Listing of new financial instrument:


(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)

Registration number: 1951/000009/06

JSE Alpha Code: BINBK


The JSE Limited has granted approval for a new financial instrument listing to Nedbank Limited under its

Structured Note Programme dated 8 February 2019 as follows:

New instrument: NN299

Authorised programme size: R60,000,000,000.00

Total amount in issue after this issuance: R29,763,639,265.00

Instrument type: Floating and credit linked

Nominal issued: R300,000,000.00

Issue price: 100%

Interest rate: 3-month JIBAR as at 16 May 2024 plus a margin of 2.15%

Trade type: Price

Maturity date: 28 February 2035

Books close dates: 18 February, 21 May, 21 August and 20 November

Interest payment dates: 28 February, 31 May, 31 August and 30 November

Last day to register: By 17:00 on 17 February, 20 May, 20 August and 19 November

Issue date: 16 May 2024

Date convention: Following business day

Interest commencement date: 16 May 2024

First interest payment date: 31 August 2024

ISIN: ZAG000205493

Additional information: Senior, unsecured

The Applicable Pricing Supplement is available at: Debt investors programme (

The note relating to the new financial instrument ("Note") will be dematerialised in the Central Securities

Depository ("CSD") and settlement will take place electronically in terms of JSE Rules. For further information

on the Note please contact:

Corporate Actions JSE +27 11 5207000

15 May 2024

Debt Sponsor

Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking, a division of Nedbank Limited

Date: 15-05-2024 05:39:00

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