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GE Commercial Finance China Gets New Chief

GE Commercial Finance announced that Nancy Ku has been named president and CEO, GE Commercial Finance China, marking the launch of a new integrated approach to the market for GE Commercial Finance.

"With Nancy's terrific track record in equity and corporate finance we will accelerate growth and expand our footprint in China, a critical market for GE," said John Flannery, president and CEO, GE Commercial Finance Asia.

Ku assumes this new position while maintaining her current responsibilities as president and CEO, GE Corporate Financial Services Asia.

GE Commercial Finance offers businesses around the globe an extensive array of financial products and services. With more than US$246 billion in assets and expertise in the middle-market, GE Commercial Finance provides loans, operating leases, financing programs and innovative structured capital to help customers grow.

1 Comment on "GE Commercial Finance China Gets New Chief"

  1. Richard Amsterdam--Gemini Intl,LLC | February 20, 2010 at 6:45 am |

    We have been requested to arrange finance for Wind Energy Turbines and Solar Panel ( Solar Energy . The equipment will be manufactured in China and the equipment will be used in Central America ( one Wind Energy Plant ) and in a European Country for a Solar Panel Plant . Does China have a plan like EXIM in US to finance Chinese Equipment —of can China GE arrange such finance

    Please advise as soon as possible

    Richard Amsterdam

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