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  • July 12 2016 – HansaMatrix (short name: HMX1R) has been listed on the Nasdaq Baltic Main List by Nasdaq Riga as of July 12 2016

  • This represents a breakthrough in equity listings in Latvia as it is the first Main List addition since 2004. The share listing of HansaMatrix comes after the company’s recent private placement of new and existing shares to various investors.
  • The sole global co-ordinator and bookrunner was LHV Bank. After the most recent capital increase, HansaMatrix’s share capital consists of 1,829,381 ordinary shares with a nominal value of EUR 1. All the shares have been listed on the Nasdaq Baltic Main List. 

    HansaMatrix’s CEO Ilmārs Osmanis noted that: „It is a proud and exciting moment for me, after founding this company over 15 years ago. Listing the company and attracting capital gives us additional visibility and more possibilities to develop this business further. It was invaluable to hear the various views and suggestions of investors during the capital attraction process and I look forward to working together with the new shareholders.”

    “We are pleased to welcome HansaMatrix to the Baltic Main Market, where new investors and existing shareholders can take part in the company’s growth story,” said Daiga Auziņa-Melalksne, Head of Nasdaq Baltic Exchange Services and Head of Nasdaq Riga. “High-growth small and medium sized companies are the backbone of our economic growth and job creation, and it is extremely important to support them with appropriate funding. We believe that successful listing on the Nasdaq Baltic Market will help HansaMatrix to grow into a renowned company and will serve as a role model for other Baltic companies”.

    LHV Bank’s Head of Institutional Markets, Ivars Bergmanis stated that: „From the perspective that this is a typical Baltic SME enterprise, there are some important conclusions to draw. The majority of investors who have joined the company’s shareholder ranks are focussed on long-term growth rather than short term speculation. Due to this we are not expecting a burst of activity in the secondary trading. The success of a particular capital market should take into account more the possibility of a smaller company to attract financing rather than only generate liquidity for short-term speculators. From this we can conclude that this has been a very meaningful event in the development of the Latvian capital market.“