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Kiwibank Term Deposit Special Rate

Kiwibank is increasing its term deposit rate to 1.25% from 0.95% for its nine-month term.

This is a special limited time only offer that runs to Sunday 8 August.

Term Deposits

Effective from: Wednesday 4 August 2021

Change applies to Business, PIE and Retail Term Deposits:

Interest Tier:$10,000+   $5,000 - $9,999
 Current RateNew RateChange Current RateNew RateChange
Interest paid at maturity      
9 months0.95%1.25%+0.30% 0.85%1.15%+0.30%

$1,000 - $4,999: No Change

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