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J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4 – ‘FWP’ on 6/5/07 re: J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4

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  Free Writing Prospectus  


J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4


Asset Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-CH4




$435,000,000 (Approximate)


Subject to Revision


June 5, 2007 – Free Writing Prospectus



The depositor has filed a registration statement (including a prospectus) with the SEC for the offering to which this communication relates.  Before you invest, you should read the prospectus in that registration statement and other documents the depositor has filed with the SEC for more complete information about the depositor and this offering.  You may get these documents for free by visiting EDGAR on the SEC Web site at www.sec.gov.  Alternatively, the issuer or any underwriter or any dealer participating in the offering will arrange to send you the prospectus if you request it by calling 1-212-834-4154 (collect call) or by emailing Randall Outlaw at randall.outlaw@jpmorgan.com.


This free writing prospectus is not required to contain all information that is required to be included in the base prospectus and the prospectus supplement.  The information in this free writing prospectus, if conveyed prior to the time of your commitment to purchase, supersedes information contained in any prior similar free writing prospectus relating to these securities. This free writing prospectus is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities in any state where such offer, solicitation or sale is not permitted.


This free writing prospectus is being delivered to you solely to provide you with information about the offering of the asset-backed securities referred to in this free writing prospectus and to solicit an indication of your interest in purchasing such securities, when, as and if issued. Any such indication of interest will not constitute a contractual commitment by you to purchase any of the securities.  


THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS COMMUNICATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, COMPLETION OR AMENDMENT FROM TIME TO TIME. YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR OWN COUNSEL, ACCOUNTANT AND OTHER ADVISORS AS TO THE LEGAL, TAX, BUSINESS, FINANCIAL AND RELATED ASPECTS OF A PURCHASE OF THESE SECURITIES.


The attached information may contain certain tables and other statistical analyses (the "Computational Materials") that have been prepared in reliance upon information furnished by the issuer, the preparation of which used numerous assumptions which may or may not be reflected herein.  As such, no assurance can be given as to the appropriateness of the Computational Materials for any particular context; or as to whether the Computational Materials and/or the assumptions upon which they are based reflect present market conditions or future market performance.  These Computational Materials should not be construed as either projections or predictions. The specific characteristics of the securities may differ from those shown in the Computational Materials due to differences between the final underlying assets and the preliminary underlying assets used in preparing the Computational Materials. Neither JPMorgan nor any of its affiliates makes any representation or warranty as to the actual rate or timing of payments or losses on any of the underlying assets or the payments or yield on the securities.


THIS INFORMATION IS FURNISHED TO YOU SOLELY BY JPMORGAN AND NOT BY THE ISSUER OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES (OTHER THAN JPMORGAN).  JPMORGAN IS ACTING AS UNDERWRITER AND NOT ACTING AS AGENT FOR THE ISSUER IN CONNECTION WITH THE OFFERING TO WHICH THIS COMMUNICATION RELATES.


Copyright 2006 JPMorgan Chase & Co. – All rights reserved.  J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. (JPMSI), member NYSE and SIPC.  JPMorgan is the marketing name used by the specific legal entity or entities named in the attached materials.  Clients should contact analysts and execute transactions through a JPMorgan Chase & Co. subsidiary or affiliate in their home jurisdiction unless governing law permits otherwise.


JPMORGAN







New Issue Free Writing Prospectus




$435,000,000

(Approximate)


J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4

Issuing Entity


J.P. Morgan Acceptance Corporation I

Depositor


JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association

Originator


JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association

Servicer


Asset Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-CH4



June 5, 2007



Expected Timing:

Pricing Date:

On or about June 7, 2007

 

Closing Date:

On or about June 15, 2007

 

First Payment Date:

June 25, 2007, or first business day thereafter

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structure:

Bond Structure:

$1,082,297,000 (approximate) senior/subordinate, floating rate certificates

 

Rating Agencies:

Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch







Free Writing Prospectus for

JPMAC 2007-CH4


Preliminary Term Sheet

Date Prepared:  June 5, 2007



$435,000,000 (Approximate)

Offered Certificates

J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4


 

Principal

WAL (Yrs)

Pmt Window

Expected Rating

Assumed Final

Certificate Rate/

Class(2,3,4)

Amount ($) (1)

Call/Mat(5)

(Months) Call/Mat (5)

CallWindow(3)*

(Moody’s/S&P/Fitch)

Distribution Date (6)

Certificate Type (3)

A-1

$435,000,000

2.06 / 2.26

1-77 / 1-177

Aaa/AAA/AAA

May 2037

Fltg Rate Group I Senior

A-2

$268,100,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aaa/AAA/AAA

December 2029

Fltg Rate Group II Senior Sequential

A-3

$41,800,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aaa/AAA/AAA

February 2032

Fltg Rate Group II Senior Sequential

A-4

$80,600,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aaa/AAA/AAA

January 2036

Fltg Rate Group II Senior Sequential

A-5

$50,299,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aaa/AAA/AAA

May 2037

Fltg Rate Group II Senior Sequential

M-1

$50,365,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aa1/AA+/AA+

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-2

$45,889,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aa2/AA/AA

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-3

$16,788,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Aa3/AA-/AA-

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-4

$16,789,000

Not Marketed Hereby

A1/A+/A+

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-5

$15,109,000

Not Marketed Hereby

A2/A/A

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-6

$9,514,000

Not Marketed Hereby

A3/A-/A-

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-7

$17,908,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Baa1/BBB+/BBB+

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-8

$8,394,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Baa2/BBB/BBB

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-9

$14,550,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Baa3/BBB-/BBB-

May 2037

Fltg Rate Mezzanine

M-10 (7)

$11,192,000

Not Marketed Hereby

Ba1/BB+/BB+

May 2037

Fltg Rate Subordinate

Total:

$1,082,297,000

 

 

 

 

 

(1)    The approximate size is subject to a permitted variance in the aggregate of plus or minus 5%.

