5900. Company Listing Fees

5901. Preamble to Company Listing Fees

This section sets forth the required fees for Companies both seeking listing and currently listed on Nasdaq. Rule 5930 describes fees for Linked Securities, SEEDS, and Other Securities qualified for listing under Rule 5710, 5715 or 5730. Rule 5940 describes fees for other Exchange Listed Products. The fees for all other Companies are described in Rule 5910 (for the Global and Global Select Markets) and Rule 5920 (for the Capital Market). With certain exceptions, a Company that submits an application to list any class of its securities must pay a non-refundable application fee, and an entry fee as described in Rule 5910(a), which is based on the number of shares being listed. Listed Companies must also pay an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Apr. 27, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-040); amended June 16, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-052); amended Nov. 7, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-087), operative Jan. 1, 2015; amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

5910. The Nasdaq Global Market (including the Nasdaq Global Select Market)

(a) Entry Fee

(1) A Company that submits an application to list any class of its securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series) on the Nasdaq Global Market, shall pay to Nasdaq a fee calculated on total shares outstanding, according to the following schedule. This fee will be assessed on the date of listing on the Nasdaq Global Market, except for the application fees described in paragraph (a)(11), below.

(A) For a Company that submits an application to list any class of its securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series) to Nasdaq before January 1, 2019, and lists before July 1, 2019:

Up to 30 million shares $125,000

30+ to 50 million shares $150,000

50+ to 100 million shares $200,000

Over 100 million shares $225,000

(B) For any other Company that submits an application to list any class of its securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series):

Up to 30 million shares $150,000

30+ to 40 million shares $170,000

40+ to 50 million shares $210,000

50+ to 60 million shares $250,000

60+ to 70 million shares $290,000

Over 70 million shares $295,000

(2) Total shares outstanding means the aggregate of all classes of equity securities to be listed on the Nasdaq Global Market as shown in the Company's most recent periodic report or in more recent information held by Nasdaq or, in the case of new issues, as shown in the offering circular, required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority. In the case of foreign companies, total shares outstanding shall include only those shares issued and outstanding in the United States.

(3) A closed-end management investment company regulated under the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (a "Closed-End Fund"), that submits an application for listing on the Nasdaq Global Market shall pay to Nasdaq an entry fee of $5,000 (of which $1,000 represents a non-refundable application fee).

(4) A Company that submits an application to list any class of rights on the Nasdaq Global Market, shall pay, at the time of its application, a non-refundable application fee of $1,000 to Nasdaq.

(5) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the entry fee prescribed herein.

(6) If the application is withdrawn or is not approved, the entry fee (less the non-refundable application fee) shall be refunded.

(7) The fees described in this Rule 5910(a) shall not be applicable with respect to any securities that:

(i) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities transfers their listing exclusively to the Nasdaq Global Market;

(ii) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities ceases to maintain their listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the securities instead are designated as national market securities under Rule 5220;

(iii) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities is acquired by an unlisted company and, in connection with the acquisition, the unlisted company lists exclusively on the Nasdaq Global Market; or

(iv) are listed on Nasdaq by a newly formed Company resulting from a transaction between two or more Nasdaq-listed Companies (or involving assets from such Companies), where at least one of the Nasdaq-listed Companies ceases to be separately listed.

(8) The fees described in this Rule 5910(a) shall not be applicable to a Company

(i) whose securities are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and designated as national market securities pursuant to the plan governing New York Stock Exchange securities at the time such securities are approved for listing on Nasdaq; and

(ii) that maintains such listing and designation after it lists such securities on Nasdaq.

(9) A Company that transfers its listing from the Nasdaq Capital Market to the Nasdaq Global Market shall not be required to pay the entry fee described in this Rule 5910(a), provided that:

(i) the Company listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market prior to January 1, 2007; or

(ii) the Company listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market on or after January 1, 2007 and did not qualify for the Nasdaq Global Market at the time of its initial listing on the Nasdaq Capital Market. Any other Company that transfers its listing from the Nasdaq Capital Market to the Nasdaq Global Market shall not be required to pay the application fee, but shall pay the entry fee described in this Rule 5910(a) less the entry fee that was previously paid by the Company to Nasdaq in connection with listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market.

(10) A Company that submits an application for listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market, but prior to listing revises its application to seek listing on The Nasdaq Global Market, is not required to pay the application fee described in this Rule 5910(a) in connection with the revised application.

(11) A Company subject to the Entry Fee described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Rule must submit a non-refundable $25,000 initial application fee with its application. If the Company does not list within 12 months of submitting its application (or by October 15, 2014, if later), it will be assessed an additional non-refundable $5,000 application fee each 12 months thereafter to keep its application open. If a Company does not timely pay such additional application fee, its application will be closed and it will be required to submit a new application and initial application fee if it subsequently reapplies. Nasdaq will credit all application fees paid by the Company in connection with an application that has not been closed towards the Entry Fee payable upon listing.

(b) All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee

(1) A Company shall pay an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee. The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee eliminates standard annual fees, additional shares fees, record-keeping fees, substitution listing event fees, request for written interpretation fees and compliance plan review fees. Companies must still pay the fees described in Rules 5815(a)(3) and 5820(a) (for review by a Hearings Panel or the Nasdaq Listing and Hearing Review Council, respectively, of a Staff Delisting Determination or Public Reprimand Letter). Companies must also pay fees described in Rule 5910(a) relating to the listing of an additional class of securities of the Company.

