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Fully-Paid Securities Lending Program

06 May 2022 by National Bank Direct Brokerage
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This Program gives eligible National Bank Direct Brokerage clients the opportunity to earn additional income by lending their fully paid securities held in their non-registered accounts.

It’s the first Program of its kind offered by a bank-owned direct brokerage in Canada!

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