Nasdaq Collaborates with Onbrane, Introduces Nasdaq Primary

The tool will facilitate the digitization of the debt capital raise process.

Onbrane is a European fintech company.

Nasdaq recently announced that it has partnered with Onbrane, a Europe-based financial technology firm providing technology-driven solutions to the debt market, for the launch of Nasdaq Primary.

According to the details shared by the company in an official announcement, Nasdaq Primary is an important tool that facilitates the digitization of the process of raising debt capital by providing an all-in-one platform for market participants.

Headquartered in France, Onbrane provides a broad range of services to players in the debt market. The company has expanded its services substantially in the past few months to meet the growing demand.

“Onbrane´s purpose is to help build a better, more sustainable primary debt market. We couldn’t think of a better partner than Nasdaq to do so. In addition to sharing the same passion for technology, Nasdaq and Onbrane share the same commitment and focus on bringing innovative technology to the debt market. We are very excited to partner with Nasdaq to provide the global primary debt market with a market infrastructure that answers today’s growing demand for efficiency, security compliance and sustainability,” said Pascal Lauffer, Onbrane’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer.

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