(2) The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be calculated on total shares outstanding according to the following schedules:

(A) All domestic and foreign Companies listing equity securities, except as described below:

Up to 10 million shares $45,000

10+ to 50 million shares $55,000

50+ to 75 million shares $75,000

75+ to 100 million shares $100,000

100+ to 125 million shares $125,000

125+ to 150 million shares $135,000

Over 150 million shares $155,000

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are subject to the same fee schedule as other equity securities. For the purpose of determining the total shares outstanding, shares outstanding of all members in a REIT Family listed on the Nasdaq Global Market may be aggregated. The maximum annual fee applicable to such a REIT Family shall not exceed $155,000. For purposes of this rule, a "REIT Family" means three or more REITs that are provided management services by the same entity or by entities under common control.

(B) Companies listing American Depositary Receipts (ADRs):

Up to 10 million ADRs and other listed equity securities $45,000

10+ to 50 million ADRs and other listed equity securities $50,000 ($45,000 until December 31, 2018)

50+ to 75 million ADRs and other listed equity securities $60,000 ($52,500 until December 31, 2018)

Over 75 million ADRs and other listed equity securities $80,000 ($75,000 until December 31, 2018)

(C) Closed-end Funds:

Up to 50 million shares $30,000

50+ to 100 million shares $50,000

100+ to 250 million shares $75,000

Over 250 million shares $100,000

For the purpose of determining the total shares outstanding, fund sponsors may aggregate shares outstanding of all Closed-End Funds in the same fund family listed on the Nasdaq Global Market or the Nasdaq Capital Market, as shown in the Company's most recent periodic reports required to be filed with the appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq. A fund family is subject to the same fee schedule as a single Closed-End Fund and the maximum All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to a fund family shall not exceed $100,000. For purposes of this rule, a "fund family" is defined as two or more Closed-End Funds that have a common investment adviser or have investment advisers who are "affiliated persons" as defined in Section 2(a)(3) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended.

(D) Limited Partnerships:

Up to 75 million shares $37,500

75+ to 100 million shares $50,000

100+ to 125 million shares $62,500

125+ to 150 million shares $67,500

Over 150 million shares $77,500

(E) Investment Management Entities and Eligible Portfolio Companies:

Nasdaq will apply a 50% fee discount to the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee otherwise owed under paragraph (b)(2)(A) of this rule for Eligible Portfolio Companies and Investment Management Entities that have one or more Eligible Portfolio Companies. For purposes of this rule, an "Investment Management Entity" is a company listed on Nasdaq or another national securities exchange that manages private investment vehicles not registered under the Investment Company Act. An "Eligible Portfolio Company" of an Investment Management Entity is a Nasdaq-listed Company in which an Investment Management Entity has owned at least 20% of the common stock on a continuous basis since prior to that company's initial listing.

In order to qualify for this discount in any calendar year, a Company, other than a new listing, must submit satisfactory proof to Nasdaq no later than December 31st of the prior year that it satisfies the requirements specified above. A new listing that satisfies these requirements is eligible for the discount upon listing.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if an Investment Management Entity or Eligible Portfolio Company would otherwise be subject to an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee that is lower than the fee provided for in this paragraph (E), then the alternative fee schedule shall apply.

(3) Assessment of All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee

(A) In the first calendar year of listing, a Company's All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be based on the total shares outstanding as of the date of listing and will be prorated based on the month of listing. For example, a Company that lists on any day in March will owe 10/12 of the applicable annual fee; if it lists on any day in April, it will owe 9/12 of the applicable annual fee.

(B) After the first calendar year of listing, a Company's All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be assessed on January 1st for the upcoming calendar year based on the total shares outstanding as of December 31st of the prior year. If a Company is listed on January 1st, the Company will owe the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the entire year, even if the Company delists or is removed before the Company is billed or pays the fee for that year.

(C) For a Company with any equity securities listed on the Nasdaq Global or Global Select Markets, total shares outstanding shall mean, and the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the year shall be based on, the aggregate number of all securities outstanding for each class of equity securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series) listed on the Nasdaq Global Select, Global and Capital Markets as of January 1 of that year, as shown in the Company's periodic reports required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq. In the case of a foreign private issuer, the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be based on only those equity securities issued and outstanding in the United States, provided the Company notifies Nasdaq of that number by completing the appropriate form in the Nasdaq Listing Center.

(D) Transfers from Capital Market. If a Company transfers its listing from the Capital Market to the Global or Global Select Market, its All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be prorated based on the month of the transfer. Such a Company will owe the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the new market tier starting in the month of transfer and the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the Capital Market for all earlier months in the calendar year.

For example, a Company with 80 million total shares outstanding is listed on the Capital Market and transfers to the Global Market on October 20th. Its new All- Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the Global Market is $100,000, which is prorated from October to December, resulting in an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee due of $25,000 for its first calendar year of listing on the Global Market. Since this Company already paid an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee of $75,000 on the Capital Market, it will be credited $18,750, which represents the portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee already paid for listing on the Capital Market for the remainder of the year. The Company, therefore, has a balance due to Nasdaq of $6,250.

(E) No portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee paid is refundable if a class of securities is delisted or otherwise removed from The Nasdaq Stock Market. No portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee that is due and payable when a class of securities is delisted or otherwise removed from The Nasdaq Stock Market will be waived upon delisting or removal.

(F) Relisting. A Company that was suspended, delisted, or removed from Nasdaq for any reason, whether regulatory or voluntary, is not required to pay a second All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee if it relists in the same calendar year.

