Norske Finansielle Referanser AS (NoRe) is established and owned by Finance Norway with the purpose to administer financial benchmarks. NoRe has approval from the Norwegian Ministry of Finance to act as administrator for the Norwegian Interbank Offered Rate (Nibor).
Nibor is a collective term for Norwegian money market rates at different maturities. Nibor is intended to reflect the interest rate level a bank require for unsecured money market lending in NOK to another bank. Nibor is calculated and published by Oslo Børs with maturities of one week, one month, two months, three months and six months.
The Nibor framework consists of the Nibor Rules supplemented with guidelines. The rules describe what the interest rates represents, the requirements laid on the suppliers of data (the panel banks) and how the rates are to be calculated and published.
Access fee - distribution and/or use of Nibor information
As of 1 January 2018 information about Nibor (Norwegian Interbank Offered Rate) are available free of charge with a 24 hour delay. Access to Nibor delayed by less than 24 hours are subject to license fee.
NoRe has updated its prices for 2019. An updated list of prices can be found here (PDF).
Please contact email@example.com for distribution or use of Nibor information.
- 05.09.2019: NoRe has updated its prices for 2019
- 08.01.2018: IOSCO - Matters to consider in the use of financial benchmarks
- 2.1.2018 Access fee from 2018 - distribution and_or use of Nibor information
- 1.12.2017: Revised guidelines for panel banks' Nibor submissions
- 1.9.2017: Launch of NoRe website
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The Nibor framework
- Nibor rules
- Guidelines for panel banks' Nibor submissions
- Principles for the correction of Nibor
- Guidelines for the compliance committee
- Guidelines for the monitoring body
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