GE Capital Announces Redemption of All of Its Outstanding 6.50% GE Capital InterNotes Due August 15,
GE Capital Announces Redemption of All of Its Outstanding 6.50% GE Capital InterNotes Due August 15, 2048
STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GE Capital announced today that it is calling for redemption all of its outstanding 6.50% GE Capital InterNotes Due August 15, 2048. The redeemed notes will be redeemed on August 22, 2013 at a redemption price of $25.00 per note together with accrued but unpaid interest to but excluding August 22, 2013 of $0.0315972 per note. The trustee for the notes, The Bank of New York Mellon, will act as redemption and paying agent.
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GE Capital is one of the world's largest providers of credit and expertise. For more than 1 million businesses, GE Capital provides financing to purchase, lease and distribute equipment, as well as capital for real estate and corporate acquisitions, refinancings and restructurings. GE Capital is a leader in a number of industries, from airlines, healthcare and energy financing to fleet, franchise and middle market corporate finance. For approximately 80 million consumers, GE Capital offers credit cards and retail sales finance programs. GE Capital is an extension of GE's rich heritage of building and supporting growth, providing customers with insight, knowledge and expertise in addition to financing.
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