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Ally Financial Refinances $15 Billion of Credit Facilities

April 05, 2011

DETROIT — Ally Financial Inc. announced on March 30 that it completed the refinancing of $15 billion in credit facilities at both the parent company and at its banking subsidiary, Ally Bank, with a syndicate of 21 lenders. The secured facilities can be used to fund retail, lease and dealer floorplan automotive assets in the United States and Canada. 

"The new facilities are part of our diversified funding strategy and offer additional liquidity to support key areas of the automotive finance business," said Ally Treasurer Jeffrey Brown. "Continued progress in Ally's business performance coupled with favorable market conditions enabled us to refinance these key facilities at more favorable terms compared to prior years."

The $15 billion funding capacity is comprised of two $7.5 billion facilities, one of which is available to the parent company, Ally Financial, and one of its Canadian subsidiaries, and the other which is available to Ally Bank.

Each new facility will have half the capacity maturing in two years and the other half maturing in 364 days. The two credit lines replace facilities at both Ally Financial and Ally Bank that were due to mature in the second quarter of 2011.

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