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BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

TRIMESTRE:

GMFIN

04

AÑO:

2015

BALANCE GENERAL DE SOFOM

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 CONSOLIDADO INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

CUENTA

Impresión Final

(PESOS)

SUB-CUENTA SUB-SUBCUENTA CUENTA / SUBCUENTA

10000000

ACTIVO

10010000

DISPONIBILIDADES

10050000

CUENTAS DE MARGEN

10100000

(PESOS)

CIERRE PERIODO ACTUAL

TRIMESTRE AÑO ANTERIOR

Impresión Final

IMPORTE

IMPORTE

39,594,965,706

29,591,111,243

3,029,791,225

2,682,746,443

0

0

INVERSIONES EN VALORES

0

0

10100100

Títulos para negociar

0

0

10100200

Títulos disponibles para la venta

0

0

10100300

Títulos conservados a vencimiento

0

0

10150000

DEUDORES POR REPORTO (SALDO DEUDOR)

0

0

10250000

DERIVADOS

9,839,172

7,475,804

10250100

Con fines de negociación

9,839,172

7,475,804

10250200

Con fines de cobertura

0

0

10300000

AJUSTES DE VALUACIÓN POR COBERTURA DE ACTIVOS FINANCIEROS

0

0

10400000

TOTAL CARTERA DE CRÉDITO (NETO)

34,992,703,320

25,874,071,188

10450000

CARTERA DE CRÉDITO NETA

34,992,703,320

25,874,071,188

10500000

CARTERA DE CRÉDITO VIGENTE

35,390,894,945

26,112,655,937

Créditos comerciales

15,270,559,329

11,445,604,321

10500101

Actividad empresarial o comercial

15,270,559,329

11,445,604,321

10500102

Entidades financieras

0

0

10500103

Entidades gubernamentales

0

0

20,120,335,616

14,667,051,616

10500100

10500200

Créditos de consumo

10500300

Créditos a la vivienda

10550000

CARTERA DE CRÉDITO VENCIDA 10550100

0

0

315,934,320

271,191,761

Créditos comerciales

48,177,152

47,622,485

10550101

Actividad empresarial o comercial

48,177,152

47,622,485

10550102

Entidades financieras

0

0

10550103

Entidades gubernamentales

0

0

267,757,168

223,569,276

10550200

Créditos de consumo

10550300

Créditos a la vivienda

0

0

-714,125,945

-509,776,510

DERECHOS DE COBRO (NETO)

0

0

DERECHOS DE COBRO ADQUIRIDOS

0

0

10750000

ESTIMACIÓN POR IRRECUPERABILIDAD O DIFÍCIL COBRO

0

0

10800000

BENEFICIOS POR RECIBIR EN OPERACIONES DE BURSATILIZACIÓN

0

0

10850000

OTRAS CUENTAS POR COBRAR (NETO)

284,256,262

87,974,066

10900000

BIENES ADJUDICADOS (NETO)

10950000

INMUEBLES, MOBILIARIO Y EQUIPO (NETO)

11000000 11050000 11100000

10600000

ESTIMACIÓN PREVENTIVA PARA RIESGOS CREDITICIOS

10650000 10700000

11150000

99,642

0

147,039,121

55,535,080

INVERSIONES PERMANENTES

0

0

ACTIVOS DE LARGA DURACIÓN DISPONIBLES PARA LA VENTA

0

0

IMPUESTOS Y PTU DIFERIDOS (NETO)

371,398,759

245,873,212

OTROS ACTIVOS

759,838,205

637,435,450

11150100

Cargos diferidos, pagos anticipados e intangibles

759,838,205

637,435,450

11150200

Otros activos a corto y largo plazo

0

0

32,676,053,989

22,825,700,585

20000000

PASIVO

20010000

PASIVOS BURSÁTILES

1,403,429,319

1,102,495,167

20100000

PRÉSTAMOS BANCARIOS Y DE OTROS ORGANISMOS

24,626,858,328

16,710,087,091

20100200

De corto plazo

14,988,253,513

9,040,354,329

20100300

De largo plazo

9,638,604,815

7,669,732,762

COLATERALES VENDIDOS

0

0

20300100

Reportos (saldo acreedor)

