AMSTERDAM, Oct 3 (Reuters) - ** Netherlands-based car leasing firm LeasePlan has revived IPO plans it shelved this spring, according to a report in Het Finanacieele Dagblad.
** LeasePlan was purchased in 2015 for 3.7 billion euros by a consortium led by pension fund manager PGGM, with Denmark’s TDR Capital, sovereign wealth fund GIC, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Goldman Sachs.
** In April, the company delayed plans for an IPO until after the summer.
** In August, LeasePlan said it was exploring strategic alternatives, including a possible IPO.
** The FD report said investment banks had begun canvassing institutional investors again this week with an eye to listing.
** LeasePlan declined comment. (Reporting by Toby Sterling; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)