James Fenner has been appointed as the new head of capital markets for GE Capital in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Based in London, he will be responsible for all strategic lease and loan syndication activities and will oversee securitisation and alternative funding strategies, in partnership with GE’s treasury function, for GE Capital businesses in the region. He will report to Richard Laxer, EMEA president & CEO for GE Capital.
Fenner was previously head of leveraged loan capital markets with Merrill Lynch, a position he held since 2005. Prior to that, he was in a variety of roles with Deutsche Bank from 1986, ending as managing director of loan capital markets responsible for project finance, telecoms and leveraged finance.
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