Skip to content
Subscriber Only

JPMorgan Said to Plan Biggest CMBS Offering of Year

JPMorgan Chase & Co. plans to sell $1 billion of commercial mortgage-backed bonds, giving control of soured loans to a holder of the riskiest portion after another offering ceded power to investors in the safest pieces.

JPMorgan’s sale, the largest this year of the debt, would grant hedge fund H/2 Capital Partners LLC, the buyer of the bottom $50 million slice, primary authority over troubled loans, according to people familiar with the transaction who declined to be identified because negotiations are private. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. gave those rights to investors of the highest-rated portions in a $788.5 million offering on Aug.