General Electric Company’s exit from retail lending could lead to an increase in the required credit enhancement levels and the risk premium required by the market on its $9.2 billion of outstanding credit card securitizations, according to a Wells Fargo report.

GE made the announcement on Nov.15 2013. The plan is to split off GE’s North American retail finance business, which includes its credit card operations, in 2015.  

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