GE promotes Fenner to head leveraged finance group

GE Capital has appointed James Fenner as president and chief executive for GE Capital’s leveraged finance group in Europe. Fenner was previously head of capital markets for GE Capital EMEA. He replaces Thomas Greco who has left the bank.

  • 10 Sep 2010
Fenner will be responsible for leading and arranging mid-market transactions and building relationships with commercial partners. He will be based in Paris and report to Rich Laxer, chief executive of EMEA.Before joining GE Capital Fenner was head of leveraged loan capital markets at Merrill Lynch. Before that he ...

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