Chase Bank has priced an upsized, $925 million credit card securitization, The deal, which was originally sized at $500 million, priced on Wednesday, according to a term sheet filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The 2014-4 class A notes are issued off of the bank’s Chase Issuance Trust. The notes have a weighted average life of two years and pay an interest rate of three-month Libor plus 13 basis points.
They have a scheduled principal payment date of April 2016 and a legal maturity of April 2018. Upon issuance, there will be $28.06 billion of class A notes outstanding and a total of $34.29 billion of notes outstanding, including class B and class C notes.
JP Morgan Securities, Barclays Capital and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities are the lead underwriters on the deal.
Chase’s latest offering comes just one week after it issued $1.4 million of floating-rate credit card notes that have a weighted average life of 2.12 years and priced at one-month Libor plus 20 basis points; and a $625 million of 6.95-years, fixed-rate credit card notes that priced at a spread of 48 basis points over the interpolated swaps curve.