Capital One Auto prices expanded $2.5 bln auto ABS


NEW YORK, July 27 (Reuters) - Capital One Financial unit Capital One Auto priced a larger-than-expected $2.5 billion offering of asset-backed securities supported by auto loans on Thursday, market sources said. Initially slated at $2.0 billion, the size of the deal was increased to accommodate investor demand, market sources said. Deutsche Bank Securities and Barclays Capital were the deal's lead managers, they said.

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