(2)    The Class A-1 Certificates are backed primarily by the cash flow from the Group I Mortgage Loans (as defined herein).  The Class A-2, Class A-3, Class A-4 and Class A-5 Certificates are backed primarily by the cash flow from the Group II Mortgage Loans (as defined herein).  The Class M-1, Class M-2, Class M-3, Class M-4, Class M-5, Class M-6, Class M-7, Class M-8, Class M-9 and Class M-10 Certificates are backed by the aggregate cash flows from the Group I Mortgage Loans and the Group II Mortgage Loans.

(3)    On the first Distribution Date after the first possible Optional Termination Date, the margins on the Senior Certificates will double, and the margins on the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates will increase to 1.5 times the original margins.

(4)    The Offered Certificates will be subject to the applicable interest rate cap as described herein.

(5)    See “Pricing Prepayment Speed” herein.

(6)   The assumed final scheduled distribution date for each class of certificates, other than the Class A-2, Class A-3 and Class A-4 Certificates, is the distribution date in the month following the scheduled maturity date for the latest maturing mortgage loan. The assumed final scheduled distribution date for the Class A-2, Class A-3 and Class A-4 Certificates is the maturity date, calculated assuming zero prepayments, plus one month.

(7)    The Class M-10 Certificates will be privately placed and will not be offered pursuant to the prospectus.  Information presented herein for the Class M-10 Certificates is solely to assist purchasers of the Offered Certificates.







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The information herein will be superseded in its entirety by the final prospectus and prospectus supplement relating to the securities.  THIS PAGE MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A DISCLAIMER.  IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE SUCH A DISCLAIMER, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR JPMORGAN SALES REPRESENTATIVE.




Issuing Entity:

J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007-CH4, a New York common law trust


Depositor:

J.P. Morgan Acceptance Corporation I


Seller:

J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Corp.


Originator:   

JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association


Servicer:

JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association


Lead Manager:

J.P. Morgan Securities Inc.


Trustee:

Deutsche Bank National Trust Company


Swap Provider:

[JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association]


Custodian:

JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association

Trust Oversight Manager:

Pentalpha Surveillance LLC


Senior Certificates:

The Class A-1 Certificates (the “Group I Certificates”) and the Class A-2, Class A-3, Class A-4 and Class A-5 Certificates (collectively, the Group II Certificates”).


Mezzanine Certificates:

The Class M-1, Class M-2, Class M-3, Class M-4, Class M-5, Class M-6, Class M-7, Class M-8 and Class M-9 Certificates.


Subordinate Certificates:

The Class M-10 Certificates.


Offered Certificates:

The Group I Certificates.


Non-Offered Certificates:

The Group II, Mezzanine, Subordinate, Class C, Class P, and Class R Certificates


Federal Tax Status:

It is anticipated that the Offered Certificates generally will represent, in part, ownership of REMIC regular interests for tax purposes.


Registration:

The Offered Certificates will be available in book-entry form through DTC and only upon request through Clearstream, Luxembourg and the Euroclear System.  


Cut-off Date:

May 1, 2007


Expected Pricing Date:

On or about June 7, 2007


Expected Closing Date:

On or about June 15, 2007


Distribution Date:

The 25th day of each month (or if not a business day, the next succeeding business day) beginning in June 2007.


ERISA Eligibility:

The Offered Certificates are expected to be ERISA eligible, provided the investors meet the requirements of certain investor-based or statutory exemptions as described in the prospectus supplement.


SMMEA Eligibility:

The Offered Certificates are expected to constitute “mortgage related securities” for purposes of SMMEA.


Servicing Fee:

0.5000% per annum of the outstanding principal balance of each Mortgage Loan as of the first day of the related collection period.


Trust Oversight Manager

 Fee:

Approximately 0.0150% per annum on the outstanding principal balance of each Mortgage Loan as of the first day of the related collection period, subject to a monthly minimum of $1,250.


Custodian Fee:

A fee payable based on an agreement between the Custodian and the Seller.


Trustee Fee:

Approximately 0.0025% per annum on the outstanding principal balance of each Mortgage Loan as of the first day of the related collection period, subject to a monthly minimum of $500, together with the Servicing Fee, the Custodian Fee and the Trust Oversight Manager Fee, the “Administrative Fee”.


Administrative Fee Rate:

The rate at which the Administrative Fee is calculated for the related Distribution Date.


Expense Adjusted Net

Mortgage Rate:

The mortgage rate of each Mortgage Loan minus the Administrative Fee Rate.


Expense Adjusted Net

Maximum Mortgage Rate:

The per annum rate equal to the applicable maximum mortgage rate (or the mortgage rate for such Mortgage Loan in the case of the fixed-rate Mortgage Loans) of each Mortgage Loan minus the Administrative Fee Rate.


Optional Termination:

The terms of the transaction allow for a clean-up call of the Mortgage Loans and the retirement of the certificates (the “Clean-up Call”), which may be exercised once the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans is less than or equal to 10% of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date.


Optional Termination Date:

The first Distribution Date upon which the Clean-up Call may be exercised.


Pricing Prepayment Speed:

The Offered Certificates will be priced based on the following collateral prepayment assumptions:  


FRM Loans:

23% HEP (100% PPC: 2.3% - 23% CPR over 10 months, then remaining constant at 23% CPR thereafter).

ARM Loans:

100% PPC (100% PPC: 2% - 28% CPR over first 12 months and remaining constant at 28% CPR through month 23, then remaining constant at 60% CPR for months 24 through 27, and then remaining constant at 35% CPR for months 28 and thereafter; provided, however, that the prepayment rate will not exceed 85% CPR in any period for any given percentage of the Pricing Prepayment Speed).


