GE Capital Canada Funding, along with a number of its affiliated GE Capital entities around the world, renewed their Euro medium term note program on May 21, 2004. Up to an aggregate of US$10 billion principal amount of notes and other debt securities may be issued by GE Capital Canada Funding Co. The notes are unsecured debt securities, with the payment of principal and interest on Notes issued guaranteed by General Electric Capital Corp.
The dealers were represented by McCarthy Tétrault, with a team that included Barry Ryan and Martha Hundert (corporate and securities) and Gabrielle Richards (tax); and by Nova Scotia counsel Andrew Burke of Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales.
GE Capital and its affiliates were represented by in-house counsel Craig Beazer, and assisted by a team at Davis Polk & Wardwell that included Winthrop Conrad, Jr., and Benjamin Marsh (corporate) and Jeremy Matz (tax).