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Organization: General Electric Capital
LEI P0H32NFVTA51I1N8SJ31

Organization ceased operations
Issuer name
General Electric Capital Corp
Country name
USA
Country of registration
USA
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Profile

During December 2015, General Electric Capital Corporation merged into GE. The merger and creation of a new intermediate holding company was part of a reorganization of GE Capital's businesses (the Reorganization) pursuant to which GE separated GE Capital's international and U.S. operations. GE Capital's international operations have been consolidated under a new international holding company (GE Capital International Holdings Limited), which has a separate capital structure and is supervised by the U.K. Prudential Regulation Authority. The Reorganization, debt exchange offers and establishment of GE Capital International Holdings Limited were intended, among other things, to establish an efficient and simplified capital structure that is satisfactory to GE Capital's regulators, a key step in terminating the nonbank SIFI designation for GE Capital. In addition, the debt exchange offers were designed to align the liabilities of GE Capital International Holdings Limited to its assets from a maturity profile and liquidity standpoint, taking into consideration asset sales, and where appropriate, shortening the maturity profile of targeted liabilities. As part of the GE Capital Exit Plan, on September 21, 2015, GE Capital commenced private offers to exchange (the Exchange Offers) up to $30 billion of certain outstanding debt for new notes with maturities of six months, five years, ten years or twenty years. The new notes have been fully, irrevocably and unconditionally guaranteed by GE. General Electric Capital Corporation provides financing, mortgage, and insurance services. The Company offers commercial lending and leasing, consumer financing, and investments in alternative energy, aircraft leasing and financing, and real estate investment services. General Electric Capital serves customers worldwide.

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  • LEI
    P0H32NFVTA51I1N8SJ31
  • SIC
    6141 PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS
  • CIK
    0000040554

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