General Electric Co. outlined plans Tuesday to shrink its GE Capital finance unit, saying it would revamp the business to reduce its reliance on volatile short-term funding.

In a presentation to investors, Mike Neal, GE's vice chairman and the chief executive of GE Capital, reiterated that he sees no need for the unit to seek bank holding company status, which would give it access to additional government financial resources but subject it to more regulation.

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