(G) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed herein.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Mar. 5, 2010 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-081), 5910(c) & (d) operative Jan. 1, 2010; amended Jan. 6, 2011 (SR-NASDAQ-2011-007); amended July 26, 2011 (SR-NASDAQ-2011-100), operative Aug. 25, 2011; amended Jan. 2, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-003); amended Oct. 2, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-130); amended Oct. 11, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-134), operative Jan. 1, 2014; amended Nov. 7, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-087), operative Jan. 1, 2015; amended May 12, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-057); amended Sept. 26, 2017 (SR-NASDAQ-2017-096); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092); amended Dec. 11, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-103), operative Jan. 1, 2019; amended Dec. 27, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-105), operative Jan. 1, 2019.

5920. The Nasdaq Capital Market

(a) Entry Fee

(1) A Company that submits an application to list any class of its securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series) on the Nasdaq Capital Market, shall pay to Nasdaq a fee calculated on total shares outstanding, according to the following schedule. This fee will be assessed on the date of entry on the Nasdaq Capital Market, except for the application fees described in paragraph (a)(10) below.

Up to 15 million shares $50,000

Over 15 million shares $75,000

(2) A Company that submits an application to list any class of convertible debentures on the Nasdaq Capital Market, shall pay to Nasdaq a non-refundable application fee of $5,000 and a fee of $1,000 or $50 per million dollars face amount of debentures outstanding, whichever is higher.

(3) A closed-end management investment company regulated under the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (a "Closed-End Fund"), that submits an application for listing on the Nasdaq Capital Market shall pay to Nasdaq an entry fee of $5,000 (of which $1,000 represents a non-refundable application fee).

(4) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the entry fee prescribed herein.

(5) Total shares outstanding means the aggregate of all classes of equity securities to be listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market as shown in the Company's most recent periodic report or in more recent information held by Nasdaq or, in the case of new issues, as shown in the offering circular, required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority.

(6) A Company that submits an application to list any class of rights on the Nasdaq Capital Market, shall pay, at the time of its application, a non-refundable application fee to Nasdaq of $1,000.

(7) A Company that lists a class of Subscription Receipts on the Nasdaq Capital Market shall pay a $25,000 fee, which includes a $5,000 application fee. Note that there is no separate annual fee applicable to classes of Subscription Receipts.

(8) The fees described in this Rule 5920(a) shall not be applicable with respect to any securities that:

(i) are listed on another national securities exchange, if the issuer of such securities transfers their listing exclusively to the Nasdaq Capital Market;

(ii) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities ceases to maintain their listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the securities instead are designated under the plan applicable to Nasdaq Capital Market securities;

(iii) are listed on another national securities exchange, if the issuer of such securities is acquired by an unlisted company and, in connection with the acquisition, the unlisted company lists exclusively on the Nasdaq Capital Market; or

(iv) are listed on Nasdaq by a newly formed Company resulting from a transaction between two or more Nasdaq-listed Companies (or involving assets from such Companies), where at least one of the Nasdaq-listed Companies ceases to be separately listed.

(9) The fees described in this Rule 5920(a) shall not be applicable to a Company

(i) whose securities are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and designated as national market securities pursuant to the plan governing New York Stock Exchange securities at the time such securities are approved for listing on Nasdaq; and

(ii) that maintains such listing and designation after it lists such securities on Nasdaq.

(10) A Company that submits an application for listing on The Nasdaq Global Market, but prior to listing revises its application to seek listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market, is not required to pay the application fee described in Rule 5920(a) in connection with the revised application

(11) A Company subject to the Entry Fee described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Rule must submit a non-refundable $5,000 initial application fee with its application. If the Company does not list within 12 months of submitting its application (or by October 15, 2014, if later), it will be assessed an additional non-refundable $5,000 application fee each 12 months thereafter to keep its application open. If a Company does not timely pay such additional application fee, its application will be closed and it will be required to submit a new application and initial application fee if it subsequently reapplies. Nasdaq will credit all application fees paid by the Company in connection with an application that has not been closed towards the Entry Fee payable upon listing.

(12) The fees described in this Rule 5920(a) shall not be applicable, to a Company that transfers securities from the Nasdaq Global Market to the Nasdaq Capital Market. However, such a Company must submit a $5,000 initial application fee with its application if the application is filed after October 15, 2013.

(b) All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee

(1) A Company shall pay an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee. The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee eliminates standard annual fees, additional shares fees, record-keeping fees, substitution listing event fees, request for written interpretation fees and compliance plan review fees. Companies must still pay the fees described in Rules 5815(a)(3) and 5820(a) (for review by a Hearings Panel or the Nasdaq Listing and Hearing Review Council, respectively, of a Staff Delisting Determination or Public Reprimand Letter). Companies must also pay fees described in Rule 5920(a) relating to the listing of an additional class of securities of the Company.

(2) The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be calculated on total shares outstanding according to the following schedules:

(A) All domestic and foreign Companies listing equity securities, except as described below:

Up to 10 million shares $42,000

10+ to 50 million shares $55,000

Over 50 million shares $75,000

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are subject to the same fee schedule as other equity securities. For the purpose of determining the total shares outstanding, shares outstanding of all members in a REIT Family listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market may be aggregated. The maximum annual fee applicable to such a REIT Family shall not exceed $75,000. For purposes of this rule, a "REIT Family" means three or more REITs that are provided management services by the same entity or by entities under common control.

