The case discusses various options available to GE Capital to manage its liquidity and solvency crises which were aggravated during the height of the financial crisis of 2008. GE Capital needs to decide how to restructure its liabilities to meet its urgent liquidity needs while maintaining its long-term growth and competitive advantage. The case brings forth the interrelated and complex issues surrounding the choice of long term and short-term funding of a very large financial services and industrials business combine. The case offers a valuable context to examine the capital raising choices during stressful market and firm conditions.
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