Having grown its second-lien mortgage business over the last few years, Tennessee-based Union Planters is considering the securitization market for what will be the company's first subprime home-equity deal.

Planters recently amended an S-3 filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which would allow access to the public market. Up to this point, Union Planters has kept its loans on balance sheet.

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