Nibor Benchmark Statement
- Nibor Calculation Methodology
- Nibor Post Publication Re-determination Policy
- Nibor Review Policy
- Nibor Consultation Policy
- Nibor Transition Policy
- Nibor Transition Policy – Apply from 01.02.2022
- Nibor Cessation Policy
- Nibor Cessation Policy – Apply from 01.02.2022
- Nibor Advisory Committee Terms of Reference
Requirements on Panel Banks and Input Data
- Nibor Oversight Committee Terms of Reference
- Nibor Conflicts of Interest Policy
- Nibor Complaint Handling Procedure
- Nibor Whistleblowing Procedure
- NoRe Code of Ethics
This page contains information about the Nibor Framework which was revised in 2019 to accommodate the requirements in the EU Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) as from 1 January 2020.
NoRe is authorised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority, pursuant to Article 34 of BMR, and is as such included in the register The European Securities and Markets Authority, ESMA, is publishing in accordance with Article 36 of the BMR.
According to the definitions in BMR, Nibor is an ‘interest rate benchmark’. Furthermore, Nibor has been assessed and recognised by the European Commission as a critical benchmark as referred to in point (b) of BMR Article 20(1).