JPMorgan Chase is reportedly planning a sale of $1 billion of commercials mortgage-backed securities, which would make it the largest debt offering so far this year. Sources said under terms of the sale, H/2 Capital Partners, a hedge fund that would purchase $50 million of the lowest-graded loans, would have primary authority over troubled loans.
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