Marel on Nasdaq OMX Iceland
Representatives from Marel and NASDAQ with guests, as 20 years of Marel listing was celebrated on October 18
From research project to global leader
On 29 June, Marel celebrates 20 years of trading on the Icelandic stock market. Since listing its shares, Marel has become the largest listed company on Nasdaq OMX Iceland, by market value.
On October 18, Marel was given the honour of ringing the opening bell of NASDAQ stock market in New York.
Helga Bjork Eiriksdottir, Marel's Manager of Investor Relations, leads us through Marel's 20 year history on the Icelandic stock market.
Arni Oddur Thordarson, Marel's Chairman of the Board, speaks about Marel's ambitious growth strategy and the Icelandic market.
Kristinn Andersen, Senior R&D Manager at Marel, talks about how technology has shaped society and the importance of technical education for companies like Marel and the economy as a whole.
Strong shareholder base
Indexed share price development
(Jan 1, 1993 = 100)
Marel has about 2,200 shareholders. International investors have been increasing their holdings in recent years. Currently, 17% of the shares are held by investors outside of Iceland. Marel's shares have grown sixtyfold since 1992.
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Annual report 2011 website
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