JPMorgan Chase is known to eschew selling conforming mortgage loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, preferring to securitize them in the private-label market.

Last year, it came up with a novel structure designed to transfer the credit risk on an unusual mix of jumbo and conforming loans. The hope was that this would allow it to obtain favorable capital treatment on its remaining exposure to the collateral.

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