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Bank of America Merrill Lynch plans non-conforming RMBS.

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Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) has announced plans to sell residential mortgage-backed securities worth GBP744.3m backed by UK non-conforming mortgages, Dow Jones has reported, citing two people familiar with the situation.

The deal, called Moorgate 2010-1, will be backed by mortgages originated by Wave Lending Limited, Edeus Mortgage Creators Limited and Mortgages Plc, the people said.

It consists of a GBP617.8m triple-A rated tranche with a weighted average life of 6.5 years, a GBP52.1m AA-rated tranche, a GBP18.6m A-rated tranche, a GBP37.2m BBB rated tranche and a GBP18.6m BB-rated tranche.

Each subordinate tranche has a weighted average life of 10.61 years, the report said.

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