Four credit-card issuers are bringing more than $2 billion in new receivables securitizations to the U.S. and Canadian asset-backed markets.

Chase Bank, Discover, RBC and Alliance Data Systems Corp. – through subsidiary Comenity Bank – each received preliminary triple-A ratings for their new card-backed securitizations. The largest of the deals, Chase’s $1.1 billion Chase Issuance Trust 2016-7 through its ChaseSERIES platform, closed Monday, according to ratings agency reports.

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