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Rate change for The National Bank: Variable rate

Rate change for The National Bank: Variable rate

Please be advised of the following changes to the Variable Rates for The National Bank. Please note the effective dates.

Variable Rate Change
Current Rates New Rates
National Bank Variable 9.45% 8.70%
National Bank Thoroughbred Flexible 9.70% 8.95%

Effective dates

National Bank Variable
For new Variable Rate customers, rates take effect on Monday 24 November 2008.
For existing Variable Rate customers, rates take effect on Monday 8 December 2008.

National Bank Thoroughbred Flexible
For both new and existing Thoroughbred Flexible customers, rate changes will come into effect on Monday 8 December 2008.


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