GE Capital Services, General Electric Co.'s massive finance unit, is planning to structure, price, and lead syndicated loans next year, according to a source at the company.

The $250 billion-asset unit of GE has long participated in the syndicated loan market by buying pieces of deals originated and structured by other lenders. Now the Stamford, Conn., unit wants to compete for mandates to lead large syndicated loans to companies in sectors in which it has expertise.

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