(B) Companies listing American Depositary Receipts (ADRs):

Up to 10 million ADRs and other listed equity securities 42,000 ($37,000 until December 31, 2018)

Over 10 million ADRs and other listed equity securities $50,000 ($45,000 until December 31, 2018)

(C) Closed-end Funds:

Up to 50 million shares $30,000

50+ to 100 million shares $50,000

100+ to 250 million shares $75,000

Over 250 million shares $100,000

For the purpose of determining the total shares outstanding, fund sponsors may aggregate shares outstanding of all Closed-End Funds in the same fund family listed on the Nasdaq Global Market or the Nasdaq Capital Market, as shown in the Company's most recent periodic reports required to be filed with the appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq. A fund family is subject to the same fee schedule as a single Closed-End Fund and the maximum All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to a fund family shall not exceed $100,000. For purposes of this rule, a "fund family" is defined as two or more Closed-End Funds that have a common investment adviser or have investment advisers who are "affiliated persons" as defined in Section 2(a)(3) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended.

(D) Limited Partnerships:

Up to 75 million shares $30,000

Over 75 million shares $37,500

(E) Investment Management Entities and Eligible Portfolio Companies:

Nasdaq will apply a 50% fee discount to the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee otherwise owed under paragraph (b)(2)(A) of this rule for Eligible Portfolio Companies and Investment Management Entities that have one or more Eligible Portfolio Companies. For purposes of this rule, an "Investment Management Entity" is a company listed on Nasdaq or another national securities exchange that manages private investment vehicles not registered under the Investment Company Act. An "Eligible Portfolio Company" of an Investment Management Entity is a Nasdaq-listed Company in which an Investment Management Entity has owned at least 20% of the common stock on a continuous basis since prior to that company's initial listing.

In order to qualify for this discount in any calendar year, a Company, other than a new listing, must submit satisfactory proof to Nasdaq no later than December 31st of the prior year that it satisfies the requirements specified above. A new listing that satisfies these requirements is eligible for the discount upon listing.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if an Investment Management Entity or Eligible Portfolio Company would otherwise be subject to an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee that is lower than the fee provided for in this paragraph (E), then the alternative fee schedule shall apply.

(F) Convertible Debentures:

Notwithstanding paragraph (A), the issuer of each class of convertible debentures listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market shall pay to Nasdaq an annual fee of $500 or $25 per million dollars face amount of debentures outstanding, whichever is higher.

(3) Assessment of All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee

(A) In the first calendar year of listing, a Company's All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be based on the total shares outstanding as of the date of listing and will be prorated based on the month of listing. For example, a Company that lists on any day in March will owe 10/12 of the applicable annual fee; if it lists on any day in April, it will owe 9/12 of the applicable annual fee.

(B) After the first calendar year of listing, a Company's All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be assessed on January 1st for the upcoming calendar year based on the total shares outstanding as of December 31st of the prior year. If a Company is listed on January 1st, the Company will owe the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the entire year, even if the Company delists or is removed before the Company is billed or pays the fee for that year.

(C) For a Company with equity securities listed only on the Nasdaq Capital Market, total shares outstanding shall mean, and the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the year shall be based on, the aggregate number of all securities outstanding for each class of equity securities (not otherwise identified in this Rule 5900 Series) listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market as of January 1 of that year, as shown in the Company's periodic reports required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq. If a Company has any equity securities listed on the Nasdaq Global or Global Select Markets, the securities listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market will be aggregated with those on the Global and Global Select Market, and the Company shall not be subject to the fee described in this IM-5920-1, but instead shall be subject to the fee contained in IM-5910-1. In the case of a foreign private issuer, the All- Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will be based on only those equity securities issued and outstanding in the United States, provided the Company notifies Nasdaq of that number by completing the appropriate form in the Nasdaq Listing Center.

(D) Transfers from Global and Global Select Market. If a Company transfers its listing from the Global or Global Select Market to the Capital Market, it will not owe any additional All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the Capital Market, nor shall it receive any credit or offset of the portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee paid or assessed for the prior market.

For example, a Company with 110 million total shares outstanding is listed on the Global Market and transfers to the Capital Market on October 20th. Its new All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the Capital Market is $75,000. Since this Company already paid an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee of $125,000 on the Global Market, it will not owe any additional All-Inclusive Annual Lisitng Fee for that calendar year. However, the Company would not receive any further credit of the amount previously paid for listing on the Global Market and would owe the full $75,000 Capital Market All-Inclusive Annual Lisitng Fee in the following year.

(E) No portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee paid is refundable if a class of securities is delisted or otherwise removed from The Nasdaq Stock Market. No portion of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee that is due and payable when a class of securities is delisted or otherwise removed from The Nasdaq Stock Market will be waived upon delisting or removal.

(F) Relisting. A Company that was suspended, delisted, or removed from Nasdaq for any reason, whether regulatory or voluntary, is not required to pay a second All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee if it relists in the same calendar year.

(G) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed herein.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Jan. 6, 2011 (SR-NASDAQ-2011-007); amended July 26, 2011 (SR-NASDAQ-2011-100), operative Aug. 25, 2011; amended Oct. 18, 2012 (SR-NASDAQ-2012-120), operative Jan. 1, 2013; amended Jan. 2, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-003); amended Oct. 2, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-130); amended Oct. 11, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-134), operative Jan. 1, 2014; amended Nov. 7, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-087), operative Jan. 1, 2015; amended May 12, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-057); amended Sept. 26, 2017 (SR-NASDAQ-2017-096); amended Aug. 3, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-059), operative Sept. 3, 2018; amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-070); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092); amended Dec. 11, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-103).

