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GE Capital Fleet Services names Kristi Webb as president and CEO

Eden Prairie-based GE Capital Fleet Services has promoted Kristi Webb as its new president and CEO. Webb joined the company in 1998 and was most recently general manager of GE Capital’s Dealer Finance business. She will replace Clarence Nunn, who was recently appointed chief commercial officer for GE Capital, Americas.
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Eden Prairie, Minn. – September 10, 2012 – GE Capital Fleet Services today announced the appointment of Kristi Webb as President and Chief Executive Officer. Webb replaces Clarence Nunn, who was recently appointed Chief Commercial Officer for GE Capital, Americas.

Webb was previously General Manager of GE Capital’s Dealer Finance business that provides wholesale and retail leasing services to thousands of dealers and resellers across a wide range of commercial products. In that role, she had the opportunity to collaborate with GE Capital Fleet Services on strategic projects.

“GE Capital Fleet Services is a leader in its industry and provides customers with a full suite of financing and strategic fleet management solutions,” said Webb. “I look forward to working closely with customers, OEMs, and industry partners and further enhancing our suite of service offerings and our position as a global alternative fuels leader.”

Since joining GE in 1998, Webb has held key leadership roles across the company in Marketing, Operations and Quality. Prior to her general manager role at GE Capital Dealer Finance, she was Chief Marketing Officer at two other equipment finance businesses at GE Capital, and served in leadership positions with GE Plastics and GE Advanced Materials Automotive in the Netherlands.

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