Lately Domino's Pizza is looking a lot like an overachiever. The quick-serve restaurant and delivery chain is doing more than $5 billion in global retail sales, which should go a long way to support its ambitions for rapid growth from its locations in more than 55 countries. The key component of its recapitalization plans is also chipping away at issuance records in the intellectual property securitization sector.

The company revealed a few more details behind its $1.85 billion securitization of franchise fees from its stores, which might make the deal the largest IP securitization so far, just edging out the $1.8 billion KCD IP transaction and the $1.7 billion Dunkin Brands, which came to market in May 2006.

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