Mortgage Loans:

As of the Cut-off Date, the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans was approximately $1,119,231,801, of which (i) approximately $555,966,558 consisted of a pool of fixed-rate and adjustable-rate first-lien mortgage loans with original principal balances that conform to Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae balance limitations  (the “Group I Mortgage Loans”), and (ii) approximately $563,265,242 consisted of a pool of fixed-rate and adjustable-rate first-lien mortgage loans with original principal balances that may or may not conform to Fannie Mae balance limitations (the “Group II Mortgage Loans” and together with the Group I Mortgage Loans, the “Mortgage Loans”). These figures are subject to a variance of plus/minus 5%.


Silent Seconds:

The mortgaged properties relating to approximately 25.33% of the first-lien Mortgage Loans are subject to a second-lien Mortgage Loan (“Silent Second”) that was originated at the same time as the first-lien Mortgage Loan but is not included in the trust.  The weighted average combined original loan-to-value ratio of the aggregate Mortgage Loans, including the Silent Seconds, is approximately 82.54%.  Other mortgaged properties relating to first-lien Mortgage Loans may be subject to a second-lien mortgage loan that was originated subsequent to the first-lien Mortgage Loan.


Interest Accrual:

Interest will accrue on the Certificates at the applicable Pass-Through Rate.

Interest on the Certificates will accrue initially from the Closing Date to (but excluding) the first Distribution Date, and thereafter, from the prior Distribution Date to (but excluding) the applicable Distribution Date on an Actual/360 basis.


Pass-Through Rate:

For any Distribution Date, the Pass-Through Rate on the Certificates will be a per annum rate equal to the least of (i) One-Month LIBOR plus the applicable certificate margin, (ii) the Net WAC Cap and (iii) the related Maximum Rate Cap.


Coupon Step-Up:

After the Optional Termination Date (starting with the first payment date thereafter), if the right to terminate the Trust has not been exercised, the certificate margins with respect to the Certificates on any then outstanding Certificates will increase in accordance with the following table:


Certificates

After Optional Termination

Senior Certificates

2.0x the Applicable Margin

Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates

1.5x the Applicable Margin


Net WAC Cap:

For any Distribution Date will be a per annum rate equal to 12 times the quotient of (x) the total scheduled interest on the Mortgage Loans for the related accrual period, net of the sum of (i) Administrative Fees and (ii) any Net Swap Payment or Swap Termination Payment (other than Swap Termination Payments due to a swap provider trigger event) made to the Swap Provider for such Distribution Date, and (y) the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the first day of the applicable collection period, expressed on the basis of an assumed 360-day year and the actual number of days elapsed during the related interest accrual period.  


Maximum Rate Cap:

The per annum rate equal to the excess of (A) the sum of (x) the weighted average of the Expense Adjusted Net Maximum Mortgage Rates of the Mortgage Loans and (y) the Net Swap Payment made by the Swap Provider, if any, expressed as a percentage of the balance of the Mortgage Loans multiplied by 12 over (B) the Net Swap Payment made to the Swap Provider, if any, expressed as a percentage of the balance of the Mortgage Loans multiplied by 12, expressed on the basis of an assumed 360-day year and the actual number of days elapsed during the related interest accrual period.  


If investor interest payments are limited by the Maximum Rate Cap, amounts in excess of such limitation will not be paid.


Net WAC Cap

Carryover Amount:

If on any Distribution Date the Pass-Through Rate on any class of Certificates is limited by the related Net WAC Cap, the amount of such interest that would have been distributed if the Pass-Through Rate on the related class of Certificates had not been so limited by the related Net WAC Cap, up to but not exceeding the Maximum Rate Cap and the aggregate of such shortfalls from previous Distribution Dates, together with accrued interest at the related Pass-Through Rate, without regard to the Net Wac Cap, will be carried over to the next Distribution Date until paid (herein referred to as “Carryover”).  Such reimbursement will be paid only on a subordinated basis.  No Carryover will be paid with respect to a class of Certificates once the principal balance has been reduced to zero.


Prepayment Interest

Shortfall:

For any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the interest at the mortgage interest rate for such Mortgage Loan (the “Mortgage Interest Rate”) (net of the related fees) on the amount of such principal prepayment in full for the number of days commencing on the date on which the principal prepayment in full is applied through the last day of the calendar month preceding such Distribution Date. The Servicer will cover Prepayment Interest Shortfalls on Mortgage Loans to the extent that such amounts paid do not exceed one-half of its servicing fee for such Distribution Date.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Servicer will not cover Prepayment Interest Shortfalls on simple interest loans or second lien mortgage loans or shortfalls relating to principal prepayments in part.


Prepayment Period:

For any Distribution Date, the Prepayment Period will be (i) with respect to any principal prepayment in full received on a Mortgage Loan, the period that (a) commences on the 16th calendar day in the month immediately preceding the month in which such Distribution Date occurs and (b) ends on the 15th calendar day in the month in which such Distribution Date occurs and (ii) with respect to any principal prepayment in part received on a Mortgage Loan, the calendar month preceding that Distribution Date.


Credit Enhancement:

Consists of the following:

1) Excess Cashflow

2) Net Swap Payments received from the Swap Provider (if any)

3) Overcollateralization Amounts

4) Subordination


Excess Cashflow:

For any Distribution Date, the sum of (x) any Overcollateralization Reduction Amount and (y) the excess of the amount on deposit in the collection account that is available to be distributed on the related Distribution Date, net of any Net Swap Payment made by the supplemental interest trust and the Swap Termination Payment (other than Swap Termination Payments due to a swap provider trigger event), if any, made by the supplemental interest trust, over the sum of (i) the monthly interest accrued and any unpaid interest on the Senior Certificates and the monthly interest accrued on the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, and (ii) the principal remittance amount.


Overcollateralization

Amount:

The “Overcollateralization Amount” (or “O/C”) is the amount, if any, by which (x) the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the last day of the related collection period exceeds (y) the sum of the aggregate certificate principal balance of the Senior, Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates and the principal balance of the Class P Certificates as of such Distribution Date (assuming that 100% of the principal remittance amount is applied as a principal payment on such Distribution Date). Initially, the Overcollateralization Amount will be approximately 3.30% of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date.  To the extent the O/C is reduced below the Overcollateralization Target Amount, Excess Cashflow and any Net Swap Payments paid by the Swap Provider will be used to pay principal on the Certificates until the Overcollateralization Target Amount is reached.