0

0

20300300

Derivados

0

0

20300900

Otros colaterales vendidos

0

0

DERIVADOS

4,469,539

24,937,866

20350100

Con fines de negociación

4,469,539

24,937,866

20350200

Con fines de cobertura

0

0

20400000

AJUSTES DE VALUACIÓN POR COBERTURA DE PASIVOS FINANCIEROS

0

0

20450000

OBLIGACIONES EN OPERACIONES DE BURSATILIZACIÓN

0

0

20500000

OTRAS CUENTAS POR PAGAR

5,659,305,846

4,345,697,341

20300000

20350000

20500100

Impuestos a la utilidad por pagar

189,801,060

16,911,759

20500200

Participación de los trabajadores en las utilidades por pagar

0

0

20500300

Aportaciones para futuros aumentos de capital pendientes de formalizar en asamblea de accionistas

0

0

BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

TRIMESTRE:

GMFIN

04

AÑO:

2015

BALANCE GENERAL DE SOFOM

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 CONSOLIDADO INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

CUENTA

Impresión Final

(PESOS)

SUB-CUENTA SUB-SUBCUENTA CUENTA / SUBCUENTA

(PESOS)

CIERRE PERIODO ACTUAL

TRIMESTRE AÑO ANTERIOR

Impresión Final

IMPORTE

IMPORTE

20500400

Acreedores por liquidación de operaciones

0

0

20500500

Acreedores por cuentas de margen

0

0

20500900

Acreedores por colaterales recibidos en efectivo

0

0

20500600

Acreedores diversos y otras cuentas por pagar

5,469,504,786

4,328,785,582 0

20550000

OBLIGACIONES SUBORDINADAS EN CIRCULACIÓN

0

20600000

IMPUESTOS Y PTU DIFERIDOS (NETO)

0

0

20650000

CRÉDITOS DIFERIDOS Y COBROS ANTICIPADOS

981,990,957

642,483,120

30000000

CAPITAL CONTABLE

6,918,911,717

6,765,410,658

30050000

CAPITAL CONTRIBUIDO

85,986,339

85,986,339

30050100

Capital social

85,986,339

85,986,339

30050200

Aportaciones para futuros aumentos de capital formalizadas en asamblea de accionistas

0

0

30050300

Prima en venta de acciones

0

0

30050400

Obligaciones subordinadas en circulación

0

0

6,832,925,378

6,679,424,319

30100000

CAPITAL GANADO 30100100

Reservas de capital

30100200

Resultado de ejercicios anteriores

25,915,938

25,915,938

6,053,679,207

5,925,011,252

30100300 30100400

Resultado por valuación de títulos disponibles para la venta

0

0

Resultado por valuación de instrumentos de cobertura de flujos de efectivo

0

0

30100500

Efecto acumulado por conversión

0

0

30100600

Resultado por tenencia de activos no monetarios

0

0

30100700

Resultado neto

753,330,233

728,497,129

30030000

PARTICIPACION NO CONTROLADORA

40000000

CUENTAS DE ORDEN

0

0

4,505,929,921

5,680,857,762

40050000 40100000

Avales otorgados

0

0

Activos y pasivos contingentes

0

40150000

Compromisos crediticios

0

4,488,799,536

5,669,314,925

40200000 40300000

Bienes en fideicomiso

0

0

Bienes en administración

0

0

40350000

Colaterales recibidos por la entidad

0

0

40400000

Colaterales recibidos y vendidos por la entidad

0

0

40800000

Intereses devengados no cobrados derivados de cartera vencida

17,130,385

11,542,837

40510000

Rentas devengadas no cobradas derivadas de operaciones de arrendamiento operativo

0

0

40900000

Otras cuentas de registro

0

0

BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

TRIMESTRE: 04

GMFIN

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

AÑO:

2015

ESTADO DE RESULTADOS DE SOFOM CONSOLIDADO

INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

DEL 1 DE ENERO AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 (PESOS)

Impresión Final TRIMESTRE AÑO ANTERIOR

TRIMESTRE AÑO ACTUAL CUENTA 50050000

CUENTA / SUBCUENTA Ingresos por intereses

50060000

Ingresos por arrendamiento operativo

50070000

Otros beneficios por arrendamiento

50100000

Gastos por intereses

50110000

Depreciación de bienes en arrendamiento operativo

50150000

Resultado por posición monetaria neto (margen financiero)

