Mangold Fondkommission organises trading in unlisted securities.
For more detailed information about a specific security simply click on the security in the list.
Please note that only banks and securities firms may place orders on the Mangold list. For those Banks and securities firms who wish to place orders, please call the trading desk, tel.no: +46 (0) 8-50 30 15 85. We advise individuals and companies who wish to place an order to contact their bank or securities firm.
Individuals and businesses who have questions are asked to call Richard Ericson at Mangold tel.no: +46 (0) 8-50 30 1573.
In order to list a company's shares on the Mangold list, the company must be public and its shares must be unlisted and registered with Euroclear Sweden AB. Furthermore, the company’s shares must not be subject to pre-emption. Mangold Fondkommission can also organize trading in other financial instruments.
Mangold Fondkommission has permission, according to Chapter 2, Article 1 § 1 p. Securities Markets Act ("VML") to receive and transmit orders in relation to one or several financial instruments and thus organize trading in such instruments. Mangold also has a market surveillance function acc. Chapter 8, § 13 VML, which oversees trading and price formation in order to ensure that trading is done in compliance with our rules, the VML, regulations and good practice in the securities market.
The Mangold list is neither a regulated market nor a multilateral trading facility. The companies whose shares are traded on the Mangold list do not need to follow the rules that apply to companies whose shares are traded on a regulated market or a multilateral trading facility. Therefore, investments in companies listed on the Mangold list may have a higher risk than investments in companies that are listed on a regulated market or a multilateral trading facility.
Placing orders on the Mangold list is done by telephone. Since telephone trading is not as effective as electronic trading, it may take time to place an order. This also means that the liquidity of the Mangold-list is usually lower than on regulated markets and multilateral trading facilities. Investing on the Mangold-list may therefore be riskier than investments in shares traded electronically.
Mangold does not perform any legal or financial due diligence of companies admitted to trading on the Mangold list. Nor does Mangold assume any responsibility for companies listed on the Mangold list with regard to the management of their information disclosure, financial reporting or other duties.