Overcollateralization

Reduction Amount:

For any Distribution Date, the lesser of (A) the principal remittance amount for such Distribution Date and (B) the excess, if any, of (i) the Overcollateralization Amount for such Distribution Date over (ii) the Overcollateralization Target Amount for such Distribution Date.


Overcollateralization

Target Amount:

Prior to the Stepdown Date, the “Overcollateralization Target Amount” will be approximately 3.30% of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date.


On or after the Stepdown Date, the Overcollateralization Target Amount will be approximately 6.60% of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the end of the related collection period, subject to a floor equal to 0.50% of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date.


If a Trigger Event is in effect on the current Distribution Date, the Overcollateralization Target Amount shall be equal to the Overcollateralization Target Amount in effect for the previous Distribution Date.


Stepdown Date:

The earlier to occur of

(i)  the first Distribution Date following the Distribution Date on which the aggregate principal balance of the Senior Certificates has been reduced to zero; and

(ii)  the later to occur of

  (x)  the Distribution Date occurring in June 2010 and

(y) the first Distribution Date on which the Senior Credit Enhancement Percentage is greater than or equal to approximately 43.50%.

Senior Credit

Enhancement Percentage:

The “Senior Credit Enhancement Percentage” for a Distribution Date is equal to (i) the sum of (a) the aggregate certificate principal balance of the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates and (b) the Overcollateralization Amount (in each case, prior to giving effect to the distribution of the principal remittance amount on such Distribution Date) divided by (ii) the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the end of the related collection period.


Trigger Event:

A “Trigger Event is in effect on any Distribution Date on or after the Stepdown Date, if either (i) the rolling three month average 60+ delinquency percentage exceeds 36.78% of the current Senior Credit Enhancement Percentage or (ii) cumulative realized losses, as of the related Distribution Date, as a percentage of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date are greater than:


Distribution Date

Percentage*

June 2009 ─ May 2010

1.30%

June  2010 ─  May  2011

2.90%

June  2011 ─  May  2012

4.60%

June  2012 ─  May  2013

6.00%

June  2013 –  May  2014

6.75%

June  2014 and thereafter

6.85%


* The percentages indicated are the percentages applicable for the first Distribution Date in the

   corresponding range of Distribution Dates. The percentage for each succeeding Distribution Date (other than the range commencing in June 2014) in a range increases incrementally by 1/12th of the positive difference between the     percentage applicable to the first Distribution Date in that range and the percentage applicable to the first Distribution Date in the succeeding range.


Target Credit Support

Percentages:

 

Initial Credit Support

After Stepdown Date Expected Support

Senior Certificates

21.75%

43.50%

M-1

17.25%

34.50%

M-2

13.15%

26.30%

M-3

11.65%

23.30%

M-4

10.15%

20.30%

M-5

8.80%

17.60%

M-6

7.95%

15.90%

M-7

6.35%

12.70%

M-8

5.60%

11.20%

M-9

4.30%

8.60%

M-10

3.30%

6.60%


Realized Losses:

If a Mortgage Loan becomes a liquidated loan, the net liquidation proceeds relating thereto may be less than the principal balance on such Mortgage Loan.  The amount of such insufficiency is a Realized Loss.”  Realized Losses on the Mortgage Loans will, in effect, be absorbed first by the Excess Cashflow (including certain amounts received by the Swap Administrator pursuant to the Swap Agreement, if any), and second by the reduction of the Overcollateralization Amount.  Following the reduction of any Overcollateralization Amount to zero, all allocable Realized Losses will be applied in reverse sequential order to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates.


Realized Losses will not be allocated to any of the Senior Certificates.  Although losses are not allocated to the Senior Certificates, there may not be enough principal to retire such certificates in full.


Available Funds:

With respect to any Distribution Date, will be equal to the sum of the following amounts with respect to the Mortgage Loans, net of amounts reimbursable therefrom to the Servicer, the Custodian, the Trust Oversight Manager and the Trustee in respect of expenses and indemnification as described in the Pooling Agreement and amounts reimbursable to the Swap Provider, including any Net Swap Payment and any Swap Termination Payment owed to the Swap Provider but excluding any such payments due to a Swap Provider Trigger Event (as defined in the Swap Agreement or Pooling and Servicing Agreement):



1)

the aggregate amount of scheduled monthly payments on the Mortgage Loans due during the related collection period and received by the related determination date, after deduction of the Servicing Fee, the Custodian Fee, the Trust Oversight Management Fee and the Trustee Fee and any prepayment interest excess for such Distribution Date and any accrued and unpaid Servicing Fees in respect of any prior Distribution Dates;


2)

unscheduled full and partial prepayments for such Mortgage Loans occurring during the related Prepayment Period (excluding prepayment premiums) and insurance proceeds, condemnation proceeds, net liquidation proceeds, subsequent recoveries and proceeds from repurchases of and substitutions for such Mortgage Loans occurring during the calendar month preceding the month of such Distribution Date; and


3)

payments from the Servicer in connection with advances and compensating interest for such Distribution Date.


Principal Paydown:

  

Principal allocable to the Group I Certificates will be distributed to the Class A-1 Certificates on each Distribution Date until its certificate principal balance has been reduced to zero.


Principal allocable to the Group II Certificates will be distributed sequentially to the Class A-2, Class A-3, Class A-4 and Class A-5 Certificates, in that order, to each such class of certificates until the certificate principal balance of each such class has been reduced to zero, provided, however, that if the aggregate certificate balance of the Subordinate and Mezzanine Certificates has been reduced to zero and the O/C is equal to zero, distributions to the Group II Certificates shall be made pro rata to the Class A-2, Class A-3, Class A-4 and Class A-5 Certificates based on their certificate principal balances.


