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Frequently Asked Questions
  What are the fees for a Nasdaq listed company to list a new class of securities?
Identification Number 1057
There are no fees for companies listed on the Nasdaq Global or Global Select Markets, except for a non-refundable $25,000 initial application fee. 

For companies listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market,
the company will owe application and entry fee, as set forth in Listing Rule 5900 Series and further detailed in our Initial Listing Guide.  The company should submit the application fee at the time of application. Shortly after listing, the company will be sent an invoice for the entry fee.
Entry fees for listing a new class of securities on the Capital Market are based on the total shares outstanding of the new security at the time of listing. However, the total amount of entry fees owed by a company for all classes of securities on the same fee schedule that are listed on the Capital Market is presently capped at $75,000. If a company has previously paid entry fees up to the applicable fee cap, then only the application fee is charged for listing the new class of securities.
Publication Date*: 5/15/2023 Mailto Link Identification Number: 1057
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