Chase priced $1.425 billion of credit card backed securities Thursday, according to a regulatory filing.

The Class A 2014-3 offering from the Chase Issuance Trust was upsized from $1 billion originally.

The notes have a weighted average life of 2.12 years. They pay interest of one-month Libor plus 20 basis points.

JP Morgan Securities was the lead underwriter; Credit Suisse Securities and RBC Capital Markets served as co-managers.

The 2014-3 offering was Chase's second this week; on Wednesday it priced an upsized offering of $625 million 6.95-year credit card backed notes at a spread of 48 basis points over the interpolated swaps curve.

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