In certain limited circumstances described in the prospectus supplement, principal will be distributed to the Senior Certificates from the unrelated loan group, to the extent not received from the related loan group.


Prior to the Stepdown Date or if a Trigger Event is in effect, 100% of the principal will be paid to the Senior Certificates, as described above, based on the principal collected in the related loan group, provided, however, if the Senior Certificates have been retired, principal will be applied sequentially in the order of seniority to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates until retired.


On or after the Stepdown Date and if a Trigger Event is not in effect, all the Senior, Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates will be entitled to receive payments of principal, as described under “Priority of Distributions” below, as follows:

a)

Principal allocated to the Senior Certificates will be distributed to each such class of certificates, as described above, until the Target Credit Support Percentage for the Senior Certificates is reached.

b)

Principal allocable to the remaining Class M-1, Class M-2, Class M-3, Class M-4, Class M-5, Class M-6, Class M-7, Class M-8, Class M-9 and Class M-10 Certificates, will be distributed sequentially, in that order, to each such class of certificates until the Target Credit Support Percentage of each such class is reached.


Priority of

Distributions:       

On each Distribution Date, distributions will be made as follows:

From Available Funds:

Amounts in respect of interest on the Mortgage Loans, to pay interest on the related Senior Certificates, including any accrued unpaid interest from a prior Distribution Date, and then from such amounts from the Mortgage Loans to pay interest excluding any accrued unpaid interest from prior Distribution Dates to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, sequentially in the order of seniority.

Amounts in respect of principal on the Mortgage Loans, to pay principal on the related Senior Certificates, in accordance with the principal payment provisions described above, and then from such amounts from the Mortgage Loans to pay principal on the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, in accordance with the principal payment provisions described above.

From Excess Cashflow, if any:

a)

To the Certificates then entitled to receive distributions in respect of principal, an additional payment of principal to reduce the certificate principal balance of such Certificates to the extent necessary to maintain the required Overcollateralization Target Amount.

b)

To the Senior Certificates, pro rata, any unpaid interest, including any unpaid interest from prior Distribution Dates, and then sequentially, to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, in the order of seniority any unpaid interest, including any unpaid interest from prior Distribution Dates.

c)

Sequentially, to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, in the order of seniority the related Allocated Realized Loss Amounts.

d)

To the Net WAC Cap Carryover Reserve Account to pay the Net WAC Cap Carryover Amount on the Senior, Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates in the same order of priority as described under “Net WAC Cap Carryover Reserve Account” below.

e)

To the Senior Certificates concurrently and then to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates sequentially, in the order of seniority any net prepayment interest shortfalls.

f)

To the Senior Certificates concurrently and then to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates sequentially in the order of seniority, any Relief Act Shortfalls.

g)

Certain reimbursements to the transaction parties.

h)

To pay any remaining Swap Termination Payment owed to the Swap Provider.

i)

To the Class C and Class R Certificates in accordance with the Pooling and Servicing Agreement.


Swap Agreement:

On the Closing Date, the Trustee on behalf of the supplemental interest trust will enter into a Swap Agreement with an initial notional amount of $1,082,297,000.  Under the Swap Agreement, the supplemental interest trust will be obligated to pay an amount equal to [5.25]% per annum on the notional amount as set forth in the Swap Agreement to the Swap Provider and the supplemental interest trust will be entitled to receive an amount equal to one-month LIBOR on the notional amount as set forth in the Swap Agreement from the Swap Provider, until the Swap Agreement is terminated.  Only the net amount of the two obligations will be paid by the appropriate party (“Net Swap Payment”).  See the attached schedule.  


Generally, the Net Swap Payment will be deposited into a swap account (the “Swap Account”) by the Trustee pursuant to the Pooling and Servicing Agreement and amounts on deposit in the Swap Account will be distributed in accordance with the terms set forth in the Pooling and Servicing Agreement.


Upon early termination of the Swap Agreement, the Trust or the Swap Provider may be liable to make a termination payment (the ‘‘Swap Termination Payment’’) to the other party (regardless of which party caused the termination).  The Swap Termination Payment will be computed in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Swap Agreement.  In the event that the supplemental interest trust is required to make a Swap Termination Payment, that payment will be paid on the related Distribution Date, and on any subsequent Distribution Dates until paid in full, generally, prior to distributions to Certificateholders.


On each Distribution Date, Swap distributions, if any, will be made from the Swap Account supplemental interest trust as follows:

a)

To the Swap Provider, any Net Swap Payment owed to the Swap Provider pursuant to the Swap Agreement.

b)

To the Swap Provider, any Swap Termination Payment owed to the Swap Provider, excluding such payments due to a swap provider trigger event .

c)

To the Certificates then entitled to receive distributions in respect of principal, after the application of Excess Cashflow, an additional payment of principal to reduce the Certificate Principal Balance of such Certificates to the extent necessary to maintain the required Overcollateralization Target Amount.

d)

To the Senior Certificates, pro rata, any unpaid interest, including any unpaid interest from prior Distribution Dates, and then sequentially, to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, any unpaid interest, including any unpaid interest from prior Distribution Dates, after the application of Excess Cashflow.

e)

Sequentially, to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, any Allocated Realized Loss Amounts after the application of Excess Cashflow.

f)

To the Net Wac Cap Carryover Reserve Account, to pay the Net WAC Cap Carryover Amount remaining unpaid on the Senior, Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, in the same order of priority as described under the “Net WAC Cap Carryover Reserve Account” below, after the application of Excess Cashflow.

g)

To pay first the Senior Certificates, concurrently, and then the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, sequentially, any net prepayment interest shortfalls, after the application of Excess Cashflow.

h)

To pay first the Senior Certificates, concurrently, and then the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, sequentially, any Relief Act Shortfalls, after the application of Excess Cashflow.

i)

To the holders of the Class C Certificates.



