Copenhagen 20 CAP is the Copenhagen Stock Exchange's leading share index.  The index consists of the 20 most actively traded shares on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.  The limited number of constituents guarantees that all the underlying shares of the index have excellent liquidity, which results in an index that is highly suitable as underlying for derivatives products.  OMXC20CAP is a tradable index on which futures and options are issued.  The composition of the OMXC20CAP index is revised twice a year.  The OMXC20CAP is a market weighted price index.
  7. 7. OMXC Smallcap+  The OMXC Smallcap+ index consists of companies with a market value of less than €150 million. The “plus”, which is included in the index name, implies that the companies of this index have been making a special effort in frequently conveying relevant company information to the stock exchange.  In June and December it is evaluated, whether the companies still fulfil the requirements of being included in the index.  Like the OMXC20, this index is value weighted, giving relatively more directional power to the largest stocks
  8. 8. REASONS FOR SUCCESS In the every changing global market place, Denmark has managed to make its name as a top investment destination across the world due to: 1. Complete transparency The hallmark of good governance is the level of transparency in the day-to-day dealings. Denmark has been consistently voted one of the least corrupt nations across the globe by various agencies that monitor corruption. This atmosphere ensures that companies can conduct their dealings, including those in Danish shares, in a fair manner. 2. Access to a large consumer base Any business needs a consumer base to thrive and expand. Since Denmark is a part of the European Union, companies can sell their products in any country within the European Union without any restriction. So in effect, companies have access to the entire European consumer base. 3. Very flexible laws related to labor Most companies across the world have a rigid system when it comes to labor laws. However, Denmark employs a system that allows companies based in the country to be flexible when recruiting or laying off employees. As a result, companies have an environment where they can work round the clock and all days of the year.
  9. 9. CONTI… 4. Extremely simple to start a company Red tape and delay in getting permits are two of the most common complaints by companies across the world. However, in Denmark, the average number of days to have your business up and running is five working days. This short time period is meant to encourage more and more businesses to set up shop in Denmark. 5. Access to an educated workforce Companies across the world face problem with recruiting because most countries do not have a high number of educated workforce. In Denmark, this is one issue, which is never faced. Denmark has a very high literacy rate. As a result, companies have access to a workforce, which is dynamic and educated. This helps companies work with the best minds thus leading to higher productivity. Consequently, the Danish shares enjoy a steady growth rate too. 6. Excellent transport network Another aspect that companies struggle with is the transport network. Most countries do not possess a network, which is seamless and integrated. Denmark on the other hand, has one of the top transport networks across the world. Both air and road networks are extremely well-operated thus allowing companies to move their goods faster. 7. Technology leaders and environmentally friendly practices Denmark leads the globe when it comes to the penetration of technology in the country. Nearly 80% of the population is tech savvy. Denmark also leads the world in using alternate fuels like bio fuels instead of fossil fuels like petroleum.
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