50200000

Margen financiero

50250000

Estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios

50300000

Margen financiero ajustado por riesgos crediticios

50350000 50400000

IMPORTE 3,374,638,657 30,106,822

IMPORTE 2,669,384,121 3,640,138

0

0

1,025,669,757

818,706,817

20,063,075

2,319,329

0

0

2,359,012,647

1,851,998,113

481,891,155

326,465,717

1,877,121,492

1,525,532,396

Comisiones y tarifas cobradas

425,780,586

418,470,028

Comisiones y tarifas pagadas

548,660,741

414,487,823

50450000

Resultado por intermediación

757,531

-1,817,527

50500000

Otros ingresos (egresos) de la operación

90,006,694

98,734,200

50600000

Gastos de administración

818,119,897

723,652,442

50650000

Resultado de la operación

1,026,885,665

906,413,886

51000000

Participación en el resultado de subsidiarias no consolidadas y asociadas

50820000

Resultado antes de impuestos a la utilidad

50850000 50900000

0

0

1,026,885,665

906,413,886

Impuestos a la utilidad causados

399,080,979

170,996,809

Impuestos a la utilidad diferidos (netos)

125,525,547

-6,919,948

51100000

Resultado antes de operaciones discontinuadas

753,330,233

728,497,129

51150000

Operaciones discontinuadas

51200000

Resultado neto

51250000

Participación no controladora

51300000

Resultado neto incluyendo participación no controladora

0

0

753,330,233

728,497,129

0

0

753,330,233

728,497,129

BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

TRIMESTRE:

GMFIN

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

04

AÑO:

2015

ESTADO DE FLUJOS DE EFECTIVO DE SOFOM AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 CONSOLIDADO

INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

CUENTA

SUB-CUENTA

Impresión Final

(PESOS)

CUENTA / SUBCUENTA

(PESOS)

AÑO ACTUAL

AÑO ANTERIOR

IMPORTE

IMPORTE

Impresión Final

820101000000

Resultado neto

753,330,233

728,497,129

820102000000

Ajustes por partidas que no implican flujo de efectivo:

310,054,320

209,310,638

820102040000

Pérdidas por deterioro o efecto por reversión del deterioro asociados a actividades de inversión

820102110000

Depreciaciones de inmuebles, mobiliario y equipo

820102120000

Amortizaciones de activos intangibles

820102060000

Provisiones

820102070000

Impuestos a la utilidad causados y diferidos

820102080000

Participación en el resultado de subsidiarias no consolidadas y asociadas

820102090000 820102900000

0

0

15,430,613

19,648,083

0

0

21,068,275

11,745,798

273,555,432

177,916,757

0

0

Operaciones discontinuadas

0

0

Otros

0

0

Actividades de operación 820103010000

Cambio en cuentas de margen

0

0

820103020000

Cambio en inversiones en valores

0

0

820103030000

Cambio en deudores por reporto

0

0

820103050000

Cambio en derivados (activo)

-2,363,368

-4,942,561

820103060000

Cambio en cartera de crédito (neto)

-9,118,632,132

-4,066,218,268

820103070000

Cambio en derechos de cobro adquiridos

0

0

820103080000

Cambio en beneficios por recibir en operaciones de bursatilización

0

0

820103090000

Cambio en bienes adjudicados (neto)

820103100000

Cambio en otros activos operativos (netos)

820103210000

Cambio en pasivos bursátiles

820103120000

Cambio en préstamos bancarios y de otros organismos

820103150000

Cambio en colaterales vendidos

820103160000

Cambio en derivados (pasivo)

820103170000 820103180000 820103190000

Cambio en otros pasivos operativos

820103200000 820103230000

-99,642

0

-805,646,955

-399,654,011

300,934,152

952,308,167

7,916,771,237

3,539,148,779

0

0

-20,468,327

-8,288,901

Cambio en obligaciones en operaciones de bursatilización

0

0

Cambio en obligaciones subordinadas con características de pasivo

0

0

1,632,218,893

407,711,697

Cambio en instrumentos de cobertura (de partidas cubiertas relacionadas con actividades de operación)

0

0

Cobros de impuestos a la utilidad (devoluciones)

0

0

820103240000

Pagos de impuestos a la utilidad

0

0

820103900000

Otros

0

0

-97,286,142

420,064,902

820103000000

Flujos netos de efectivo de actividades de operación Actividades de inversión 820104010000

