Two Execs from a GMAC Unit to Retire

Quinn, Matthew
August 2005
American Banker;8/9/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 152, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that two executives from General Motors Acceptance Corporation's GMAC Commercial Holding Corporation, are retiring, following GMAC's announcement that it is selling a 60 percent stake in the commercial mortgage unit. Retirements of chairman David Creamer and vice chairman Charles Dunleavy Jr.; Information on GMAC's sale of the stake; Other personnel changes.


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