Merchant banking firm Opus Bank completed a $509 million securitization of its multifamily loans through a Freddie Mac-sponsored “Q-deal” risk-transfer securitization, the company announced Tuesday.

Opus chairman Stephen Gordon termed the deal a “novel” transaction that improved liquidity while reducing its commercial real estate concentration and lowering its levels of risk-weighted assets, risk-based capital and loan-to-deposit ratios.

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