About GM Financial
GM Financial ("the Company") is the captive finance company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Motors Company ("GM") and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.
GM Financial's success is largely dependent on building strong, lasting relationships with our dealers and the consumer customers that we serve. This is why we are committed to providing best-in-class customer service, while promoting open, honest communication at all levels.
Our executive team and all employees must adhere to GM Financial's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics. Our Code outlines the principles by which all team members conduct business with customers, vendors and each other. These principles apply to all GM Financial team members and affiliates and although it does not cover every issue that may arise, the Code provides guidelines for all employees in regard to their business conduct.
For a deeper understanding of expectations and guidelines set forth for the entire GM Financial team, please review GM Financial's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics policies below.
Our Business & Our History
GM Financial is a global provider of automobile finance solutions, with operations in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Latin America. Through our long-standing relationships with auto dealers, we offer attractive retail loan and lease programs to meet the unique needs of each customer. We also offer commercial lending products to dealers to help them finance and grow their businesses.
GM Financial was founded as AmeriCredit in September 1992 and opened its first branch office in Fort Worth, Texas. On October 1, 2010, AmeriCredit Corp. was acquired by General Motors Company and renamed General Motors Financial Company, Inc. (GM Financial). In November 2012, GM Financial announced the acquisition of Ally Financial Inc.'s international operations. The majority of those acquisitions were finalized in 2013, with the remaining market, a 35% equity interest in a joint venture in China, acquired in January 2015.
In the fourth quarter of 2014, GM Financial had operations in 19 countries, providing auto finance solutions to approximately 16,000 dealers worldwide and earning assets of $41 billion.
For the year ended December 31, 2014, GM Financial reported:
- Full year net income of $537 million; $59 million for the December quarter
- Full year consumer loan and lease originations of $21.3 billion; $6.0 billion for the December quarter
- Full year annualized net credit losses of 1.9% on average consumer finance receivables; 2.2% for the December quarter
- End of period earning assets of $40.8 billion
For more detailed financial information, visit our Resources For Investors.