Price talk surrounding Deutsche Bank's $690 million private equity CFO has been updated: tranche A of $172.5 million of triple-A rated notes, with a 5.4 year average life, is now at Libor plus 75 basis points; tranche B of $117.3 million of Aa2/AA rated notes, with a 7.5 year average life, is now at Libor plus 150 basis points; tranche C of $62.1 million notes, rated A2/A, with a 8.9 year average life, is now at Libor plus 300 basis points; tranche D of $62.1 million rated Baa2/BBB, with a 9.7 year average life, is now at Libor plus 450 to 500 basis points.

Assets in the vehicle are a portfolio of 75 private equity limited partner interests derived from the books of Deutsche Bank Capital Partners.

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