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28 July 2021Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited ("HKEX"), The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "Stock Exchange") andHong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this document, make no representation asto its accuracy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from or in relianceupon the whole or any part of the contents of this document.This document, for which we and our Guarantor accept full responsibility, includes particulars given in compliance with the RulesGoverning the Listing of Securities on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "Rules") for the purpose of givinginformation with regard to us and our Guarantor. We and our Guarantor, having made all reasonable enquiries, confirm that to thebest of our knowledge and belief the information contained in this document is accurate and complete in all material respects and notmisleading or deceptive, and there are no other matters the omission of which would make any statement herein or this documentmisleading.This document is for information purposes only and does not constitute an invitation or offer to acquire, purchase or subscribe for theCBBCs.The CBBCs are complex products. You should exercise caution in relation to them. Investors are warned that the price of theCBBCs may fall in value as rapidly as it may rise and holders may sustain a total loss of their investment. Prospectivepurchasers should therefore ensure that they understand the nature of the CBBCs and carefully study the risk factors set outin the Base Listing Document (as defined below) and this document and, where necessary, seek professional advice, beforethey invest in the CBBCs.The CBBCs constitute general unsecured contractual obligations of us as the Issuer and of no other person and theGuarantee constitutes the general unsecured contractual obligations of our Guarantor and of no other person and will rankequally among themselves and with all our and our Guarantor's other unsecured obligations (save for those obligationspreferred by law) upon liquidation. If you purchase the CBBCs, you are relying upon the creditworthiness of us and ourGuarantor, and have no rights under the CBBCs against the Index Compiler or any other person. If we become insolvent ordefault on our obligations under the CBBCs or our Guarantor becomes insolvent or defaults on its obligations under theGuarantee, you may not be able to recover all or even part of the amount due under the CBBCs (if any). The Guarantor issubject to the exercise of the bail-in powers under the French legislation for implementation of the Bank Recovery andResolution Directive ("BRRD").Non-collateralised Structured ProductsLaunch AnnouncementandSupplemental Listing Document for Callable Bull/Bear Contracts over IndexIssuer: BNP PARIBAS ISSUANCE B.V.(incorporated in the Netherlands with its statutory seat in Amsterdam)and unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed byGuarantor:BNP Paribas(incorporated in France with limited liability)Sponsor:BNP Paribas Securities (Asia) Limited

Key TermsCBBCsStock codeLiquidity Providerbroker IDIssue sizeStyle / 0,000 CBBCsEuropean style cash settledcategory RBullHang Seng Index10,000 CBBCs0.25250,000,000 CBBCsEuropean style cash settledcategory RBullHang Seng Index10,000 CBBCs0.25250,000,000 CBBCsEuropean style cash settledcategory RBullHang Seng Index10,000 CBBCs0.25250,000,000 CBBCsEuropean style cash settledcategory RBullHang Seng Index10,000 CBBCs0.25TypeIndexBoard LotIssue Price perCBBC (HK )0.17770.1677Funding Cost per 0.1877CBBC as ofLaunchDate 1(HK )The funding cost will fluctuate throughout the life of the CBBCs0.157725,30025,20025,10025,000Strike Level25,40025,30025,20025,100Call LevelCash Settlement Subject to no occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event:Amount per BoardLot (if any)For a series of bull CBBCs:payable at expiry(Closing Level - Strike Level) x one Board Lot x Index Currency AmountDivisorFor a series of bear CBBCs:(Strike Level - Closing Level) x one Board Lot x Index Currency AmountDivisorClosing Level (for The final settlement price for settling the Hang Seng Index Futures Contracts that are scheduled to expire during themonth in which the Expiry Date of the relevant series of the CBBCs is scheduled to fall (the "Index Futuresall series)Contracts") 2Index Exchange The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited(for all series)1.001.001.001.00Index CurrencyAmount (HK )10,00010,00010,00010,000Divisor1The funding cost is calculated in accordance with the following formula:Funding Cost Strike Level x funding rate x n / 365 x Index Currency AmountDivisorWhere,(i)(ii)2"n" is the number of days remaining to expiration; initially, "n" is the number of days from (and including) the Launch Date to (and including) the tradingday immediately preceding the Expiry Date; andthe funding rate will fluctuate throughout the term of the CBBCs as further described in the "Key Risk Factors" section in this document. As of theLaunch Date, the funding rate was 2.40% (for stock code 51500), 2.28% (for stock code 51502), 2.16% (for stock code 51504) and 2.04% (for stock code51506).Determined pursuant to Regulation 012 of the Regulations for Trading Stock Index Futures Contracts and the Contract Specifications forHang Seng Index Futures (as amended from time to time) of the Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (or its successor or assign), subject toour right to determine the Closing Level in good faith on the Valuation Date upon the occurrence of a Market Disruption Event as describedfurther in Product Condition 1.