Net WAC Cap Carryover

Reserve Account:

Amounts deposited in the Net WAC Cap Carryover Reserve Account, if any, will be used to reimburse any related unpaid Net WAC Cap Carryover Amounts, first, to the Senior Certificates, pro rata, based on their respective Net WAC Cap Carryover Amounts, and second, sequentially, to the Mezzanine and Subordinate Certificates, in the order of seniority to reimburse any related unpaid Net WAC Cap Carryover Amounts.





Swap Schedule

Distribution Date

Notional Schedule ($)

Distribution Date

Notional Schedule ($)

June 25, 2007

        1,082,297,000.00

December 25, 2010

             75,646,000.00

July 25, 2007

        1,061,494,000.00

January 25, 2011

             72,870,000.00

August 25, 2007

        1,037,064,000.00

February 25, 2011

             70,197,000.00

September 25, 2007

        1,009,093,000.00

March 25, 2011

             67,624,000.00

October 25, 2007

           977,695,000.00

April 25, 2011

             65,147,000.00

November 25, 2007

           943,366,000.00

May 25, 2011

             62,762,000.00

December 25, 2007

           907,242,000.00

June 25, 2011

             60,465,000.00

January 25, 2008

           869,850,000.00

July 25, 2011

             58,253,000.00

February 25, 2008

           831,766,000.00

August 25, 2011

             56,124,000.00

March 25, 2008

           795,269,000.00

September 25, 2011

             54,073,000.00

April 25, 2008

           760,318,000.00

October 25, 2011

             51,866,000.00

May 25, 2008

           726,848,000.00

November 25, 2011

             49,493,000.00

June 25, 2008

           694,795,000.00

December 25, 2011

             47,053,000.00

July 25, 2008

           664,098,000.00

January 25, 2012

             44,795,000.00

August 25, 2008

           634,701,000.00

February 25, 2012

             41,077,000.00

September 25, 2008

           606,546,000.00

March 25, 2012

             39,209,000.00

October 25, 2008

           579,583,000.00

April 25, 2012

             37,606,000.00

November 25, 2008

           552,414,000.00

May 25, 2012

             36,064,000.00

December 25, 2008

           494,744,000.00

June 25, 2012

             34,577,000.00

January 25, 2009

           430,383,000.00

July 25, 2012

             33,142,000.00

February 25, 2009

           257,146,000.00

August 25, 2012

             31,759,000.00

March 25, 2009

           233,132,000.00

September 25, 2012

             30,424,000.00

April 25, 2009

           212,739,000.00

October 25, 2012

             29,137,000.00

May 25, 2009

           195,213,000.00

November 25, 2012

             27,896,000.00

June 25, 2009

           184,822,000.00

December 25, 2012

             26,698,000.00

July 25, 2009

           175,090,000.00

January 25, 2013

             25,544,000.00

August 25, 2009

           165,818,000.00

February 25, 2013

             24,430,000.00

September 25, 2009

           156,981,000.00

March 25, 2013

             23,356,000.00

October 25, 2009

           148,556,000.00

April 25, 2013

             22,320,000.00

November 25, 2009

           140,523,000.00

May 25, 2013

             21,320,000.00

December 25, 2009

           141,360,000.00

June 25, 2013

             20,357,000.00

January 25, 2010

           142,491,000.00

July 25, 2013

             19,427,000.00

February 25, 2010

           110,127,000.00

August 25, 2013

             18,531,000.00

March 25, 2010

           106,030,000.00

September 25, 2013

             17,666,000.00

April 25, 2010

           102,114,000.00

October 25, 2013

             16,833,000.00

May 25, 2010

             98,345,000.00

November 25, 2013 and

0.00

June 25, 2010

             94,719,000.00

thereafter

 

July 25, 2010

             91,229,000.00

 

 

August 25, 2010

             87,870,000.00

 

 

September 25, 2010

             84,637,000.00

 

 

October 25, 2010

             81,525,000.00

 

 

November 25, 2010

             78,529,000.00

 

 







Net WAC Cap and Effective Rate Schedule(1)

Payment Date

Net WAC Cap(%)(2)(3)

Effective Rate(%)(2)(4)

 

Payment Date

Net WAC Cap (%)(2)(3)

Effective Rate(%)(2)(4)

June 25, 2007

NA

NA

 

February 25, 2011

10.46

14.00

July 25, 2007

7.62

21.78

 

March 25, 2011

11.56

14.95

August 25, 2007

7.37

21.57

 

April 25, 2011

10.42

13.91

September 25, 2007

7.37

21.43

 

May 25, 2011

10.75

14.18

October 25, 2007

7.62

21.34

 

June 25, 2011

10.40

13.84

November 25, 2007

7.38

21.06

 

July 25, 2011

10.74

14.12

December 25, 2007

7.62

20.94

 

August 25, 2011

10.50

13.90

January 25, 2008

7.38

20.62

 

September 25, 2011

10.48

13.86

February 25, 2008

7.38

20.37

 

October 25, 2011

10.81

14.11

March 25, 2008

7.88

20.34

 

November 25, 2011

10.46

13.73

April 25, 2008

7.38

19.90

 

December 25, 2011

10.81

13.98

May 25, 2008

7.62

19.77

 

January 25, 2012

10.46

13.61

June 25, 2008

7.37

19.44

 

February 25, 2012

10.67

13.64

July 25, 2008

7.62

19.32

 

March 25, 2012

11.39

14.25

August 25, 2008

7.37

18.99

 

April 25, 2012

10.64

13.53

September 25, 2008

7.37

18.77

 

May 25, 2012

10.97

13.80

October 25, 2008

7.62

18.67

 

June 25, 2012

10.61

13.43

November 25, 2008

7.38

18.32

 

July 25, 2012

10.95

13.70

December 25, 2008

7.79

17.78

 

August 25, 2012

10.61

13.36

January 25, 2009

7.74

16.85

 

September 25, 2012

10.59

13.31

February 25, 2009

8.52

14.29

 

October 25, 2012

10.92

13.57

March 25, 2009

9.41

14.75

 

