1. The exposure value is the notional amount of each instrument multiplied by the percentages set out in Table 3.
|Original maturity||Interest-rate contracts||Contracts concerning foreign-exchange rates and gold|
|One year or less||0,5 %||2 %|
|Over one year, not exceeding five years||1 %||5 %|
|Over five years||1 %||3 %|
2. For calculating the exposure value of interest-rate contracts, an institution may choose to use either the original or residual maturity.