CBBCsStock codeLaunch Date (forall series)Issue Date (for allseries)Listing Date 3 (forall series)ObservationCommencementDate3 (for allseries)Valuation Date 4Expiry Date4Settlement Date(for all series)SettlementCurrencyEffective Gearing5Gearing5Premium55150027 July 202151502515045150629 August 202429 August 202429 August 202429 July 202130 July 202130 July 202129 August 202429 August 202429 August 202429 August 202429 August 2024The third CCASS Settlement Day after (i) the end of the MCE Valuation Period or (ii) the later of: (a) the Expiry Date;and (b) the day on which the Closing Level is determined in accordance with the Conditions (as the case may be)Hong Kong dollarsHong Kong dollarsHong Kong dollarsHong Kong 37x6.47%10.37x10.37x6.08%3During the period between the Launch Date and the scheduled Listing Date (both dates exclusive), if any severe weather occurs on anyBusiness Day which either results in the Stock Exchange (i) being closed for trading for the entire day; or (ii) being closed prior to its regulartime for close of trading for the relevant day, the Listing Date will be postponed (without any further notice or announcement) such that thereis a period of two Business Days not affected by the aforementioned event(s) between the Launch Date and the postponed Listing Date (bothdates exclusive). In such case, the Observation Commencement Date will also be postponed to the postponed Listing Date.4If such day is not the day on which the relevant Index Futures Contracts expire on Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (or its successoror assign), the day on which the relevant Index Futures Contracts will expire on the Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (or its successoror assign).5 This data may fluctuate during the life of the CBBCs and may not be comparable to similar information provided by other issuers ofcallable bull/bear contracts. Each issuer may use different pricing models.3

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONThe CBBCs are listed structured products which involve derivatives. Do not invest in them unless you fully understand and are willingto assume the risks associated with them.What documents should you read before investing in the CBBCs?The CBBCs are not rated.You must read this document together with our base listing documentdated 7 April 2021 (the "Base Listing Document"), as supplementedby any addendum thereto (together, the "Listing Documents"), inparticular the sections "General Conditions of Structured Products"(the "General Conditions") and "Product Conditions of Cash SettledCallable Bull/Bear Contracts over an Index" (the "ProductConditions" and, together with the General Conditions, the"Conditions") set out in our Base Listing Document. This document(as read in conjunction with our Base Listing Document and eachaddendum referred to in the section headed "Product SummaryStatement") is accurate as at the date of this document. You shouldcarefully study the risk factors set out in the Listing Documents. Youshould also consider your financial position and investment objectivesbefore deciding to invest in the CBBCs. We cannot give youinvestment advice. You must decide whether the CBBCs meet yourinvestment needs before investing in the CBBCs.Our credit ratings are subject to change or withdrawal at any timewithin each rating agency's sole discretion. You should conduct yourown research using publicly available sources to obtain the latestinformation with respect to our credit ratings from time to time.Is there any guarantee or collateral for the CBBCs?Our obligations under the CBBCs are unconditionally and irrevocablyguaranteed by our Guarantor. If we become insolvent or default onour obligations under the CBBCs and our Guarantor becomesinsolvent or defaults on its obligations under the Guarantee, you canonly claim as an unsecured creditor of the Issuer and our Guarantor.In such event, you may not be able to recover all or even part of theamount due under the CBBCs (if any).Is the Issuer or our Guarantor subject to any litigation?What are our credit ratings?The Issuer’s long term credit rating is:Rating agencyS&P Global RatingsOur Guarantor's long term credit ratings are:Rating agencyRating as of thedate of thisdocumentA (stable outlook)Moody's Investors Service, Inc.Rating as of the dateof this documentAa3(stable outlook)S&P Global RatingsA (stable outlook)Is the Issuer or our Guarantor regulated by the Hong KongMonetary Authority referred to in Rule 15A.13(2) or theSecurities and Futures Commission referred to in Rule15A.13(3)?The Issuer is not regulated by the Hong Kong Monetary Authorityreferred to in Rule 15A.13(2) or the Securities and FuturesCommission referred to in Rule 15A.13(3). Our Guarantor isregulated by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. Our Guarantor isalso regulated by Comité des Etablissements