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Offshore bank funding down $36 bln since GFC with banks forced to make more use of deposits

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Offshore bank funding is down a quarter since the global financial crisis (GFC) with the Reserve Bank's core funding ratio (CFR) playing a key role.

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Interesting Gareth - the net

Interesting Gareth - the net redemption of Uridashi and Eurokiwi bonds clearly accounts for the $36 Billion sum you mention - but can you add a little colour in respect of this RBNZ .xls spreadsheet?