The Globe and Mail reported, citing sources that told Reuters, that GE Capital wants to sell its Swiss consumer lending business and Swiss bank UBS is a possible bidder in a deal that could be worth up to $1.6 billion.

The Globe and Mail said that UBS is one of at least two parties who planned to submit bids for GE Money Bank in an auction process. A UBS purchase of GE’s consumer business would confirm its stated desire to refocus on its home market as it scales bank in investment banking, the newspaper noted.

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