de Crédit et desEntreprises d'Investissement.Save as disclosed in the Listing Documents, the Issuer, our Guarantorand their respective subsidiaries are not aware of any litigation orclaims of material importance pending or threatened against any ofthem.Have the Issuer and our Guarantor's financial positions changedsince last financial year-end?Save as disclosed in the paragraph headed “Has the Guarantor’sfinancial position changed since last financial year-end?” on page 5 ofour Base Listing Document:(i) there has been no material adverse change in the financial ortrading position of the Issuer since 31 December 2020; and(ii) there has been no material adverse change in the financial ortrading position of our Guarantor since 31 December 2020.Rating agencies usually receive a fee from the companies that theyrate. When evaluating our creditworthiness, you should not solely relyon our credit ratings because: a credit rating is not a recommendation to buy, sell or holdthe CBBCs;ratings of companies may involve difficult-to-quantifyfactors such as market competition, the success or failure ofnew products and markets and managerial competence;a high credit rating is not necessarily indicative of low risk.Our credit ratings as of the date of this document are forreference only. Any downgrading of our credit ratings couldresult in a reduction in the value of the CBBCs;a credit rating is not an indication of the liquidity orvolatility of the CBBCs; anda credit rating may be downgraded if our credit qualitydeclines.4

PRODUCT SUMMARY STATEMENTThe CBBCs are listed structured products which involve derivatives. This statement provides you with key information about the CBBCs. Youshould not invest in the CBBCs based on the information contained in this statement alone. You should read and understand the remainingsections of this document, together with the other Listing Documents, before deciding whether to invest.Overview of the CBBCs What is a CBBC?A CBBC linked to an index is an instrument which tracks the performance of the underlying index.The trading price of the CBBCs tends to follow closely the movement of the Index level in dollar value.Similar to a derivative warrant, a CBBC may provide a leveraged return to you. Conversely, such leverage could also magnify yourlosses.A bull CBBC is designed for an investor holding a view that the level of the underlying index will increase during the term of theCBBC.A bear CBBC is designed for an investor holding a view that the level of the underlying index will decrease during the term of theCBBC. How do the CBBCs work?The CBBCs are European style cash settled callable bull/bear contracts linked to the Index. Subject to no occurrence of a MandatoryCall Event (see "Mandatory call feature" below), the CBBCs can only be exercised on the Expiry Date.Mandatory call featureA Mandatory Call Event occurs if the Spot Level is at or below (in respect of a series of bull CBBCs) or at or above (in respect of aseries of bear CBBCs) the Call Level at any time during an Index Business Day in the Observation Period.The Observation Period commences from the Observation Commencement Date to the Trading Day immediately preceding theExpiry Date (both dates inclusive). "Trading Day" means any day on which the Stock Exchange is scheduled to open for trading forits regular trading sessions.Upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event, trading in the CBBCs will be suspended immediately and, subject to the limitedcircumstances set out in the Conditions in which a Mandatory Call Event may be reversed, the CBBCs will be terminated and allPost MCE Trades will be invalid and will be cancelled and will not be recognised by us or the Stock Exchange. The term "PostMCE Trades" means subject to such modification and amendment prescribed by the Stock Exchange from time to time, (a) in thecase where the Mandatory Call Event occurs during a continuous trading session, all trades in the CBBCs concluded via automatching or manually after the time of the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event, and (b) in the case where the Mandatory CallEvent occurs during a pre-opening session or a closing auction session (if applicable), all auction trades in the CBBCs concluded insuch session and all manual trades concluded after the end of the pre-order matching period in such session.The time at which a Mandatory Call Event occurs will be determined by reference to the time the relevant Index level is publishedby the Index Compiler.5