Cobros por disposición de inmuebles, mobiliario y equipo

820104020000

Pagos por adquisición de inmuebles, mobiliario y equipo

6,487,496

4,945,043

-25,541,125

-13,102,003

820104030000 820104040000

Cobros por disposición de subsidiarias y asociadas

0

0

Pagos por adquisición de subsidiarias y asociadas

0

0

820104050000

Cobros por disposición de otras inversiones permanentes

0

-3

820104060000

Pagos por adquisición de otras inversiones permanentes

0

0

820104070000

Cobros de dividendos en efectivo

0

0

820104080000

Pagos por adquisición de activos intangibles

0

0

820104090000

Cobros por disposición de activos de larga duración disponibles para la venta

0

0

820104100000

Cobros por disposición de otros activos de larga duración

0

0

820104110000

Pagos por adquisición de otros activos de larga duración

0

0

820104120000

Cobros asociados a instrumentos de cobertura (de partidas cubiertas relacionadas con actividades de inversión)

0

0

820104130000

Pagos asociados a instrumentos de cobertura (de partidas cubiertas relacionadas con actividades de inversión)

0

0

820104900000

Otros

0

0

-19,053,629

-8,156,963 0

820104000000

Flujos netos de efectivo de actividades de inversión Actividades de financiamiento 820105010000

Cobros por emisión de acciones

0

820105020000

Pagos por reembolsos de capital social

0

0

820105030000

Pagos de dividendos en efectivo

-600,000,000

-1,000,000,000

820105040000

Pagos asociados a la recompra de acciones propias

0

0

820105050000

Cobros por la emisión de obligaciones subordinadas con características de capital

0

0

820105060000

Pagos asociados a obligaciones subordinadas con características de capital

0

0

820105900000

Otros

0

0

-600,000,000

-1,000,000,000

347,044,782

349,715,706

820105000000

Flujos netos de efectivo de actividades de financiamiento

820100000000

Incremento o disminución neta de efectivo y equivalentes de efectivo

820400000000

Efectos por cambios en el valor del efectivo y equivalentes de efectivo

820200000000

Efectivo y equivalentes de efectivo al inicio del periodo

0

0

2,682,746,443

2,333,030,737

BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

TRIMESTRE:

GMFIN

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

04

AÑO:

2015

ESTADO DE FLUJOS DE EFECTIVO DE SOFOM AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 CONSOLIDADO

INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

CUENTA

820000000000

SUB-CUENTA

CUENTA / SUBCUENTA

Impresión Final

(PESOS) (PESOS)

Efectivo y equivalentes de efectivo al final del periodo

AÑO ACTUAL

AÑO ANTERIOR

IMPORTE

IMPORTE

3,029,791,225

2,682,746,443

Impresión Final

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GMFIN

AÑO:

ESTADO DE VARIACIONES EN EL CAPITAL CONTABLE DE SOFOM

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 Y 2014 INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

CONSOLIDADO Impresión Final

(PESOS) Capital contribuido Capital social

Concepto

Capital Ganado

Aportaciones para Prima en venta de futuros aumentos de acciones capital formalizadas en asamblea de accionistas

Obligaciones subordinadas en circulación

Reservas de capital

Resultado de Resultado por Resultado por ejercicios anteriores valuación de títulos valuación de disponibles para la instrumentos de venta cobertura de flujos de efectivo

Efecto acumulado por conversión

Resultado por tenencia de activos no monetarios

Resultado neto

Participación no controladora

Total capital contable

85,986,339

0

0

0

25,915,938

5,925,011,252

0

0

0

0

728,497,129

0

6,765,410,658

Suscripción de acciones

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Capitalización de utilidades

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Constitución de reservas

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

728,497,129

0

0

0

0

-728,497,129

0

0

Pago de dividendos

0

0

0

0

0

-600,000,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

-600,000,000

Otros.

0

0

0

0

0

170,826

0

0

0

0

0

0

170,826

Total de movimientos inherentes a las decisiones de los accionistas

0

0

0

0

0

128,667,955

0

0

0

0

-728,497,129

0

-599,829,174

Resultado neto

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

753,330,233

0

753,330,233

Resultado por valuación de títulos disponibles para la venta

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Resultado por valuación de instrumentos de cobertura de flujos de efectivo

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Efecto acumulado por conversión

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Resultado por tenencia de activos no monetarios

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Otros

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total de los movimientos inherentes al reconocimiento de la utilidad integral

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

753,330,233

0

753,330,233

85,986,339

0

0

0

25,915,938

6,053,679,207

0

0

0

0

753,330,233

0

6,918,911,717

Saldo al inicio del periodo MOVIMIENTOS INHERENTES A LAS DECISIONES DE LOS ACCIONISTAS

Traspaso del resultado neto a resultado de ejercicios anteriores

MOVIMIENTOS INHERENTES AL RECONOCIMIENTO DE LA UTILIDAD INTEGRAL

Saldo al final del periodo

2015

BOLSA MEXICANA DE VALORES, S.A.B. DE C.V. CLAVE DE COTIZACIÓN:

GMFIN

GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V., SOFOM E.R.

