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Update to Eligible Securities

Update to list of repo eligible securities for Domestic Market Operations


Update to Eligible Seucrities
03 September 2019

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

Issuer: Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation Limited Floating Rate Note
Maturity date: 16 August 2022
ISIN: NZHKBDT009C4
Haircut: 9%

Issuer: Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation Limited Fixed Rate Bond
Maturity date: 16 August 2024
ISIN: NZHKBDT010C2
Haircut: 9%

Issuer: Bank of New Zealand Limited Floating Rate Note
Maturity date: 29 August 2022
ISIN: NZBNZDT395C2
Haircut: 12%

Issuer: Transpower New Zealand Limited Fixed Rate Bond
Maturity date: 16 August 2022
ISIN: NZHKBDT009C4
Haircut: 9%

Issuer: New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Limited Fixed Rate Bond
Maturity date: 20 September 2029
ISIN: NZLGFDT012C4
Haircut: 8%

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