Ally Financial priced its upsized $1 billion offering of notes backed by automotive dealer financing, according to a regulatory filing.
The deal that was originally sized at $671.14 million, priced $600 million of floating-rate,2.94-years, triple-A notes at 47 basis points over the one-month Libor. The deal priced $400 million of fixed rated, 2.94-years, triple-A’s at 47 basis points over the interpolated swaps curve.
The deal, Ally Master Owner Trust, Series 2014-1, was launched Monday.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan and Societe Generale as underwriters. Credit Agricole Securities, Lloyds Securities, Natixis, PNC Capital Markets, and Scotiabank are the co-managers on the deal.
The receivables are originated from credit lines made by Ally to retail automotive dealers franchised by General Motors, Chrysler Group and other original equipment manufacturers.
The trust also issued class B, C, D and E notes that will were not rated or offered.
The deal is the first securitization of auto dealer financing of 2014. Ally has brought two or three deals to market each year since 2010; Ford Motor is also a regular issue and General Motors has said it plans to start securitizing floorplan financing this year as well.