TRIMESTRE: COMENTARIOS Y ANALISIS DE LA ADMINISTRACIÓN SOBRE LOS RESULTADOS DE OPERACIÓN Y SITUACIÓN FINANCIERA DE LA COMPAÑÍA

04

AÑO: PAGINA

2015 1/ 7

CONSOLIDADO

INFORMACIÓN DICTAMINADA

Impresión Final

GM FINANCIAL DE MÉXICO, S.A. DE C. V. SOCIEDAD FINANCIERA DE OBJETO MULTIPLE, E.R. (Millones de pesos al 31 de diciembre de 2015) INFORME DE COMENTARIOS Y ANALISIS DE LA ADMINISTRACION

A)RESULTADOS DE OPERACIÓN TRIMESTRAL

Ingresos por intereses Los rendimientos generados por financiamientos otorgados a mayoreo y menudeo, se describen y analizan a continuación:

Conceptos

Periodos Variaciones 31-dic-14 31-dic-15 Dic 14 / Dic 15

Ingresos por intereses comercial Ingresos por intereses al consumo Otros ingresos por intereses Ingresos por intereses

$725 $1,735 $209 $2,669

$787 $2,361 $227 $3,375

$62 $626 $18 $706

8.55% 36.08% 8.61% 26.45%

El aumento del 26.45% al cuarto trimestre de 2015 en relación al cuarto trimestre de 2014 se debe principalmente a que los ingresos por intereses al consumo tuvieron un aumento del 36.08% en gran medida por el incremento de volumen de unidades financiadas durante el 2015. Gastos por intereses Los gastos por intereses por préstamos de bancos y de otros organismos, se comparan y analizan a continuación:

Conceptos Gastos por intereses

Periodos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15 $819

$1,026

Variaciones Dic 14 / Dic 15 $207

25.27%

Los gastos por intereses mostraron un incremento neto del 25.27% durante el cuarto trimestre de 2015 con respecto al cuarto trimestre de 2014. Esto se debe principalmente al incremento del balance de la deuda con respecto al mismo periodo de 2014 para soportar el crecimiento de activos, principalmente de crédito al consumo Si embargo el costo de gastos por intereses representó un incremento menor que la deuda la cual tuvo un aumento de 46.13% en 2015 en relación con 2014.

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El resultado por posición monetaria representa el efecto de la inflación, medido en términos de la UDI, sobre el neto de activos y pasivos monetarios al inicio de cada mes. La pérdida se genera por tener más activos que pasivos. A partir de 2008 la NIF B-10 de los efectos de la inflación en la información financiera, establece que ante el cambio de un entorno económico inflacionario a uno no inflacionario, no deben reconocerse los efectos de la inflación del periodo.

Margen Financiero El margen financiero en términos nominales presenta una incremento neto del 27.38%, derivado principalmente de un incremento de los ingresos por intereses de $706 millones combinado con un incremento en los gastos por intereses de $207 millones.

Periodos Conceptos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15 Ingresos por Intereses $2,669 $3,375 Ingresos por arrendamiento operativo $4 $30 Gastos por Intereses $819 $1,026 Dep. de bienes en arrrendamiento operativo $2 $20 Margen Financiero $1,852 $2,359

Variaciones Dic 14 / Dic 15 $706 26.45% $26 650.00% $207 25.27% $18 $507

900.00% 27.38%

Estimación Preventiva para Riesgos Crediticios La estimación preventiva se compara a continuación: Periodos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15

Conceptos

Reserva para Riesgos Crediticios

$326

$482

Variación Dic 14 / Dic 15 $156

47.85%

La estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios presenta un aumento derivado de un incremento en el saldo de la cartera de consumo y comercial, representando $49 millones de incremento por la reserva de cartera de consumo y $107 millones por incremento en la reserva de cartera comercial.

