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10 Disrupters: A Transformed Giant

10 Disrupters: A Transformed Giant

Bradley Trotter steps in to oversee GE Capital Real Estate’s mega North American portfolio.

GE Capital Real Estate was one of the entities that got hit hardest by the Great Recession. At its peak in 2008, GE Capital Real Estate had $91 billion in assets, of which 56 percent was in equity and 44 percent was in debt. What has transpired since has been a rapid repositioning. After taking time to slim down, absorb losses and reconfigure its portfolio, the firm is once again a major force. Today the firm has global assets of $38 billion, with 63 percent in debt and 37

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