Huntington Bancshares, which hasn’t made a trip to the securitization market since June of last year, will be offering $2.6 billion in bonds backed by auto and commercial loan receivables during the fourth quarter.

The transactions, disclosed in its third quarter earnings report Wednesday, are intended to improve the regional bank’s capital ratios by culling balance-sheet exposure to risk-weighted assets.

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