Capital One Bank upsized and priced a $550 million note backed by credit card receivables from its Multi-Asset Execution Trust, according to a deal document.

The deal was originally sized to sell $500 million worth of securities. The 2014-4 series of Class A notes, rated ‘AAA’ by Standard & Poor’s, priced at 36 basis points over the one month Libor. The notes have an expected maturity of August 2019.

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