LONDON, May 31 (Reuters) - Dutch auto financing company DFM plans to raise 685 million euros ($844.2 million) in an automobile loan securitisation, a source close to the deal said on Tuesday. ABN AMRO and ING are the lead managers. "The leads are aiming to price the deal by the end of next week," said the source. Moody's Investors Service said earlier on Tuesday that DFM is one of the leading providers of financing to automotive dealers in the Netherlands. The agency said DFM is ...
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