Credit Agricole Consumer Finance Nederland plans to securitize a pool of unsecured, Dutch consumer loans worth €1.07 billion ($1.14 billion) via a transaction called Ochiba 2015, according to Standard & Poor’s.

The loans have a maximum size of €100,000 and a weighted average term of 1.6 years and pay on average a 7.11% interest rate. Loans that pay only interest comprise 40% of the pool; the rest are amortizing loans, which pay interest and principal.

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