Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsForeign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and ForeignCurrency Interest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs)Terms and ConditionsVersion: October 2008
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsForeign Currency Accounts (FCAs)terms and conditions may be altered by ANZ from time to time, inaccordance with the General Terms and Conditions.Foreign Currency Interest Bearing TermDeposits (FCIBTDs)How are complaints made and resolved?You should read all relevant documentation that is provided to you(including these Terms and Conditions) and ask ANZ about anyissues that concern you.Further InformationWhat are FCAs and FCIBTDs?FCAs and FCIBTDs are deposit accounts denominated in a foreigncurrency. Accounts can be opened in most major currencies, forexample United States Dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), New ZealandDollar (NZD), Great Britain Pound Sterling (GBP), Singapore Dollar(SGD), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), and Japanese Yen (JPY). Othercurrencies will be considered on a case by case basis.Who provides the FCAs and FCIBTDs?FCAs and FCIBTDs are provided by Australia and New ZealandBanking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522 (“ANZ”). Any enquiriesconcerning these accounts should be made by contacting yourRelationship Manager or by contacting Australia and New ZealandBanking Group Limited of Level 6, 100 Queen Street, MelbourneVIC 3000 (Phone: 13 31 99).What are the significant benefits offered by FCAs and FCIBTDs?FCAs: If ANZ makes a mistake, or ANZ’s service doesn’t meet yourexpectations, ANZ wants to know. The complaints handlingprocedure is set out in clause 20 under General Terms andConditions below. llows netting of foreign currency transactions, minimisingAexchange risks; rovide a means of financing where there are mismatches inPtransaction timings and where volumes of transactions requireflexibility for management control; ake it possible to buy or sell foreign currencies in advanceMwhen exchange rates are advantageous.FCIBTDs: Provide flexibility to invest at foreign currency interest rates foreither investment or trading opportunities for a fixed period; ffer a short to medium term investment with a fixedOinterest rate; enerate interest while preserving intact those fundsGearmarked for future commitments.Please note that interest rates and exchange rates fluctuate on adaily basis.What fees and charges apply to FCAs and FCIBTDs?The fees and charges which currently apply in respect of FCAs andFCIBTDs are set out in the Fees and Charges Booklet.ANZ may vary these fees and charges from time to time inaccordance with the attached documentation.Further information concerning FCAs and FCIBTDs can be obtainedby contacting your Relationship Manager.As part of the commitment which ANZ makes to your business,many of the features of the above products can be customisedto provide a specific solution for your business. Refer to yourRelationship Manager for details.Terms and ConditionsForeign Currency Accounts (FCAs) Specific Terms and Conditions1. DepositsFor FCAs, you can make deposits to your account: in person at an ANZ branch; by making arrangements with your Relationship Manager; by transferring funds electronically; and y arranging an electronic credit via another financialbinstitution.Each non-electronic deposit must be accompanied by a writteninstruction.Notwithstanding that a deposit made to a FCA is in the samecurrency in which the FCA is denominated, when a deposit includesforeign currency notes, a foreign currency draft or cheque orforeign currency travellers cheques, ANZ may, in its absolutediscretion, convert the deposit into Australian Dollars at the buyingrate applicable on the day of the transaction and then reconvertthe deposit back into the currency in which the FCA is denominatedat the selling rate applicable on the day of the transaction. Fordetails of the exchange rate associated with such a deposit intoyour FCA refer to your Relationship Manager.When a deposit includes foreign currency notes, a foreign currencydraft or cheque or foreign currency travellers cheques the depositwill incur a Non Trade Transaction Fee. When a deposit includesan Australian dollar or foreign currency cheque, each cheque mayincur a Collection Item Fee and the deposit may incur an additionaltransaction fee. Refer to the IFS and Corporate Fees Booklet fordetails. This booklet is available from your Relationship Manager.2. Withdrawing or Transferring FundsWhat terms and conditions apply to FCAs and FCIBTDs?The specific and general terms and conditions which apply inrespect of FCAs and FCIBTDs are set out in this document. TheseWithdrawals can be made from FCAs via your Relationship Manageror at an ANZ branch. If you wish to make a withdrawal at an ANZbranch, ANZ may require you to provide satisfactory identification.Page 1 of 7
