GE Capital recently partnered with the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business to establish the National Center for the Middle Market, which produces a Middle Market Indicator Survey. ABF Journal spoke with GE Capital’s Robert McCarrick as he relayed the findings of the survey and explained that although there is increasing pessimism about the economy and loan issuance is off, there is still financing out there — a benefit to both lenders and borrowers.
GE Capital, Corporate Finance served as administrative agent of a $485 million senior secured credit facility to Waupaca Foundry Holdings. The financing was used to support the acquisition of ThyssenKrupp Waupaca by KPS Capital Partners.
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A former executive with both CitiCapital and GE Capital faces up to 20 years in federal prison for his role in orchestrating a Ponzi scheme that included obtaining more than $12.5 million from GE Capital for fictitious equipment sales.