Norway Sovereign Wealth Fund Embraces Block Size Trading

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Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), the manager of Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, is using less algorithmic trading in favor of trading in large block sizes. By trading stocks in large block sizes, NBIM is trying to avoid pattern-reading from pollrumptious entities in the marketplace. Institutional investors like NBIM are market makers due to their majestic size and weight in listed equities.

In the end, fund managers and institutional investors haven’t fully agreed on an optimal model or structure for a dark pool.

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