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Transparency

We manage the fund on behalf of the Norwegian people – both current and future generations. We are dependent on confidence to achieve our mission, so we aim to be a professional, transparent and responsible investment manager. However, there are some topics we cannot inform about – matters that others should discuss, and information that is market sensitive. Otherwise, our goal is for the people of Norway and others to be able to find all the information they need about the fund and its investments.

For journalists

THOMAS SEVANG
HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS AND
EXTERNAL RELATIONS
Phone: (+47) 24 07 32 76
Mobile: (+47) 92 60 17 56
E-mail: sev@nbim.no
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MARTHE SKAAR
COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR
Phone: (+47) 24 07 35 61
Mobile: (+47) 92 61 76 63
E-mail: msk@nbim.no
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LINE AALTVEDT 
COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR - REAL ESTATE
Phone: (+47) 24 07 35 47
Mobile: (+47) 94 85 46 56 
E-mail: lhl@nbim.no
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COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
E-mail: press@nbim.no 
     
    
   

Questions about individual investments or assessments of future market developments may be market sensitive and therefore cannot normally be discussed by Norges Bank Investment Management.

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Calendar

  • 9

    Mar

    2016

    Annual reporting 2015

    A press conference is held in connection with publication of the annual report. The press conference is webcasted (Norwegian)

    10:00-10:30

  • 16

    Mar

    2016

    Press seminar on return and risk

    Publishing of annual report on return and risk

    10:00

  • 13

    Apr

    2016

    Press seminar on real estate investments

    Publishing of annual report on real estate investments

    10:00

Reports

Responsible investment
in 2015

Our work on responsible investment is an integrated part of the investment process. The aim of this report is to provide an overview of the many areas we are working on.

Report archive

Reports

The fund's
results in
3Q 2015

The Government Pension Fund Global returned -4.9 percent, or -273 billion kroner, in the third quarter of 2015.

Report archive