A continuación se muestran los resultados de la calificación de la cartera crediticia al cierre del periodo:

importe de CARTERA CREDITICIA EXCEPTUADA CALIFICADA Riesgo A Riesgo B Riesgo C

0 33,908 928 198

RESERVAS PREVENTIVAS NECESARIAS CARTERA cartera cartera total COMERCIAL DE CONSUMO HIPOTECARIA RESERVAS de vivienda PREVENTIVAS

$

$151 4 0

$207 29 18

$0 0 0

$358 33 18

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Riesgo D Riesgo E TOTAL

04

347 326

51 0

41 213

0 0

92 213

$35,707

$206

$508

$0

$714

Menos: RESERVAS CONSTITUIDAS EXCESO

$714 $ 0

Comisiones y tarifas Las comisiones y tarifas se describen y comparan a continuación: Periodos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15

Conceptos

Comisiones y Tarifas cobradas Comisiones y Tarifas Pagadas Comisiones y tarifas netas

$418 $414 $4

$426 $549 -$123

Variaciones Dic 14 / Dic 15 $8 1.91% $135 32.61% -$127 -3175.00%

Las comisiones cobradas presentan un importe similar en el ejercicio de 2015 con respecto al 2014 derivado a que el incremento en el volumen de créditos al consumo fue ofrecido con el primer año de seguro gratis, lo cual impacto en los ingresos por comisiones de seguros. En tanto las comisiones pagadas tuvieron un incremento al cuarto trimestre de 2015 de $135 millones respecto al 2014 lo cual representa un 32.61%, esto debido al incremento en la cartera de consumo.

Gastos de Administración La integración y análisis de los gastos de administración se muestran a continuación:

Conceptos

Periodos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15

Remuneraciones $220 Honorarios $215 Rentas $11 Gastos de Promoción $18 Impuestos y derechos diversos$38 Otros gastos $202 Depreciación $20 Gastos de administración $724

$250 $249 $14 $16 $12 $262 $15 $818

Variación Dic 14 / Dic 15 $30 13.64% $34 15.81% $3 27.27% -$2 -11.11% -$26 100.00% $60 29.70% -$5 -25.00% $94 12.98%

Los gastos de administración reflejan un incremento de 12.98% al cuarto trimestre de 2015 en relación con el cuarto trimestre de 2014, este aumento es atribuido principalmente a mayor cargo corporativo, incremento en remuneraciones y gastos de cobranza. Impuestos Causados y Diferidos La comparación y análisis de los impuestos causados se muestran en la siguiente tabla:

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PeriodoS 31-dic-14 31-dic-15 $171 $7 $178

$399 -$125 $274

Variación Dic 14 / Dic 15 $228 133.33% -$132 -1885.71% $96 53.93%

El impuesto a la utilidad causado se determina mediante la aplicación de la legislación fiscal vigente sobre los ingresos gravables y deducciones autorizadas del ejercicio. El impuesto anual determinado se presenta como un pasivo a corto plazo neto de los anticipos efectuados durante el año, o como un activo en el caso de que los anticipos sean superiores al impuesto anual determinado. El impuesto a la utilidad diferido se determina aplicando el método de activos y pasivos. Bajo este método, a todas las diferencias que surgen entre los valores contables y fiscales de los activos y pasivos, se les aplica la tasa del impuesto sobre la renta (ISR), vigente a la fecha de los estados financieros, o bien, aquellas tasas aprobadas a esa fecha y que estarán vigentes al momento en que se estima que los activos y pasivos por impuesto a la utilidad diferido se recuperarán o se liquidarán. La Compañía evalúa periódicamente la recuperabilidad de los activos por impuesto diferido, creando en su caso, una estimación sobre aquellos montos en los que no existe una alta probabilidad de recuperación. El impuesto causado y diferido es reconocido como un gasto en los resultados del ejercicio, excepto cuando haya surgido de una transacción o suceso que se reconoce fuera del resultado del ejercicio como otro resultado integral o una partida reconocida directamente en el capital contable.

