Sibbern returns to Scandinavia to head Nasdaq's European business

The stock exchange group names Bjørn Sibbern to lead its European business from Nasdaq's Stockholm office.

The Nasdaq group, which runs and operates stock exchanges in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Stockholm and potentially soon Oslo, has appointed Bjørn Sibbern to head its European platform in a newly created role as president, European Markets.

In this role, Sibbern will be responsible for managing trading, clearing, settlement and data business in the Nordics and Baltics from the group's Stockholm office, Nasdaq writes in a press release. In addition, he will also lead Nasdaq's effort to expand its presence and influence across the continent.

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