Synchrony Bank, formerly GE Capital Retail bank, increased the size of its first credit card securitization, SYNCT 2014-1, by $264 million to $924 million, according to a pricing document.

The  three-year class A notes, issued under Synchrony’s master trust, which was formerly the GE Capital Credit Card Master Note Trust, sold at a spread of 45 basis points over interpolated swaps, yielding 1.63%.

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