5930. Linked Securities, SEEDS, and Other Securities

(a) Application Fee and Entry Fee

(1) When a Company submits an application to list any Linked Securities, SEEDS or Other Securities on the Nasdaq Global Market qualified for listing under Rule 5710, 5715 or 5730, it shall pay a non-refundable application fee of $1,000.

(2) When a Company submits an application to list any Linked Securities, SEEDS or Other Securities on the Nasdaq Global Market qualified for listing under Rule 5710, 5715 or 5730, it shall pay an entry fee calculated based on total shares outstanding according to the following schedule:

Up to 1 million shares $5,000

1+ to 2 million shares $10,000

2+ to 3 million shares $15,000

3+ to 4 million shares $17,500

4+ to 5 million shares $20,000

5+ to 6 million shares $22,500

6+ to 7 million shares $25,000

7+ to 8 million shares $27,500

8+ to 9 million shares $30,000

9+ to 10 million shares $32,500

10+ to 15 million shares $37,500

Over 15 million shares $45,000

The applicable entry fee shall be reduced by any entry fees paid previously in connection with the initial listing during the current calendar year of any of the Company's Linked Securities, SEEDS and Other Securities on the Nasdaq Global Market.

(3) For the sole purpose of determining the entry fee, total shares outstanding means the aggregate of all classes of Linked Securities, SEEDS and Other Securities of the Company to be listed on the Nasdaq Global Market in the current calendar year as shown in the Company's most recent periodic report or in more recent information held by Nasdaq or, in the case of new issues, as shown in the offering circular, required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority.

(4) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the entry fee prescribed herein.

(5) If the application is withdrawn or is not approved, the entry fee shall be refunded.

(6) The fees described in this Rule 5930(a) shall not be applicable with respect to any securities that:

(i) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities transfers their listing exclusively to the Nasdaq Global Market;

(ii) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities ceases to maintain their listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the securities instead are designated as national market securities under Rule 5220; or

(iii) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities is acquired by an unlisted company and, in connection with the acquisition, the unlisted company lists exclusively on the Nasdaq Global Market.

(b) All-Inclusive Annual Lisitng Fee

(1) The issuer of Linked Securities, SEEDS or Other Securities qualified under Rule 5710, 5715 or 5730 for listing on the Nasdaq Global Market shall pay to Nasdaq an All- Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to the issuer of Linked Securities, SEEDS or Other Securities qualified under Rule 5710, 5715 or 5730 for listing on the Nasdaq Global Market calculated based on total shares outstanding according to the following schedule:

Up to 5 million shares $15,000

5+ to 10 million shares $17,500

10+ to 25 million shares $20,000

25+ to 50 million shares $22,500

Over 50 million shares $30,000

(2) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed herein.

(3) For the sole purpose of determining the annual fee, total shares outstanding means the aggregate of all classes of Linked Securities, SEEDS and Other Securities of the Company listed on the Nasdaq Global Market, as shown in the Company's most recent periodic report required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq.

(4) The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee described in this section will be assessed as described in Rule 5910(b)(3).

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Sep. 3, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-115); amended Nov. 23, 2015 (SR-NASDAQ-2015-146), operative Oct. 23, 2015; amended Apr. 20, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-059); amended June 1, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-077); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

5935. Non-Convertible Bonds

(a) Application Fee

A Company that submits an application to list a class of non-convertible bonds pursuant to Rule 5702 shall pay to Nasdaq a non-refundable application fee of $5,000, except that the application fee shall be waived if, in connection with the application, the Company will be switching the listing market for its non-convertible bonds from the New York Stock Exchange or NYSE American to Nasdaq.

(b) Annual Fee

The issuer of each class of non-convertible bonds listed pursuant to Rule 5702 shall pay to Nasdaq an annual fee of $5,000, except that a Company that switches its listing market for its non-convertible bonds from the New York Stock Exchange or NYSE American to Nasdaq shall not be liable for an annual fee until January 1 of the calendar year following the effective date of the non-convertible bonds listing on Nasdaq.

Adopted Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-070).

5940. Exchange Traded Products

The fees in this Rule 5940 shall apply to securities listed under the Rule 5700 Series where no other fee schedule is specifically applicable. These securities include, but are not limited to, Portfolio Depository Receipts, Index Fund Shares, Managed Fund Shares, and NextShares.

(a) Entry Fee

(1) When a Company submits an application for listing a series of Portfolio Depository Receipts, Index Fund Shares, Managed Fund Shares or other security listed under the Rule 5700 Series where no other fee schedule is specifically applicable on the Nasdaq Global Market, it shall pay to Nasdaq a listing fee of $5,000 (which shall include a $1,000 non-refundable application fee).

(2) When a Company submits an application for listing a series of NextShares under Rule 5745, it shall pay to Nasdaq an initial listing fee of $20,000 for the first series of NextShares (which shall include a $1,000 non-refundable application fee) and an additional listing fee of $7,500 for each subsequent series of NextShares of the Company (which shall include a $1,000 nonrefundable application fee).

(3) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the entry fee prescribed herein.

(4) If the application is withdrawn or is not approved, the entry fee (less the non-refundable application fee) shall be refunded.

