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Current holdings

The composition of the balance sheets of the entities managing financial assets and liabilities vary significantly. Most financial assets are held in three entities - NZSF, ACC and the RBNZ.[34] Almost half of financial liabilities are comprised of core Crown borrowings, with the other significant liabilities relating to personal accident liabilities and defined benefit schemes.

As at 30 June 2013 the financial assets and liabilities held under the definitions used for financial reporting are set out in Figure 4.60 and Figure 4.61 respectively.

Figure 4.60 - Financial assets by type
Figure 4.60 - Financial assets by type   .
Figure 4.61 - Financial liabilities by type
Figure 4.61 - Financial liabilities by type   .
Source:  The Treasury

Notes

  • [34]Note the NZSF liabilities are netted against their assets for management purposes.
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