Nissan plans to price $1.4 bln car lease ABS

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NEW YORK, May 23 (Reuters) - Japanese car maker Nissan Motor plans to price this week about $1.4 billion of asset-backed securities supported by car leases it issued, a source familiar with the deal said. J.P. Morgan Securities and Merrill Lynch are jointly heading the deal's syndicate group that includes ABN AMRO, Citigroup Global Markets, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley and SG Corporate and Investment Banking, and Williams Capital, the source said. The following are the early terms and ...

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