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsANZ may allow you to make withdrawals or debits to your accountin other ways. If it does, ANZ can impose further terms andconditions for those withdrawals or debit arrangements. Refer toyour Relationship Manager for details.Withdrawals from the FCA may be utilised for purchase of anoverseas draft, telegraphic transfer, settlement of a trade relatedtransaction or be credited to a nominated account in the same or adifferent foreign currency or Australian Dollars.Notwithstanding that a withdrawal made from a FCA is in the samecurrency in which the FCA is denominated, when a withdrawalincludes foreign currency notes, a foreign currency draft or chequeor foreign currency travellers cheques, ANZ may, in its absolutediscretion, convert the withdrawal into Australian Dollars at theselling rate applicable on the day of the transaction and thenreconvert the withdrawal back into the currency in which the FCAis denominated at the buying rate applicable on the day of thetransaction. For details of the exchange rate associated with such awithdrawal from your FCA refer to your Relationship Manager.A withdrawal from a FCA to purchase foreign currency notes orforeign currency travellers cheques incurs a Non Trade TransactionFee, as does a withdrawal from a FCA that is credited to a nominatedaccount in the same or a different foreign currency or an AustralianDollar account. Refer to the IFS and Corporate Fees Booklet fordetails. This booklet is available from your Relationship Manager.3. Credit InterestFCAs interest (if applicable) is calculated on the daily creditbalance provided that the daily credit balance is greater than theFree Funds Amount (as defined in clause 2 of the general termsand conditions). Interest on FCAs which accrue interest on the dailycredit balance is only paid on the daily credit balance in excessof Free Funds Amount and is paid according to the interest cycledetermined by you and your Relationship Manager.Interest will be credited to the FCA on which the interest is earned.4. Credit Interest RatesDetails of current interest rates which may be applicable to yourFCA are available from your Relationship Manager.currency of all other countries (including Canada), the daily interestrate is the annual rate divided by 360 days.5. Debit InterestUnless you have made prior arrangements with ANZ, your accountmust have a credit balance at all times. If you overdraw and ANZ,in its discretion, honours your withdrawal, you will be chargedinterest on the overdrawn balance.Debit interest is calculated daily in arrears and the calculationincludes non Banking Days. Debit interest is charged according tothe cycle determined by your Relationship Manager.Debit interest will be charged to the account on which it wasaccrued.If ANZ fails to collect an interest amount to which it is entitled,ANZ has not waived its right to collect that interest amount or theinterest amounts for future transactions of the same nature.6. Debit Interest RateDetails of current debit interest rates which may be applicable toyour FCA are available from your Relationship Manager.The debit interest rate applicable to your FCA varies on a dailybasis. It is determined by taking a Base Interest Rate (being theinterest rate charged by ANZ’s overseas settlement correspondentbank’s to ANZ in respect of the relevant currency) and adding yourcustomer margin.Determination of Base Interest Rates is linked to external referencerates, changes to which ANZ cannot advise you of in advance.The amount of your customer margin, expressed as a percentage,will be advised to you by your Relationship Manager at the time ofopening your FCA.The daily debit interest rate for accounts denominated in thecurrency of any Commonwealth country (with the exception ofCanada) is the annual rate divided by 365 days. For accountsdenominated in the currency of all other countries (includingCanada), the daily interest rate is the annual rate divided by360 days.The interest rate applicable to your FCA varies on a daily basis.It is determined by taking a Base Interest Rate (being the interestrate paid by ANZ’s overseas settlement correspondent banksto ANZ in respect of the relevant currency) and deducting yourcustomer margin.7. Overdraft FacilityDetermination of Base Interest Rates is linked to external referencerates, changes to which ANZ cannot advise you of in advance.You or any other authorised person can close your FCA at any timeupon request. Any unused Corporate Draft forms provided to youunder the Corporate Draft Issuing Facility must be returned at thistime. ANZ will pay you the credit balance plus deposit interestif any; less any accrued account fees and government chargesapplicable to the closing date. Any uncleared funds will not bereleased until they are cleared.The amount of your customer margin, expressed as a percentage,will be advised to you by your Relationship Manager at the time ofopening your FCA.Provided that the interest rate, after deduction of your customermargin is a positive figure, interest (if applicable), will be payableat that interest rate.The daily interest rate for accounts denominated in the currency ofany Commonwealth country (with the exception of Canada) is theannual rate divided by 365 days. For accounts denominated in theIf you require credit, an Overdraft facility may be available on yourFCA account. Please refer to your Relationship Manager for details.All applications are subject to ANZ’s normal credit approval criteria.8. Closing Your ANZ accountIf your account is in debit, the balance plus any accrued debitinterest, fees and government charges applicable to the closingdate will be payable by you to ANZ.Page 2 of 7
