First National goes to GE

February 2003
Cabinet Maker;2/7/2003, Issue 5323, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of the credit company First National Bank by GE Consumer Finance in Great Britain. Decision of Abbey National to focus on main banking activities; Benefits of the acquisition for the companies; Business operations of GE Consumer Finance.


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