Chase sold an upsized $1.3 billion of three-year bonds backed by credit card receivables via its Chase Issuance Trust, according to a regulatory filing.

The offering of class A notes, which was originally sized at $500 million, pays interest of 1.38%.

JP Morgan was the lead underwriter; RBC Capital Markets and RBS Securities acted as co-managers.

This is Chase’s seventh issue of class A notes this year; the most recent offering, completed in July, was $500 million of three-year notes that pay a fixed rate of interest of 1.26%.

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