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsIf your account has either a nil or debit balance, and there havebeen no transactions (except for government charges and fees) onthe account for more than three months, then ANZ may (subject tothe recovery from you of any debit balance) close your account.ANZ may exercise its discretion to close an account due tounsatisfactory conduct or for any other reason it considersappropriate. In this event, ANZ will notify you in writing at theaddress shown on our records and will forward a foreign currencydraft for the net credit balance of the account.9. Information about Corporate Draft Issuing FacilityA corporate draft issuing facility is available on FCAs to approvedcustomers. This facility is subject to additional terms andconditions, which will be provided to approved customers,together with general descriptive information concerning theoperation of the facility.Foreign Currency Interest BearingTerm Deposits (FCIBTDs) - Specific Termsand Conditions1. DepositsThere is a minimum balance requirement of AUD75,000 equivalentfor opening a new FCIBTD.FCIBTDs of AUD75,000 equivalent or more can be invested for anyterm between thirty (30) days and two (2) years.For FCIBTDs, you can make deposits to your account: in person at an ANZ branch; and by making arrangements with your Relationship Manager.Each deposit must be accompanied by a FCIBTD Deposit form.When a deposit includes foreign currency notes, a foreign currencydraft or cheque or foreign currency travellers cheques the depositwill incur a Non Trade Transaction Fee. Refer to the IFS andCorporate Terms and Conditions: Fees Booklet for details. Thisbooklet is available from your Relationship Manager.Notwithstanding that a deposit made to a FCIBTD is in the samecurrency in which the FCIBTD is denominated, when a depositincludes foreign currency notes, a foreign currency draft or chequeor foreign currency travellers cheques, ANZ may, in its absolutediscretion, convert the deposit into Australian Dollars at the buyingrate applicable on the day of the transaction and then reconvert thedeposit back into the currency in which the FCIBTD is denominatedat the selling rate applicable on the day of the transaction. Fordetails of the exchange rate associated with such a deposit intoyour FCIBTD refer to your Relationship Manager.2. Withdrawing or Transferring FundsIf you wish to withdraw all of your FCIBTD before its maturity date,you require ANZ’s agreement. Any request must be made in writingat least 24 hours prior to the required prepayment date. If ANZagrees to an early withdrawal, then ANZ will be entitled to reducethe interest rate payable on the FCIBTD. The FCIBTD will be retiredat the market rate applicable at the date of repayment. Refer toyour Relationship Manager for details.Partial prepayment is not available for FCIBTDs.3. Credit InterestInterest is paid on maturity of the FCIBTD. Interest is calculated onthe opening balance of your FCIBTD.The rate of interest is fixed for the term of your FCIBTD. ANZ willadvise you of the interest rate for the particular term that you havechosen at the time you make the deposit. Interest accrues daily andthe daily interest rate is the rate fixed for the term of the deposit: ivided by 365 days for accounts denominated in the currencydof any Commonwealth country (with the exception of Canada); ivided by 360 days for accounts denominated in the currencydof all other countries (including Canada).You can obtain details about the level of interest that your accountwill earn from your Relationship Manager.At the time you make your FCIBTD, you can arrange for your interestto be: Credited to a nominated ANZ account; or Reinvested with the principal.4. Renewal InstructionsIt is your responsibility to advise ANZ of your requirements for yourFCIBTD when it matures. If for any reason ANZ does not have anyinstructions from you as to what should happen to your funds by11.00am on the date of maturity, ANZ will reinvest the principaland interest in the same type of FCIBTD as you initially chose, forthe same term and at the interest rate then current.If you have made arrangements with ANZ for funds from an existingFCIBTD to be reinvested on maturity in a new FCIBTD, you cannotrequest that ANZ change either the term of the new deposit, or tochange the amount