(5) The fees described in this Rule 5940(a) shall not be applicable with respect to any securities that:

(i) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities transfers their listing exclusively to the Nasdaq Global Market;

(ii) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities ceases to maintain their listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the securities instead are designated as national market securities under Rule 5220; or

(iii) are listed on another national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities is acquired by an unlisted company and, in connection with the acquisition, the unlisted company lists exclusively on the Nasdaq Global Market.

(b) All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee

(1) The issuer of a series of Portfolio Depository Receipts, Index Fund Shares, Managed Fund Shares or other security listed under the Rule 5700 Series where no other fee schedule is specifically applicable listed on The Nasdaq Global Market shall pay to Nasdaq an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to the issuer of a series of Portfolio Depository Receipts, Index Fund Shares, Managed Fund Shares or other security listed under the Rule 5700 Series where no other fee schedule is specifically applicable, calculated on total shares outstanding according to the following schedule:

Up to 1 million shares $6,500

1+ to 2 million shares $7,000

2+ to 3 million shares $7,500

3+ to 4 million shares $8,000

4+ to 5 million shares $8,500

5+ to 6 million shares $9,000

6+ to 7 million shares $9,500

7+ to 8 million shares $10,000

8+ to 9 million shares $10,500

9+ to 10 million shares $11,000

10+ to 11 million shares $11,500

11+ to 12 million shares $12,000

12+ to 13 million shares $12,500

13+ to 14 million shares $13,000

14+ to 15 million shares $13,500

15+ to 16 million shares $14,000

Over 16 million shares $14,500

(2) The issuer of a series of NextShares shall pay to Nasdaq for each series of NextShares an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to an issuer of a series of NextShares calculated on total shares outstanding of that series of NextShares according to the following schedule:

Up to 25 million shares $6,500

Over 25 million to 100 million shares $15,000

Over 100 million shares $25,000

(3) Total shares outstanding means the aggregate number of shares in all series of Portfolio Depository Receipts or Index Fund Shares issued by the Company to be listed on The Nasdaq Global Market as shown in the Company's most recent periodic report required to be filed with the Company's appropriate regulatory authority or in more recent information held by Nasdaq.

(4) The Nasdaq Board of Directors or its designee may, in its discretion, defer or waive all or any part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed herein.

(5) The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee described in this section will be assessed as described in Rule 5910(b)(3).

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Sep. 3, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-115); amended Nov. 23, 2015 (SR-NASDAQ-2015-146), operative Oct. 23, 2015; amended Feb. 11, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-025); amended Apr. 20, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-059); amended June 1, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-077); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

5950. Reserved

Reserved.

Adopted Mar. 20, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2012-137); amended Mar. 19, 2015 (SR-NASDAQ-2015-025); amended June 8, 2017 (SR-NASDAQ-2017-058), operative July 8, 2017; amended Oct. 18, 2017 (SR-NASDAQ-2017-111); amended Sept. 7, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-074).

IM-5900-1. Waiver or Credit of Fees upon Application in Certain Merger Situations

Rules 5910(b)(3)(G), 5920(b)(3)(G), 5930(b)(2) and 5940(b)(4) provide limited discretion to waive all or part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed in this Rule 5900 Series. Pursuant to that authority, Nasdaq has determined to waive or credit fees in the following situations involving mergers.

(a) A Nasdaq Company that completes a merger with another Nasdaq Company during the first 90 days of a calendar year will receive a credit or waiver for 75% of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee assessed to the acquired Nasdaq Company.

(b) Companies will receive a credit or waiver when a non-Nasdaq Company completes a merger with a Nasdaq Company and the non-Nasdaq Company is the surviving entity and lists on Nasdaq. If the Nasdaq Company previously paid its All-inclusive Annual Listing Fee, the surviving non-Nasdaq entity will, upon listing on Nasdaq, receive a credit for the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee previously paid by the Nasdaq Company, prorated for the months remaining in the year after the merger. If the Nasdaq Company has not paid its All-inclusive Annual Listing Fee for the year, the Nasdaq Company will receive a waiver of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to the months remaining in the year after the merger and must pay the remaining balance of its All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee, representing the fee for the period it was listed.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Nov. 7, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-087), operative Jan. 1, 2015; amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

IM-5900-4. Waiver of Certain Annual Fees Upon Transfer of a Non-Nasdaq Exchange Listed Security

Rules 5910(b)(3)(G), 5920(b)(3)(G), 5930(b)(2) and 5940(b)(4) provide limited discretion to waive all or part of the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee prescribed in this Rule 5900 Series. Pursuant to that authority, Nasdaq has determined to waive for the year of transfer the All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee applicable to the year such transfer is made in the case of securities that (i) are listed on a national securities exchange but not listed on Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities transfers their listing exclusively to Nasdaq; or (ii) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, if the issuer of such securities ceases to maintain their listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the securities instead are designated under the plan governing Nasdaq securities.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Sep. 3, 2013 (SR-NASDAQ-2013-115); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

IM-5900-5. Waiver of Fees upon Relisting for Companies Removed for Late Filings

(a) Entry Fees. Pursuant to Nasdaq's authority to waive certain fees, Nasdaq has determined to waive the entry fee (including the application fee) in the following circumstances:

(1) the Company was suspended and/or delisted from The Nasdaq Stock Market solely for its failure to file a required periodic report with the Commission or other appropriate regulatory authority, pursuant to Rule 5250(c)(1); and

(2) the Company has regained compliance with this requirement and applies to relist on Nasdaq within one year of the date it is delisted from Nasdaq.

