GE (NYSE:GE) announced that its GE HealthCare subsidiary closed an offering of senior notes worth $8.5 billion.
The company earlier this month announced the offering in connection with the planned spinoff of GE HealthCare. It anticipates the spinoff to go through in the first week of January 2023.
According to a news release, GE’s offering includes $1 billion in 5.55% senior notes due in 2024. It also offers $1.5 billion in 5.6% senior notes due in 2025. The offering features $1.75 billion in 5.65% senior notes due in 2027.
Additionally, GE is offering $1.25 billion in 5.857% senior notes due in 2030 and $1.75 billion in 5.905% senior notes due in 2032. Finally, GE offered $1 billion in 6.377% senior notes due in 2052.
GE said the notes represent senior unsecured obligations of GE HealthCare. The company expects them to enable GE to pay down existing debt. On Nov. 8, GE announced a tender offer to buy up to $7 billion in its debt securities.…