Citigroup priced its Citiseries Class 2013-A3, Class 2013-A4, and Class 2013-A-5 deals on Thursday, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The $925 million floating-rate 2013-A4 notes with a weighted average life of 4.96-years priced at 42 basis points over the one month Libor.
The $875 million, 2.96-year, fixed-rate 2013-A3 notes priced at 30 basis points over swaps.
The 2012-A3 notes were underwritten by Citi, JPMorgan Securities and RBC Capital Markets. Along with Citi, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse Securities, and RBS Securities underwrote the 2013-A4 deal.
The bank also announced that it had priced a $900 million single-tranche offering of floating rate Class 2013-A5 notes from the same trust, which priced at one-month LIBOR plus 15 basis points.
The notes are rated 'AAA' and desrcibed as having "substantially the same terms and underwriting arrangements as the Class 2013-A4 notes", with the exception that Barclays will replace Credit Suisse as a lead underwriter.