(b) Annual Fees. A Company that meets the above requirements and relists during the same year that it has previously paid an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will not be subject to a second All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee in that same year.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Oct. 18, 2017 (SR-NASDAQ-2017-111); amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

IM-5900-6. Waiver of Fees for Companies Emerging from Bankruptcy

(a) Entry Fees. Any Company that lists on Nasdaq upon emerging from bankruptcy is not required to pay the entry fee (including the application fee) set forth in Rules 5910(a) and 5920(a).

(b) Annual Fees.

(1) The All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee for any Company that lists on the Nasdaq Global Market (including the Nasdaq Global Select Market) upon emerging from bankruptcy will be the minimum annual listing fee specified in Rule 5910 for the first (prorated) year that such a Company is listed and for each of the subsequent two full years.

(2) Any Company listing on Nasdaq upon emerging from bankruptcy that relists during the same year that it had previously paid an All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee will not be subject to a second All-Inclusive Annual Listing Fee in that year.

Adopted Mar. 12, 2009 (SR-NASDAQ-2009-018); amended Nov. 7, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-087), operative Jan. 1, 2015; amended Nov. 13, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-092).

IM-5900-7. Services Offered to Certain Newly Listing Companies

INTRODUCTORY NOTE: Nasdaq offers certain newly listing companies complimentary services to help them satisfy their obligations as public companies related to governance and communications, and to provide intelligence about their securities. These services are offered to companies listing on the Global or Global Select Market in connection with their initial public offering in the United States, including American Depository Receipts(other than a company listed under IM-5101-2), upon emerging from bankruptcy, in connection with a spin-off or carve-out from another company, in connection with a Direct Listing as defined in IM-5315-1 (including the listing of American Depository Receipts), or in conjunction with a business combination that satisfies the conditions in IM-5101-2(b) ("Eligible New Listings"). They are also offered to companies (other than a company listed under IM-5101-2) switching their listing from the New York Stock Exchange to the Global or Global Select Markets ("Eligible Switches").

Nasdaq initially adopted a rule providing Eligible New Listings and Eligible Switches with services effective December 15, 2011 (the "Original Service Package"). The Original Service Package is described in the rule text available at http://nasdaq.cchwallstreet.com/Nasdaq/pdf/nasdaq-filings/2011/SR-Nasdaq-2011-122.pdf.

Nasdaq modified the service package effective for new listings after July 24, 2014 (the "2014 Service Package"). If, however, a Company submitted its Nasdaq listing application before July 31, 2014, and listed before September 30, 2014, then the Company was still eligible to receive the Original Service Package. The 2014 Service Package is described in the rule text available at http://nasdaq.cchwallstreet.com/Nasdaq/pdf/nasdaq-filings/2014/SR-Nasdaq-2014-058.pdf.

Nasdaq also modified the service package effective for new listings after September 9, 2016 (the "2016 Service Package"). Any Company receiving services under the Original Service Package or the 2014 Service Package on September 9, 2016, the approval date of the 2016 Service Package, was allowed to continue to receive services under the terms of the Original Service Package or the 2014 Service Package, as applicable, or elect to receive services under the 2016 Service Package (even if those services were not available at the time the company listed on Nasdaq). If a Company elected to receive the 2016 Service Package, the services that the Company is eligible to receive will be determined based on its status and market capitalization at the time of its original listing. The length of time that services are available to the Company under the 2016 Service Package will be calculated from the Company's original listing date. For example, if an Eligible Switch listed on July 22, 2015, when its market capitalization was $4 billion, that Company would receive services for four years from date of its listing (or until July 22, 2019), as provided in paragraph (c)(2) of the 2016 Service Package, instead of for three years, as provided in paragraph (c) of the 2014 Service Package. The 2016 Service Package is described in the rule text available at http://nasdaq.cchwallstreet.com/NASDAQ/pdf/nasdaq-filings/2016/SRNASDAQ- 2016-098.pdf.

Nasdaq again modified the service package for new listings on or after April 23, 2018 and on or after the effective date of SR-NASDAQ-2019-040. The only changes in these modifications were to the Disclosure Services offered in the package, which was previously an annual stipend of either $15,000 or $20,000 for use by the Company on Disclosure Services and to the Market Advisory Tools to remove Monthly Ownership Analytics and Event Driven Targeting as one of the offered services. The current service package is described in paragraphs (a) - (e) below.

(a) The services offered to certain newly listing Companies, which are offered through Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, LLC, an affiliate of Nasdaq, or a third-party provider selected by Nasdaq, are the following, as more specifically set forth in paragraphs (b) and (c) below:

Whistleblower Hotline: Companies will receive a financial reporting hotline that provides employees and others with a fully-automated, safe and secure means of reporting incidents and concerns. This service has an approximate retail value of $4,000 per year.

Investor Relations Website: Companies will receive a website with all the necessary content and features to communicate with investors, offering easy access to up-to-date information. Included on this website will be a corporate governance library containing documents such as the Board committees' charters and the Company's code of ethics. These services have a retail value of approximately $17,000 per year.

Disclosure Services: Companies will be provided disclosure services for earnings or other press releases, and the filing of related regulatory reports, with an approximate annual retail value in the amount listed below.

Audio Webcasting: Companies will receive a package of four audio webcasts. These services have a retail value of approximately $7,000 per year.

