How to get approval from Nasdaq to access Index Weights data

Modified on Tue, 31 Aug 2021 at 12:11 PM

From 1 April 2011, your company is required to get an approval from Nasdaq in order to get access to the Index Weights data.  This article explains how.


The purpose of this change is to adopt the industry standard of establishing and maintaining direct relationships with recipients of proprietary index weightings data. This change will help ensure that you are part of the index content development process, enabling you to provide feedback about the content and delivery of such information. Therefore, in order to continue receiving this data from Infront, you must submit an approval request as described below

Nasdaq Global Index Watch products


Monthly Fee

Available from Infront

Nasdaq US Indexes (including PHLX and Green Economy Indexes)

$ 3,000 per firm


Nasdaq Green Economy Indexes (with SEDOLs)

$ 300 per firm


Nasdaq Nordic & Baltic Indexes

€ 835 per firm


Nasdaq Nordic Indexes

€ 585 per firm


Nasdaq Baltic Indexes

€ 250 per firm


Nasdaq Sharia Indexes

$ 300 per firm



Step-by-step order request form

Step 1: Submit the “Global Index Watch Approval Request form”

Fill in the form found below and select your required products in the “Product Selection” form found here.

Step 2: Approval from Nasdaq

After submitting the form Nasdaq will handle your request and inform Infront within 48 hours.

Step 3: Permissions by Infront

When receiving an approval from the exchange Infront will enale all terminal users with the same Company name as stated in the form sent to Nasdaq.

Please note

Infront does not guarantee that the information herein is accurate. Clients wishing to verify prices or regulations are asked to contact Nasdaq directly.

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