• GOLDMAN SACHS: GE Capital has a $20 billion funding gap that needs to filled by 2020

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    General Electric 's lending arm, GE Capital, has to fill a $20 billion funding gap through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    CEO Larry Culp told CNBC Monday that he would cut the company's leverage by selling assets.
    On Friday, GE Capital sold a $1.5 billion healthcare-equipment finance portfolio to US lender TIAA Bank.
    Watch General Electric trade live.
    General Electric 's lending arm - GE Capital - has a huge funding hole that it needs to fill through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    "We estimate there is an about $20 billion gap in Capital funding through...
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  • GOLDMAN SACHS: GE Capital has a $20 billion funding gap that needs to filled by 2020

    GOLDMAN SACHS: GE Capital has a $20 billion funding gap that needs to filled by 2020

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    General Electric 's lending arm, GE Capital, has to fill a $20 billion funding gap through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    CEO Larry Culp told CNBC Monday that he would cut the company's leverage by selling assets.
    On Friday, GE Capital sold a $1.5 billion healthcare-equipment finance portfolio to US lender TIAA Bank.
    Watch General Electric trade live.
    General Electric 's lending arm - GE Capital - has a huge funding hole that it needs to fill through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    "We estimate there is an about $20 billion gap in Capital funding through...
    Read more ...

     

  • GOLDMAN SACHS: GE Capital has a $20 billion funding gap that needs to filled by 2020

    GOLDMAN SACHS: GE Capital has a $20 billion funding gap that needs to filled by 2020

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    General Electric 's lending arm, GE Capital, has to fill a $20 billion funding gap through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    CEO Larry Culp told CNBC Monday that he would cut the company's leverage by selling assets.
    On Friday, GE Capital sold a $1.5 billion healthcare-equipment finance portfolio to US lender TIAA Bank.
    Watch General Electric trade live.
    General Electric 's lending arm - GE Capital - has a huge funding hole that it needs to fill through ways such as selling assets, Goldman Sachs says.
    "We estimate there is an about $20 billion gap in Capital funding through...
    Read more ...