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Update to Eligible Seucrities

Update to Eligible Seucrities
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22 August 2019

Today we have added the following securities to our list of eligible securities:

Issuer: ASB Bank Limited Fixed Rate Note
Maturity date: 19 August 2024
ISIN: NZABBDG004C8
Haircut: 12%

Issuer: MTF Rambler Trust 2019 Floating Rate Note
Maturity date: 16 August 2027
ISIN: NZRAMTFAT017
Haircut: 15%

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