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Bonus Bond holders to get $1.10 payout, maybe more

Staff reporters
Thu, 26 Aug 2021

Bonus Bonds manager, ANZ Investment Services, said it expects to pay domestic holders $1.10 per bond in December and that an additional small payment may be made at a later date when the windup of the scheme has been finalised.ANZ said it is still determining the timing for international payments.The latest annual report for the scheme showed there were still 778,318 bonds on issue at March 31, down from 3,125,672 a year earlier.The report showed  scheme assets net of prizes at March 31 were $871.5 million, down from $3.2 billion a year ea...

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