that you wish to reinvest.5. Customer LetterWhen you open, re-invest, close, add to or redeem your FCIBTD,you will receive a confirmatory letter or deal confirmation slipfrom ANZ.General Terms and Conditions1. Application of these General Terms and ConditionsIf you have an existing account, these Terms and Conditions willapply 30 days after you receive notification of them.If ANZ and you have agreed on terms and conditions for youraccount that has a fixed expiry date, these Terms and Conditionswill only take effect on expiry of that term.If you are opening a new account, these Terms and Conditions willapply immediately upon opening of that account.Other terms and conditions, including those implied by law, apply.To the extent of any inconsistency, the terms and conditionscontained in these Terms and Conditions shall prevail to the extentpermitted by law.Page 3 of 7
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and Conditions2. Opening a FCA or FCIBTD and verification of account signatoriesYou can open accounts by contacting your Relationship Manager.To open any account, the Anti-Money Laundering and CounterTerrorism Financing Act 2006 requires all signatories to the accountto be identified in accordance with the Act.At the time of opening your FCA, ANZ will advise you of the FreeFunds Amount that must be deposited into your FCA.Free Funds Amount means the minimum foreign currency amountbalance that must be maintained in your account at all times beforeany credit interest (if applicable) is payable.3. Tax File Numbersdenominated will be subject to exchange rates applicable to thecurrency of the transaction involved on the day of the transaction.ANZ will determine the exchange rates to convert foreign currencyamounts to the equivalent amounts in a different foreign currencyor Australian Dollars. For details of the exchange rate associatedwith deposits into or withdrawals from your FCA or FCIBTD refer toyour Relationship Manager.7. Fees and ChargesIf ANZ fails to collect a fee to which it is entitled, ANZ has notwaived its right to collect that fee or the fee for future transactionsof the same nature.Federal law provides that all accounts earning deposit interest in atax year may be subject to Tax File Number (TFN) legislation.ANZ may waive fees under certain conditions. Please refer to yourRelationship Manager for details.It is not compulsory for you to provide your TFN. However, if youchoose not to do so, in accordance with TFN legislation ANZ isrequired to deduct withholding tax for an Australian residentfrom interest earned unless you are in an exempt category.Accordingly, you are required to advise ANZ the type of exemptionyou are claiming.8. StatementsWithholding tax is calculated at the highest marginal tax rate plusMedicare Levy. ANZ will preserve the confidentiality of your TFN,which can be recorded for all your accounts, in accordance with thePrivacy Act.If you are not an Australian resident and do not have a TFN, ANZis required to deduct withholding tax from any interest earned inaccordance with applicable law.4. Code of Banking PracticeIf you are an individual or if you are using ANZ’s products andservices in connection with a small business (as defined by theCode of Banking Practice), ANZ is bound by the Code of BankingPractice when it provides its products and services to you.5. Processing of Withdrawals and DepositsGenerally, any withdrawal, deposit or transfer made on youraccount will be processed to your account on the same day,provided any cut off time applicable to the method of withdrawal,deposit or transfer are met.Cheque deposits and drafts in Australian Dollars will usually takethree to seven working days to clear.All deposits and request for telegraphic transfers must be receivedbefore 4 pm in the place from which the telegraphic transfer issent, Monday to Friday to ensure the funds are transferred on asame day basis.Any transaction made after these cut-off times may be processedon the following Banking Day. Customers will not have access totheir funds until they are cleared.Uncleared funds do not accrue interest.6. Exchange of Currency on Deposits or WithdrawalsAny deposit into or withdrawal from your FCA or FCIBTD in acurrency other than the currency in which the FCA or FCIBTD isANZ will issue statements for your FCA as arranged by you and yourRelationship Manager.Statements are not issued for FCIBTDs.A fee may be charged if you require duplicate copies of statements.Refer to the Fees and Charges Booklet, for details.You must review and reconcile your records in respect of eachaccount held with us within the account reconciliation period (asdocumented in the account authority) after you have received therelevant statement of account and notify us immediately if: t here has been any alleged omission from, or debits wronglymade to, an account, or ny unauthorised transaction has been effected in respect ofaan account.Except to the extent notified by you pursuant to this term andcondition or any bank