Pricing Supplement Dated November 6, 2001       Rule 424(b)(3)
(To Prospectus dated June 18, 2001 and          File Nos. 333-62516,
Prospectus Supplement dated July 20, 2001)      333-62516-01, 333-62516-02,
                                                333-62516-03, 333-62516-04

Senior Medium-Term Notes Series D
(U.S. $ Floating Rate)

Trade Date: November 6, 2001           Original Issue Date: November 8, 2001
Principal Amount: $100,000,000         Net Proceeds to Issuer: $99,995,000
Issue Price: 99.995%                   Agent's Capacity:
Selling Agent's                        x Principal Basis      Agency Basis
Commission/Discount: 0.005%
Interest Rate: 3-Month Libor Telerate  Interest Payment Date:
               page 3750 minus 6 basis Quarterly on the 8th day of November,
               points resets quarterly February, May and August commencing
               2 prior business days   February 8, 2002
Maturity Date: November 8, 2002

Form:       x     Book Entry

            x     The Notes cannot be redeemed prior to maturity
                  The Notes may be redeemed prior to maturity

      Initial Redemption Date: N/A

      Initial Redemption Percentage: N/A

      Annual Redemption Percentage Reduction: N/A


           x      The Notes cannot be repaid prior to maturity
                  The Notes can be repaid prior to maturity at the
                  option of the holder of the Notes

      Optional Repayment Date:   N/A

      Optional Repayment Price:  N/A

Discount Note:     Yes      x   No

The defeasance and covenant defeasance provisions of the Senior Indenture
described under "Description of Senior Debt Securities and Senior
Subordinated Debt Securities -- Defeasance and Covenant Defeasance" in the
Prospectus will apply to the Notes. The Notes described herein are being
Purchased by Credit Suisse First Boston (the "Agent"), as principal, on the
terms and conditions described in the Prospectus Supplement under the
caption "Plan of Distribution of Medium-Term Notes."  The Notes will
be sold to the public at varying prices relating to prevailing market
prices at the time of resale as determined by the Agent.  The net
proceeds to the Company will be $99,995,000.

                     Credit Suisse First Boston