TINWire Tech News Roundup: 17 September 18

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NZX announced last week that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Nasdaq, with the two exchanges agreeing to explore ways to promote dual listings. The tie-up is designed to help New Zealand firms accelerate their growth in the US without losing their connection to the domestic market. NZX CEO Mark Petersen said it should soon be as easy for Kiwi companies to dual-list on the Nasdaq stock exchange as it is for them to set up listings on the Australian stock exchange.

You’ll be able to hear more from Nasdaq when, in just over a month’s time, we welcome Rebecca Smith, head of listings and capital markets at Nasdaq Asia, as one of the guest speakers at our TIN Report and Awards launch in Auckland. Reserve your place now and hear first-hand what Nasdaq is doing to support NZ company growth in Asia…

All the best,
Greg & the TIN Team

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