Fast-food-chain operator Church's Chicken is paying 6% on its $220 million in bonds backed by franchise fees and store revenue, a person familiar with the matter said Friday.

The deal is one of the first whole business securitizations backed essentially by all of a company’s assets since the credit crisis. The offering is further evidence that investors, hungry for yield, are becoming increasingly comfortable with esoteric asset classes.

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