(MT Newswires) -- Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman reveals that the company beat expectations with organic growth of 7% for the last quarter and 9% in its enterprise solutions business. She also emphasised the importance of diversifying the company's portfolio, noting notable increases in the index and anti-financial crime sectors, with growth of 26% and 25% respectively.

She mentions the integration of the Calypso system for bank risk management following the acquisition of Edenza, aimed at improving financial liquidity. Adena Friedman also points out that the group estimates cost synergies of around 80 million dollars and revenue synergies of between 50 and 100 million dollars.

Finally, she also mentions that the Financial Crime Report estimates that financial crime accounted for $3,100 billion in 2023, including money laundering and fraud. Nasdaq, through Verifin and other tools, is helping banks to detect and combat these illicit activities.

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