November 25, 2012

10.55

13.20

April 25, 2009

8.48

13.82

 

December 25, 2012

10.89

13.47

May 25, 2009

8.74

13.84

 

January 25, 2013

10.53

13.09

June 25, 2009

8.53

13.57

 

February 25, 2013

10.54

13.07

July 25, 2009

8.91

13.78

 

March 25, 2013

11.65

14.05

August 25, 2009

8.95

13.77

 

April 25, 2013

10.50

12.95

September 25, 2009

8.95

13.65

 

May 25, 2013

10.84

13.22

October 25, 2009

9.24

13.77

 

June 25, 2013

10.47

12.84

November 25, 2009

8.93

13.41

 

July 25, 2013

10.80

13.10

December 25, 2009

9.35

13.94

 

August 25, 2013

10.47

12.75

January 25, 2010

9.17

14.00

 

September 25, 2013

10.45

12.69

February 25, 2010

9.91

13.76

 

October 25, 2013

10.77

12.95

March 25, 2010

10.95

14.64

 

 

 

 

April 25, 2010

9.88

13.68

 

 

 

 

May 25, 2010

10.20

13.92

 

 

 

 

June 25, 2010

9.92

13.67

 

 

 

 

July 25, 2010

10.32

14.00

 

 

 

 

August 25, 2010

10.38

14.08

 

 

 

 

September 25, 2010

10.37

14.04

 

 

 

 

October 25, 2010

10.70

14.30

 

 

 

 

November 25, 2010

10.33

13.95

 

 

 

 

December 25, 2010

10.68

14.24

 

 

 

 

January 25, 2011

10.34

13.91

 

 

 

 

(1) Assumes a swap strike rate of [5.25 ]%

(2) Assumes 1-month LIBOR and 6-month LIBOR instantaneously increase and remain at 20.00%.

(3) As a result of the assumption that 1-month LIBOR and 6-month LIBOR are at 20.00%, the indicated Net WAC Cap reflects no amounts paid to the Swap Counterparty.

(4) The effective available funds cap rate (the “Effective Rate”) is a per annum rate equal to the sum of (A) the product of (i) 30 divided by the actual number of days in the Interest Accrual Period for the Certificates and (ii)  the weighted average Net Mortgage Rate of the mortgage loans plus (B) the
net swap payment owed to the trust, if any, divided by the aggregate principal balance of the mortgage loans as of the first day of the applicable collection period multiplied by 360 divided by actual number of days.









Prepayment Speed Sensitivity Table (To Call)

Prepayment Speed

0%

50%

100%

150%

200%

Class A-1

 

 

 

 

 

WAL (yrs)

19.42

4.33

2.06

1.14

0.89

Principal Window (months)

1 - 354

1 - 158

1 - 77

1 - 30

1 - 23

#  of months of principal payment

354

158

77

30

23








































Prepayment Speed Sensitivity Table (To Maturity)

Prepayment Speed

0%

50%

100%

150%

200%

Class A-1

 

 

 

 

 

WAL (yrs)

19.43

4.63

2.26

1.14

0.89

Principal Window (months)

1 - 355

1 - 307

1 - 177

1 - 30

1 - 23

#  of months of principal payment

355

307

177

30

23



































EXCESS SPREAD (1,2,3)

Period

STATIC
Excess Spread (%)

FORWARD
Excess Spread (%)

FWD 1 Month LIBOR (%)

FWD 6 Month LIBOR (%)

Period

STATIC
Excess Spread (%)

FORWARD
Excess Spread (%)

FWD 1 Month LIBOR (%)

FWD 6 Month LIBOR (%)