Residual Value calculationThe CBBCs are Category R as the Call Level is different from the Strike Level. Upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event, theholder may be entitled to a cash amount called the "Residual Value" net of any Exercise Expenses (as defined under the heading"Exercise Expenses" in the sub-section titled "What are the fees and charges?" below).The Residual Value will be calculated in accordance with a formula by reference to the lowest Spot Level (in respect of a series ofbull CBBCs) or the highest Spot Level (in respect of a series of bear CBBCs) of the Index in the trading session during which aMandatory Call Event occurs and in the following session, subject to potential extension as further described in Product Condition 1.The Residual Value per Board Lot (if any) payable is calculated as follows:In respect of a series of bull CBBCs:(Minimum Index Level - Strike Level) x one Board Lot x Index Currency AmountDivisorIn respect of a series of bear CBBCs:(Strike Level - Maximum Index Level) x one Board Lot x Index Currency AmountDivisorWhere:"Minimum Index Level" means, in respect of a series of bull CBBCs, the lowest Spot Level of the Index during the MCE ValuationPeriod;"Maximum Index Level" means, in respect of a series of bear CBBCs, the highest Spot Level of the Index during the MCEValuation Period;"MCE Valuation Period" means, subject to any extension (as described in further detail in the Conditions), the period commencingfrom and including the moment upon which the Mandatory Call Event occurs and up to the end of the following trading session onthe Index Exchange; and"Spot Level" means the spot level of the Index as compiled and published by the Index Compiler.If the Residual Value is equal to or less than the Exercise Expenses (if any), you will lose all of your investment.At expiryIf a Mandatory Call Event has not occurred during the Observation Period, the CBBCs will be terminated on the Expiry Date.A bull CBBC will be automatically exercised at expiry without the need for the holder to deliver an exercise notice if the ClosingLevel is above the Strike Level. The more the Closing Level is above the Strike Level, the higher the payoff at expiry. If the ClosingLevel is at or below the Strike Level, you will lose all of your investment in the bull CBBC.A bear CBBC will be automatically exercised at expiry without the need for the holder to deliver an exercise notice if the ClosingLevel is below the Strike Level. The more the Closing Level is below the Strike Level, the higher the payoff at expiry. If the ClosingLevel is at or above the Strike Level, you will lose all of your investment in the bear CBBC.Upon the automatic exercise of the CBBCs, the holder is entitled to a cash amount called the "Cash Settlement Amount" net of anyExercise Expenses (as defined under the heading "Exercise Expenses" in the sub-section titled "What are the fees and charges?"below) according to the terms and conditions in the Listing Documents. If the Cash Settlement Amount is equal to or less thanthe Exercise Expenses (if any), you will lose all of your investment in the CBBCs.6

Can you sell the CBBCs before the Expiry Date?Yes. We have made an application for listing of, and permission to deal in, the CBBCs on the Stock Exchange. All necessaryarrangements have been made to enable the CBBCs to be admitted into the Central Clearing and Settlement System ("CCASS").Issue of the CBBCs is conditional upon listing approval being granted. From the Listing Date up to the Trading Day immediatelypreceding the Expiry Date (both dates inclusive), you may sell or buy the CBBCs on the Stock Exchange. No application has beenmade to list the CBBCs on any other stock exchange.The CBBCs may only be transferred in a Board Lot (or integral multiples thereof). Where a transfer of CBBCs takes place on theStock Exchange, currently settlement must be made not later than two CCASS Settlement Days after such transfer.The Liquidity Provider will make a market in the CBBCs by providing bid and/or ask prices. See the section headed "Liquidity"below. What is your maximum loss?The maximum loss in the CBBCs will be your entire investment amount plus any transaction costs. What are the factors determining the price of a CBBC?The price of a CBBC linked to an index generally depends on the level of the underlying index (being the Index for the CBBCs).However, throughout the term of the CBBCs, the price of the CBBCs will be influenced by a number of factors, including:-the Strike Level and Call Level of the CBBCs;the likelihood of the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event;the probable range of Residual Value (if any) upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event;the time remaining to expiry;the interim interest rates and expected dividend payments or other distributions on any components comprising the Index;the liquidity of the futures contracts relating to the Index;the supply and demand for the CBBCs;the probable range of the Cash Settlement Amount;our related transaction cost; andthe creditworthiness of the Issuer and our Guarantor.Although the price of the CBBCs tends to follow closely the movement of the Index level in