JPMorgan Chase has purchased $45 billion in servicing rights from the embattled mortgage firm Ocwen Financial.

Ocwen had announced the planned sale in March but withheld the name of the buyer; news reports had said JPMorgan was the purchaser. JPMorgan bought the rights to 266,000 "high-quality Fannie Mae loans," JPMorgan said in a news release Thursday.

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