June 25, 2007

NA

NA

5.320

5.385

May 25, 2011

3.48

3.46

5.362

5.428

July 25, 2007

2.30

2.30

5.336

5.374

June 25, 2011

3.33

3.32

5.365

5.431

August 25, 2007

2.29

2.29

5.352

5.359

July 25, 2011

3.47

3.45

5.367

5.433

September 25, 2007

2.29

2.29

5.329

5.334

August 25, 2011

3.32

3.31

5.369

5.436

October 25, 2007

2.31

2.31

5.325

5.308

September 25, 2011

3.31

3.30

5.371

5.438

November 25, 2007

2.29

2.29

5.291

5.280

October 25, 2011

3.44

3.43

5.374

5.441

December 25, 2007

2.31

2.31

5.257

5.254

November 25, 2011

3.30

3.29

5.376

5.444

January 25, 2008

2.29

2.29

5.246

5.235

December 25, 2011

3.45

3.43

5.379

5.447

February 25, 2008

2.28

2.29

5.203

5.224

January 25, 2012

3.31

3.29

5.382

5.451

March 25, 2008

2.34

2.35

5.181

5.226

February 25, 2012

3.36

3.35

5.385

5.454

April 25, 2008

2.28

2.30

5.158

5.237

March 25, 2012

3.65

3.63

5.388

5.458

May 25, 2008

2.31

2.33

5.136

5.257

April 25, 2012

3.35

3.33

5.391

5.462

June 25, 2008

2.27

2.30

5.151

5.287

May 25, 2012

3.49

3.47

5.395

5.466

July 25, 2008

2.31

2.33

5.180

5.319

June 25, 2012

3.33

3.31

5.399

5.471

August 25, 2008

2.27

2.29

5.212

5.350

July 25, 2012

3.47

3.44

5.403

5.476

September 25, 2008

2.27

2.28

5.246

5.377

August 25, 2012

3.31

3.29

5.407

5.481

October 25, 2008

2.31

2.32

5.279

5.400

September 25, 2012

3.30

3.28

5.412

5.486

November 25, 2008

2.27

2.27

5.311

5.417

October 25, 2012

3.44

3.42

5.416

5.492

December 25, 2008

2.48

2.48

5.338

5.425

November 25, 2012

3.29

3.25

5.421

5.498

January 25, 2009

2.62

2.60

5.360

5.423

December 25, 2012

3.42

3.39

5.427

5.504

February 25, 2009

3.30

3.27

5.375

5.412

January 25, 2013

3.27

3.23

5.433

5.511

March 25, 2009

3.62

3.59

5.381

5.394

February 25, 2013

3.26

3.23

5.439

5.518

April 25, 2009

3.26

3.23

5.375

5.369

March 25, 2013

3.69

3.67

5.445

5.525

May 25, 2009

3.36

3.34

5.358

5.341

April 25, 2013

3.24

3.20

5.452

5.532

June 25, 2009

3.25

3.25

5.328

5.313

May 25, 2013

3.38

3.33

5.459

5.539

July 25, 2009

3.37

3.38

5.297

5.286

June 25, 2013

3.22

3.17

5.467

5.545

August 25, 2009

3.25

3.25

5.266

5.262

July 25, 2013

3.36

3.31

5.474

5.550

September 25, 2009

3.25

3.26

5.237

5.242

August 25, 2013

3.20

3.15

5.480

5.555

October 25, 2009

3.37

3.40

5.211

5.227

September 25, 2013

3.19

3.14

5.486

5.558

November 25, 2009

3.25

3.29

5.189

5.217

October  25, 2013

3.34

3.28

5.490

5.561

December 25, 2009

3.41

3.45

5.170

5.213

 

 

 

 

 

January 25, 2010

3.31

3.36

5.157

5.216

 

 

 

 

 

February 25, 2010

3.53

3.56

5.149

5.226

 

 

 

 

 

March 25, 2010

3.92

3.94

5.148

5.240

 

 

 

 

 

April 25, 2010

3.53

3.55

5.154

5.258

 

 

 

 

 

May 25, 2010

3.66

3.67

5.168

5.278

 

 

 

 

 

June 25, 2010

3.53

3.53

5.189

5.300

 

 

 

 

 

July 25, 2010

3.48

3.49

5.211

5.320

 

 

 

 

 

August 25, 2010

3.36

3.39

5.233

5.340

 

 

 

 

 

September 25, 2010

3.38

3.40

5.254

5.358

 

 

 

 

 

October 25, 2010

3.52

3.52

5.274

5.374

 

 

 

 

 

November 25, 2010

3.38

3.37

5.292

5.388

 

 

 

 

 

December 25, 2010

3.51

3.50

5.309

5.400

 

 

 

 

 

January 25, 2011

3.37

3.35

5.325

5.409

 

 

 

 

 

February 25, 2011

3.36

3.36

5.338

5.416

 

 

 

 

 

March 25, 2011

3.76

3.76

5.349

5.422

 

 

 

 

 

April 25, 2011

3.35

3.34

5.357

5.425

 

 

 

 

 

(1)      Assumes the pricing prepayment speed to call.

(2)

Calculated, for the related period, as (a) interest collections on the Mortgage Loans (net of the Servicing Fee, the Custodian Fee, Trustee Fee, and Trust Oversight Manager Fee), less the amount of interest accrued at the related Pass-Through Rate and paid on the related Distribution Date to the Certificates plus swap payments received from the Swap Provider minus swap payments owed to the Swap Provider divided by (b) the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the beginning of the related collection period and multiplied by (c) 12.

(3)

Assumes a swap strike rate of [5.25 ]%





Breakeven Losses


 

30% Loss Severity

40% Loss Severity

50% Loss Severity

CDR (a) Break %

Cum Loss %

CDR (a) Break %

Cum Loss %

CDR (a) Break %

Cum Loss %

M-1

44.5

19.64

28.7

20.41

21.1

20.88

M-2

31.3

16.14

21.2

16.76

16.0

17.16

M-3

27.3

14.84

18.8

15.42

14.3

15.77

M-4

23.7

13.55

16.5

14.04

12.7

14.40

M-5

20.6

12.33

14.6

12.82

11.3

13.13

M-6

18.8

11.56

13.4

12.01

10.4

12.29

M-7

15.5

10.05

11.2

10.43

8.7

10.61

M-8

14.1

9.36

10.2

9.68

8.0

9.89

M-9

11.9

8.21

8.7

8.49

6.9

8.71


Assumptions:

(1)

Pricing Prepayment Assumption, default is in addition to voluntary prepay

(2)

Forward LIBOR

(3)

12 month recovery lag

(4)

100% Servicer advance of delinquent principal and interest

(5)

To maturity

(6)

Trigger event is in effect on and after Stepdown Date

(7)

‘Break’ is first dollar of principal loss

(8)

[5.25]% swap strike rate

Footnotes:

(a)    Constant Default Rate (“CDR”) is an annualized rate based upon an assumed constant monthly default rate of a pool of Mortgage Loans






Contact List


North American ABS – Home Equity

 

Syndicate/Sales Desk

Origination/

Brian Bernard

(212) 834-5139

 

 

Andy Cherna

(212) 834-4154

Structuring:

Tom Roh

(212) 834-5936

 

 

Randall Outlaw

(212) 834-4154

 

Vikas Garg

(212) 834-9593

 

 

Melissa Traylor

(212) 834-4154

 

Shayna Stephanak

(212) 834-5727

 

 

Lizmary Rodriguez

(212) 834-4154

 

Danielle Stiles

(212) 834-5738

 

 

 

 

 

Haroon Jawadi

(212) 834-5308

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asset-Backed Trading

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Basso

(212) 834-3720

 

 

 

 

 

Maria Lopes

(212) 834-3720

Home Equity

Robert Miller

(212) 834-2428

 

 

Misha Renda

(212) 834-3720

Whole Loan Trading:

Raj Kothari

(212) 834-3339

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Lynn

(212) 834-2394

 

 

 

 

 

Osmin Rivera

(212) 834-2151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Rating Agency Contacts

 

 

Standard & Poor’s

 

Greg Koniowka

(212) 438-5327

 

 

 

 

Moody’s

 

Jodi Vanbreda

(212) 553-1915

 

 

 

 

Fitch

 

Tara Sweeney

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