GMAC Financial Services said it has priced $4.5 billion of debt guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. through the agency's Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program.

GMAC, the parent of Residential Capital Corp., the nation's fifth largest mortgage servicer, said the offering will further improve its liquidity position. The securities offering included $3.5 billion of senior fixed-rate notes and $1 billion of senior floating rate notes.

The debt comes due in December 2012. In May 2009, GMAC received regulatory approval to participate in the TLGP for up to $7.4 billion.

Earlier this year the company received a $5 billion infusion through the Treasury Department's TARP program.

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