About the Copenhagen Stock Exchange
The Nasdaq Copenhagen (CSE) was founded in 2014 and has become a leading exchange for Danish securities in Denmark. It was established following a merger between O M AB and HEX plc. The exchange lists company shares, fixed income tools, and derivatives. It uses an advanced electronic ordering system that sustainably manages order matching.
The exchange teams up with other exchanges such as Stockholm, Iceland, and Helsinki and it is a subsidiary of OMX Exchange Group, a member of NASDAQ. The investors are allowed to trade in a variety of securities, including the futures and options using the C20 Index as the principal asset.