Choose this GIC for the potential for a higher return tied to the performance of a portfolio of the six Canadian banks (the "Reference Portfolio") and protect your investment at maturity.
You can choose a registered or non-registered GIC.
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The Canadian Banks GIC Flex Series is linked to the performance of six Canadian banks.
Eligible for registered and non-registered plans. Non-transferable.
This product is eligible for deposit insurance through the CDIC.3
To invest online, you need to have a National Bank account. Don't have an account? Contact a National Bank branch.
1. The Canadian Banks GIC Flex Series, Series 25, Investors Category (the "Canadian Banks GIC") is not a conventional fixed-income instrument, is not suitable for all investor types and carries some risk. Potential investors should consult the relevant fact sheet before investing. The Bank has issued previous series which may have different terms and conditions. Please refer to the rates bulletin for previous series. Terms and expressions not defined have the meaning given in the relevant fact sheet.
2. The variable interest for the Canadian Banks GIC Flex Series is calculated based on the performance of the Reference Portfolio, comprised of shares from six Canadian banks. The Reference Portfolio Return is the arithmetic average of the Reference Share Return of each of the Reference Shares comprising the Reference Portfolio, subject to the Maximum Interest, as set out in the relevant fact sheet. A change in the Reference Portfolio has a direct impact on the variable interest paid at maturity. If the return on the Reference Portfolio for the term payable is less than zero, no interest will be paid.
3. An investment in a Canadian Banks GIC Flex Series is eligible for Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) insurance, up to the maximum coverage amount. See the terms and conditions set out in the CDIC brochure "Protecting Your Deposits," which you can access online at www.cdic.ca or by calling 1-800-461-2342.