The sale of most of GE’s financing business as part of a reorganization effort will not adversely affect its aircraft-leasing arm, GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), as some have speculated.  “While there are a lot of changes at GE Capital, for us it is business as usual,” GECAS president and CEO Norman C.T. Liu said. Once the dissolution of GE Capital’s assets is complete, GECAS will become the largest of the three remaining divisions that finance the ...

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