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Citibank, ING biggest buyers at last year's government securities auctions

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Citibank Europe was the biggest buyer at last year's forint bond auctions and ING Bank ranked first at discount T-bill auctions, the 2014 rankings published on the website of Hungary's Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) show.

ÁKK publishes the rankings without revealing individual market shares.

ING Bank came second and OTP Bank third among primary bond market buyers and Erste Befektetesi was second and K&H Bank third on the primary market of discount T-bills last year.

ING Bank had the largest share on the secondary market last year, followed by OTP Bank and Goldman Sachs International.

ING Bank was ÁKK's largest-turnover repo partner, with Citibank Europe placed second and BNP Paribas coming in third, ÁKK said.

There are 15 primary dealers at present, including 14 credit institutions and one investment service provider.

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