fees or changes incorrectly debited orcredited by ANZ, all entries in the statement of account at the endof that account reconciliation period shall be conclusive evidencewithout further proof that they are correct and complete and ANZshall be free from all claims in respect of such accounts.9. Authority for Account OperationAt the time of opening your account, you must nominate thepersons who are authorised to operate the account.ANZ can act at all times on the basis that the authorisedoperator(s) can act fully and effectively in all dealings, matters andtransactions in respect of the account according to the accountauthority. You are responsible to ANZ for any fees, charges andliability incurred or to be incurred or arising from the operationson the account or any document, act, matter or thing effected orpurported to have been effected by the authorised operator(s).You will indemnify ANZ and keep ANZ indemnified against anycost, loss, expense or other liability sustained or incurred by ANZas a result of ANZ accepting and acting on any document, act,matter or thing effected or purported to have been effected bythe authorised operator(s). ANZ may debit your account with anyamounts you are liable to pay to ANZ in respect of the account.Page 4 of 7
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsAny third party who is an authorised operator may be responsiblefor all liability which is incurred as a result of operations on theaccount.If you hold your account jointly or in partnership with one ormore other persons, then each of you is jointly and severallyresponsible to ANZ for any liability. If you wish to alter the accountauthorisation instructions, then you must notify ANZ in writing.10. Disruption to ServiceWhen planning transactions, please allow sufficient time. Youshould bear in mind that occasionally a banking service maybe disrupted. A disruption is where a service is temporarilyunavailable or where a system or equipment fails to function in anormal or satisfactory manner.To the maximum extent permitted by law, ANZ will only be liablefor loss or damage suffered because of a disruption where thatdisruption is caused by an event within ANZ’s reasonable control.ANZ will not be liable for consequential loss or damage because ofsuch disruption.This disclaimer is in addition to, and does not restrict, any otherprovision contained in these terms and conditions which limitsANZ’s liability.11. Inactive AccountsIf you do not operate your account for seven years and there is theAustralian dollar equivalent of AUD500 or more in your account,ANZ is required by law to send your money to the Governmentas unclaimed money. While you can reclaim your money at anytime, we suggest you operate your account regularly to avoid thisinconvenience.(c) the transaction may directly or indirectly involve the proceedsof, or be applied for the purposes of, unlawful conduct.You must provide all information to ANZ which ANZ reasonablyrequires in order to manage anti-money laundering or counterterrorism financing and economic and trade sanctions risk orto comply with any laws or regulations in Australia or any othercountry. You agree that ANZ may disclose any informationconcerning you to:(a) any law enforcement, regulatory agency or court where requiredby any such law or regulation in Australia or elsewhere; and(b) any Correspondent ANZ uses to make the payment for thepurpose of compliance with any such law or regulationUnless you have disclosed that you are acting in a trustee capacityor on behalf of another party, you warrant that you are acting onyour own behalf in entering into this agreement.You declare and undertake to ANZ that the processing of anytransaction by ANZ in accordance with your instructions will notbreach any laws or regulations in Australia or any other country.14. Government ChargesGovernment duties, taxes and charges, if applicable, will bededucted from your account.15. Changes to Fees, Charges, Interest Rates and Terms andConditionsThe table below sets out how and when ANZ will notify you ofchanges to your account. You agree that ANZ may notify youof certain changes by advertisement in major daily or nationalnewspapers. ANZ may make changes as detailed below in Table 1.16. Change of Name and/or Address12. Notices and Joint AccountsANZ can send you notices, statements or other documentsincluding changes to the terms and conditions by mailing them toany one of the authorised operator(s) at their nominated businessaddress shown in ANZ’s records. Notices may also be given bypublication of an advertisement.If ANZ does this, you will be deemed to have received the notice,statement or other document the day after it is sent, or on the firstday of publication of the advertisement, whichever is earlier.If ANZ gives these terms and conditions to any of the joint accountholders, they will be considered to have been received by allaccount holders.You should notify ANZ in writing as soon as possible of anychanges to your account details including the name and addressof the account holder, authorised operator(s) or business. ANZ willnot be responsible for any errors or losses associated with accountchanges where ANZ has not received notice.17. PrivacyCollection of your information by ANZ.ANZ may collect your information:(a) to assist in providing information about a product or service;(b) to consider your request for a product or service;13. Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions(c) to enable ANZ to provide a product or service;You agree that ANZ may delay, block or refuse to process anytransaction without incurring any liability if ANZ suspects that:(d) to tell you about other products or services that may be ofinterest to you;(a) the transaction may breach any laws or regulations in Australiaor any other country;(e) to assist in arrangements with other organisations (such asloyalty partners) in relation to the promotion and provision of aproduct or service;(b) the transaction involves any person (natural, corporate orgovernmental) that is itself sanctioned or is connected, directlyor indirectly, to any person that is sanctioned under economicand trade sanctions imposed by the United States, theEuropean Union or any country; or(f) to perform other administrative and operational tasks(including risk management, systems development andtesting, credit scoring, staff training, and market or customersatisfaction research);Page 5 of 7
Foreign Currency Accounts (FCAs) and Foreign CurrencyInterest Bearing Term Deposits (FCIBTDs) Terms and ConditionsDisclosures by ANZ(g) to prevent or investigate any fraud or crime (or a suspectedfraud or crime); and(h) as required by relevant laws, regulations, Codes and externalpayment systems.ANZ must, on your request, provide to you information concerningthe current interest rates and the standard fees and chargesrelevant to your account.Subject to ANZ’s general duties of confidentiality towards you, ANZmay need to disclose your information to:(a) credit reporting or debt collecting agencies;Absence of relevant information(b) an organisation that is in an arrangement or alliance with ANZfor the purpose of promoting or using their respective productsor services (and any agents used by that organisation inadministering such an arrangement or alliance);If you do not provide some or all of the information requested, ANZmay be unable to provide you with a product or service.(c) any service provider ANZ engages to carry out or assist itsfunctions and activities;Table 1: Changes to Fees, Charges, Interest Rates and Terms & ConditionsChangeMinimum number of days noticeMethod of noticeIntroduce a new fee or charge.30 daysIn writingIncrease an existing fee or charge.30 daysIn writing or by press advertisementChange the method by which interest is calculated or thefrequency with which interest is debited or credited.30 daysIn writingChange the interest rates.N/AThe interest rate applicable to youraccount will fluctuate from time to time.Refer to Specific Terms and conditionsChange any other term or condition,the name of interest rates, accountsor publications.Day of changeIn writing or by press advertisement(a) ANZ is holding personal information about that person;(d) regulatory bodies, government agencies, law enforcementbodies and courts;(e) other parties ANZ is authorised or required by law to discloseinformation to;(b) Personal information collected about that person will beused for the primary purpose of ANZ providing the servicescontemplated by these terms and conditions;(c) The person can access their information at any time bycontacting the ANZ Relationship Manager or asking to do so atany ANZ branch. ANZ may charge a reasonable fee for access;(f) other financial institutions (such as banks);(g) your authorised agent, executor, administrator or legalrepresentative.Accessing your information held by ANZSubject to the provisions of the Privacy Act (if applicable),you may access your information at any time by contacting theANZ Relationship Manager or asking to do so at any ANZ branch.ANZ may charge you a reasonable fee for access.If you can show that information about you is not accurate,complete and up to date, ANZ will take reasonable steps to ensureit is accurate, complete and up to date.Collecting your sensitive informationIf you are an individual, ANZ will not collect sensitive informationabout you, such as health information, without your consent.Where you supply ANZ with personal information aboutsomeone else(d) If the person can show that information about the person is notaccurate, complete and up to date, ANZ will take reasonablesteps
foreign currency notes, a foreign currency draft or cheque or foreign currency travellers cheques, ANZ may, in its absolute discretion, convert the deposit into Australian Dollars at the buying rate applicable on the day of the transaction and then reconvert the deposit back into the currency in which the FCA is denominated
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