dollar value, movements in the price ofthe CBBCs are affected by a number of factors (including those as set out above) and may not always follow closely the movementsin the Index level, especially when the Spot Level is close to the Call Level or there may be expected dividend payments or otherdistributions on any components comprising the Index during the life of the CBBCs. It is possible that the price of the CBBCs doesnot increase as much as the increase (in respect of the bull CBBCs) or decrease (in respect of the bear CBBCs) in the level of theIndex.Risks of investing in the CBBCsYou must read the section headed "Key Risk Factors" in this document together with the risk factors set out in our Base Listing Document.You should consider all these factors collectively when making your investment decision.Liquidity How to contact the Liquidity Provider for quotes?Liquidity Provider:BNP Paribas Securities (Asia) LimitedAddress:59th-63rd FloorsTwo International Finance Centre8 Finance StreetCentralHong KongChina 852 2108 5600Telephone Number:The Liquidity Provider is regulated by the Stock Exchange and the Securities and Futures Commission. It is an affiliate of the Issuerand will act as our agent in providing quotes. You can request a quote by calling the Liquidity Provider at the telephone numberabove.7

What is the Liquidity Provider's maximum response time for a quote? The Liquidity Provider will respond within 10 minutesand the quote will be displayed on the Stock Exchange's designated stock page for the CBBCs. Maximum spread between bid and ask prices: 20 spreads Minimum quantity for which liquidity will be provided: 20 Board Lots What are the circumstances under which the Liquidity Provider is not obliged to provide liquidity?There will be circumstances under which the Liquidity Provider is not obliged to provide liquidity. Such circumstances include:(i)upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event;(ii)during the first 5 minutes of each morning trading session or the first 5 minutes after trading commences for the first timeon a trading day;during a pre-opening session or a closing auction session (if applicable) or any other circumstances as may be prescribedby the Stock Exchange;when the CBBCs are suspended from trading for any reason;(iii)(iv)(v)if there occurs or exists any suspension of or limitation imposed on trading of options or futures contracts relating to theIndex or if the Index level is not calculated or published as scheduled for any reason;(vi)when there are no CBBCs available for market making activities. In such event, the Liquidity Provider shall continue toprovide bid prices. CBBCs held by us or any of our affiliates in a fiduciary or agency capacity are not CBBCs availablefor market making activities;(vii)when there are operational and technical problems beyond the control of the Liquidity Provider hindering the ability ofthe Liquidity Provider to provide liquidity;(viii)if the stock market experiences exceptional price movement and high volatility over a short period of time whichmaterially affects the Liquidity Provider's ability to source a hedge or unwind an existing hedge; or(ix)if the theoretical value of the CBBCs is less than HK 0.01. If the Liquidity Provider chooses to provide liquidity underthis circumstance, both bid and ask prices will be made available.You should read the sub-section entitled "Possible limited secondary market" under the "Key Risk Factors" section for furtherinformation on the key risks when the Liquidity Provider is not able to provide liquidity.How can you obtain further information? Information about the IndexYou may obtain information on the Index by visiting the Index Compiler's website at www.hsi.com.hk. Information about the CBBCs after issueYou may visit the Stock Exchange's website at ducts/overview?sc lang en orour website at www.bnppwarrant.com.hk to obtain information on the CBBCs or any notice given by us or the Stock Exchange inrelation to the CBBCs. Information about us and our GuarantorYou should read the section "Additional Information on Us and/or the Guarantor" in this document. You may visitwww.bnpparibas.com to obtain general corporate information about us and/or our Guarantor.We have included references to websites in this document to indicate how further information may be obtained. Information appearing onthose websites does not form part of the Listing Documents. We accept no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the informationappearing on those websites. You should conduct your own due diligence (including without limitation web searches) to ensure that you areviewing the most up-to-date information.8