Market Analytic Tools: Companies will receive a market analytic tool, which integrates corporate shareholder communications, capital market information, investor contact management, and board-level reporting into a unified, easy-to use, workflow environment including mobile device access. This tool also provides information about research and earnings estimates on the company and helps companies identify potential purchasers of their stock using quantitative targeting and qualitative insights. This service has an approximate retail value of $32,500 per year for two users, $45,500 for three users, and $58,500 for four users.

Market Advisory Tools: Certain Companies will receive a choice from the following services.

(i) Stock Surveillance: a stock surveillance package, under which a dedicated analyst will, on a daily basis, utilize a mosaic of public, subscription and issuer-based data sources to monitor the daily movement and settlement activity of the Company's stock, provide alerts on significant increases in trading volume and block trading activity, offer color to any unusual change in stock price, and identify institutional buying and selling of the Company's shares. To fully utilize this service, Companies will have to subscribe to, and separately pay for, certain third party information, which is not included. This service has an approximate retail value of $56,500 per year.

(ii) Global Targeting: Investor targeting specialists will help focus the Company's investor relations efforts on appropriate investors, tailor messaging to their interests and measure the Company's impact on their holdings. The analyst team will help develop a detailed plan aligning the targeting efforts with the Company's long-term ownership strategy. Analysis includes addressable risks and opportunities by region and investor type, and recommendations for where to focus time. This service has a retail value of approximately $44,000 per year.

(iii) Annual Perception Study: Companies will receive an annual perception study designed to identify how the Company is perceived by key stakeholders. Detailed interviews with the institutional investment community will be conducted, featuring quantitative and qualitative questions targeted to the Company's needs. The responses will be analyzed and the Company will be provided with actionable recommendations for enhancing perception in the market and guidance to implement these changes. This service has a retail value of approximately $38,500 per year.

(b) Eligible New Listings

(1) An Eligible New Listing that has a market capitalization less than $750 million will receive the following complimentary services for two years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $15,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting and Market Analytic Tools for two users. The total retail value of these services is approximately $75,500 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(2) An Eligible New Listing that has a market capitalization of $750 million or more but less than $5 billion will receive the following complimentary services for two years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $20,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting, Market Analytic Tools for two users and the choice of one Market Advisory Tool. The total retail value of these services is up to approximately $137,000 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(3) An Eligible New Listing that has a market capitalization of $5 billion or more will receive the following complimentary services for two years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $20,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting, Market Analytic Tools for two users and the choice of two Market Advisory Tools. The total retail value of these services is up to approximately $181,000 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(c) Eligible Switches

(1) An Eligible Switch that has a market capitalization less than $750 million will receive the following complimentary services for two years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $15,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting and Market Analytic Tools for two users. The total retail value of these services is approximately $75,500 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(2) An Eligible Switch that has a market capitalization of $750 million or more but less than $5 billion will receive the following complimentary services for four years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $20,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting, Market Analytic Tools for three users and the choice of one Market Advisory Tool. The total retail value of these services is up to approximately $150,000 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(3) An Eligible Switch that has a market capitalization of $5 billion or more will receive the following complimentary services for four years: Whistleblower Hotline, Investor Relations Website, $20,000 per year of Disclosure Services, Audio Webcasting, Market Analytic Tools for four users and the choice of two Market Advisory Tools. The total retail value of these services is up to approximately $207,000 per year. In addition, one-time development fees of approximately $5,000 to establish the services in the first year will be waived.

(d) If an Eligible New Listing or Eligible Switch begins to use a particular service provided under this IM-5900-7 within 30 days after the date of listing, the complimentary period for that service will begin on the date of first use. In all other cases, the period for each complimentary service shall commence on the listing date. Where a Company can elect from a choice of services, once the Company elects a service it cannot subsequently change to a different alternative, including in a subsequent year. If a company does not use a service in the applicable time period there shall be no refund or other credit for the unused service.

(e) A Company will be considered to be listing on the Global or Global Select Market in conjunction with a business combination that satisfies the conditions in IM-5101-2(b) if:

(i) the Company was listed on the Global Market at the time it completes the business combination that satisfies the conditions in IM-5101-2(b) and remains listed on the Global Market or transfers to the Global Select Market. In this case, the complimentary period shall commence on the date of such business combination; provided, however, that if the Company begins to use a particular service provided under this IM-5900-7 within 30 days after the date of such business combination, the complimentary period for that service will begin on the date of first use; or

(ii) the Company was listed on the Capital Market at the time it completes the business combination that satisfies the conditions in IM-5101-2(b) and it both filed an application to list on the Global or Global Select Market before completing the business combination and it demonstrates compliance with all applicable criteria for the Global or Global Select Market within 60 days of completing the business combination. In this case, the complimentary period shall commence on the date of listing on the Global or Global Select Market; provided, however, that if the Company lists on the Global or Global Select Market and begins to use a particular service provided under this IM-5900-7 within 30 days after the date of the business combination, the complimentary period for that service will begin on the date of first use.

Adopted Dec. 15, 2011 (SR-NASDAQ-2011-122); amended July 24, 2014 (SR-NASDAQ-2014-058); amended Sept. 9, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-098); amended Nov. 21, 2016 (SR-NASDAQ-2016-106); amended Feb. 15, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-015); amended Mar. 20, 2018 (SR-NASDAQ-2018-023), operative Apr. 23, 2018; amended May 16, 2019 (SR-NASDAQ-2019-040); amended Dec. 3, 2019 (SR-NASDAQ-2019-059).