Nasdaq Global Subscriber Agreement

We know that it can be difficult to board and familiarize yourself with a new supplier, which is why we are committed to simplifying the process to get you back to the tasks that require your attention. Please read the helpful documents below and contact us if you have any other recommendations or questions. a qualified individual or trust that uses data only for personal and non-commercial purposes and is not qualified for a natural person working in the United States: (i) is registered or qualified in any capacity with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, a public securities agency, a stock exchange or a securities association or a securities exchange or a securities exchange; (ii) act as “investment advisors,” as defined in Section 202 (a) (a) (11) of the Investment Consultants Act 1940 (whether registered or unqualified under the Investment Consultants Act); or (iii) are employed by a bank or other organization that, under federal or securities laws, is exempt from registration to perform functions that would require registration or qualification if such functions were performed for an organization that is not exempt; or for a natural person working outside the United States, would not disqualify the same functions as a non-professional user in the United States. “Professional subscriber” means all other people who do not meet the definition of non-professional subscriber. Under the terms of the Nasdaq Global Data Agreement, Nasdaq Information distributors must comply with the following data management guidelines. The Nasdaq reserves the right to update policies if necessary. This manual is regularly updated and interim updates are communicated to customers via Nasdaq Data News Alerts. Whether you`re implementing a new data product from Nasdaq or have questions about your existing account, this site is the single point of contact for all your administrative requirements.