What are the fees and charges? Trading Fees and LeviesThe Stock Exchange charges a trading fee of 0.005 per cent. and the Securities and Futures Commission charges a transaction levyof 0.0027 per cent. for each transaction effected on the Stock Exchange payable by each of the seller and the buyer and calculated onthe value of the consideration for the CBBCs. The levy for the investor compensation fund is currently suspended. Exercise ExpensesYou are responsible for any Exercise Expenses. Exercise Expenses mean any charges or expenses including any taxes or dutieswhich are incurred in respect of the early termination of the CBBCs upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event or the exerciseof the CBBCs at expiry. Any Exercise Expenses will be deducted from the Residual Value or the Cash Settlement Amount payableat expiry (if any, as the case may be). If the Residual Value or the Cash Settlement Amount payable at expiry (as the case may be) isequal to or less than the Exercise Expenses, no amount is payable. As at the date of this document, no Exercise Expenses are payablefor cash settled callable bull/bear contracts (including the CBBCs). Stamp DutyNo stamp duty is currently payable in Hong Kong on transfer of cash settled callable bull/bear contracts (including the CBBCs).You should note that any transaction cost will reduce your gain or increase your loss under your investment in the CBBCs.What is the legal form of the CBBCs?Each series of the CBBCs will be represented by a global certificate in the name of HKSCC Nominees Limited that is the only legal owner ofthe CBBCs. We will not issue definitive certificates for the CBBCs. You may arrange for your broker to hold the CBBCs in a securitiesaccount on your behalf, or if you have a CCASS Investor Participant securities account, you may arrange for the CBBCs to be held in suchaccount. You will have to rely on the records of CCASS and/or the statements you receive from your brokers as evidence of your beneficialinterest in the CBBCs.Can we adjust the terms or early terminate the CBBCs?The occurrence of certain events (including, without limitation, a succession of the Index or Index Compiler, modification or cessation ofcalculation of the Index) may entitle us to adjust the terms and conditions of the CBBCs. However, we are not obliged to adjust the terms andconditions of the CBBCs for every event that affects the Index.We may early terminate the CBBCs if it becomes illegal or impracticable for us (i) to perform our obligations under the CBBCs as a result of achange in law event, or (ii) to maintain our hedging arrangement with respect to the CBBCs due to a change in law event. In such event, theamount payable by us (if any) will be the fair market value of the CBBCs less our cost of unwinding any related hedging arrangements asdetermined by us, which may be substantially less than your initial investment and may be zero.Please refer to General Condition 8 and Product Conditions 2 and 4 for details about adjustments or early termination events. Such events maynegatively affect your investment and you may suffer a loss.Mode of settlement for the CBBCsSubject to early termination upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event, the CBBCs will be automatically exercised on the Expiry Date inintegral multiples of the Board Lot if the Cash Settlement Amount is positive. If the Cash Settlement Amount is zero or negative, or is equal toor less than the Exercise Expenses, you will lose all of your investment.Upon the occurrence of a Mandatory Call Event, the CBBCs will be early terminated and the holder is entitled to the Residual Value (if any)net of any Exercise Expenses.We will deliver a cash amount in the Settlement Currency equal to the Residual Value or the Cash Settlement Amount payable at expiry net ofany Exercise Expenses (if any) no later than the Settlement Date to HKSCC Nominees Limited (as the registered holder of the CBBCs), whichwill then distribute such amount to the securities account of your broker (and if applicable, its custodian) or to your CCASS InvestorParticipant securities account (as the case may be). You may have to rely on your broker (and if applicable, its custodian) to ensure that theResidual Value or the Cash Settlement Amount payable at expiry (if any) is credited to your account maintained with your broker. Once wemake the payment to HKSCC Nominees Limited, who operates CCASS, you will have no further right against us for that payment, even ifCCASS or your broker (and if applicable, its custodian) does not transfer your share of payment to you, or is late in making such paymenttransfer.9

Payment of the Residual Value or the Cash Settlement Amount payable at expiry (if any) may be delayed if a Settlement Disruption Eventoccurs on the Settlement Date, as a result of which we are unable to deliver such amount through CCASS on such day. See Product Condition3 for further information.Where can you inspect the relevant documents of the CBB

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