NBIM report urges stock exchanges to prepare for next phase of development

NBIM manages Norway's oil wealth

Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) said in a report published today (August 7) that stock exchanges provide valuable services, but must respond to emerging threats.

Written by Øyvind Schanke, NBIM's chief investment officer for asset strategies, the report warns technological advances and regulatory changes have led to the emergence of alternative trading platforms. Liquidity has become fragmented and the race for ever faster trades has seen latency drop almost to zero.

The latency race is

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