Chase priced a total of $1.75 billion of securities backed by credit card receivables Monday, according to a regulatory filing.
The offering consisted of two tranches with a weighted average life of 2.92 years. The class A (2015-1) floating-rate notes with a scheduled principal repayment date of February 2018 was upsized to $350 million from $250 million originally; the notes pay Libor plus 32 basis points.
J.P. Morgan is the lead underwriter; Barclays, Wells Fargo Securities are co-managers.
The class A (2015-2) fixed-rate notes with the same scheduled principal repayment date was upsized to $1.4 billion from $750 million originally; it pays 1.59% a year.
J.P. Morgan is the lead underwriter; Mitsubishi UFG and RBC Capital Markets are co-managers.
The most recent credit card securitization, was a $950 million offering of three-year, triple-A rated notes from Discover; that issue priced at the same spread as Chase’s floating-rate notes, at Libor plus 32 basis points.
Chase was last in the market with a two-year offering of credit card notes in November 2014.