What is an Internal Reference Rate?

The reference rate is an internal rate which we use to determine the borrowing rate on a loan. It includes the cost of funds to the bank, and administration costs for the set-up and maintenance of the loan.

Reference rates are only used for variable rate loans taken out after June 10th 2010.

Last updated: May 17, 2017

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