B) SITUACION FINANCIERA, LIQUIDEZ Y RECURSOS DE CAPITAL (Cifras en millones de pesos) Los principales requerimientos de liquidez y recursos de capital de GM Financial de México son para el otorgamiento de créditos para la adquisición de vehículos y otros productos a la red de Concesionarios de General Motors México y a otros distribuidores de otras armadoras que tengan firmado un contrato de Plan Piso con GM Financial de México, así como a cualquier persona física o moral que desee adquirir un automóvil nuevo o usado. Las fuentes de liquidez de GM Financial de México, además de las inherentes al negocio, están conformadas por líneas de crédito revolventes con bancos con presencia en el territorio nacional, tanto mexicanos como extranjeros, a corto y largo plazo, Certificados Bursátiles de Corto Plazo y Monetización de una parte de la cartera de crédito bajo diferentes fideicomisos. a.De corto plazo Préstamos quirografarios con instituciones de banca múltiple, algunos de los cuales, pueden estar garantizados total e incondicionalmente por la Tenedora, los cuales devengan intereses a tasas de mercado basadas en la Tasa de Interés Interbancaria de Equilibrio (TIIE) a 28 o 91 días. $6,050 Emisiones de Certificados Bursátiles de Corto Plazo Intereses devengados por pagar

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7,531 Más porción circulante del pasivo a largo plazo

8,861 $16,392

b.De largo plazo

Préstamos no garantizados con instituciones de banca de desarrollo, los cuales devengan intereses a una tasa basada en la Tasa de Interés Interbancaria de Equilibrio (TIIE) a 28 días más 185 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, las tasas de interés promedio devengada fue del 5.19%. $2,500 Préstamo con colateral, garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más un promedio de 154 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo la tasa de interés promedio que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.90%. $2,500

Préstamo con colateral, garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más 90 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, la tasa que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.33% $7,515 Préstamo garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más 90 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, la tasa que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.26% $5,985 Pasivo a largo plazo $18,500 Menos - Porción circulante $8,861 TOTAL: $9,639 El valor contable de los préstamos bancarios de corto plazo a cargo de la Compañía se aproxima a su valor razonable, y no se tienen intenciones de pagarlos anticipadamente. En relación a algunos préstamos de largo plazo con colateral, la Compañía puede estar obligada a mantener saldos de efectivo en garantía de estas operaciones. Dicho efectivo genera intereses a favor de la Compañía a una tasa de interés de mercado. Al cierre del periodo, dicho efectivo restringido generó ingresos por $22 millones los cuales se incluyen en el rubro Otros ingresos de la operación. c.Los vencimientos de la porción a largo plazo de este pasivo al 31 de diciembre de 2015, son: 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 TOTAL

4,293 3,394 1,783 163 6 $9,639

Se han contratado instrumentos financieros derivados para cubrir los riesgos de tasa de interés de algunos de estos préstamos. Al cierre del periodo la Compañía mantiene una capacidad disponible, aun no dispuesta, tanto en sus líneas de crédito revolvente como para monetización de cartera, por un monto de $2,200.

ENDEUDAMIENTO Y PERFIL DE DEUDA CONTRATADA Los créditos contratados por GM Financial de México comprenden dos tipos de pasivos: a

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corto y a largo plazo. Los pasivos con un plazo de 1 a 360 días se clasifican como deuda a corto plazo, en tanto que los pasivos a largo plazo son aquellos que exceden este plazo. Para este análisis los pasivos a corto plazo a cada una de las fechas indicadas incluyen la parte circulante de la deuda a largo plazo

Conceptos Corto plazo Largo plazo Pasivos/Deuda

Periodos 31-dic-14 31-dic-15 $10,143 $7,670 $17,813

$16,392 $9,639 $26,031

Variación Dic 14 / Dic 15 $6,249 61.61% $1,969 25.67% $8,218 46.13%

TESORERÍA El efectivo con que cuenta GM Financial de México es invertido en el mercado financiero en instrumentos de deuda de mínimo riesgo y plazos dentro de lo establecido en sus políticas y de acuerdo a sus requerimientos de líquidez. A continuación se enlistan las principales políticas del departamento de Tesorería GM Financial de México: El fondeo diario, así como todas las actividades del departamento de Tesorería, son supervisados constantemente por la Tesorería de Operaciones Internacionales (IO) en Charlotte, North Carolina y Detroit, Michigan en los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica. En conjunto, la Compañía y GMF IO, establecen límites de endeudamiento generales, con cada uno de los acreedores con quienes puede tener firmado un contrato y/o título de crédito, de acuerdo a la relación comercial que se mantiene con cada uno de ellos en México de igual forma como establecen en cualquier otro país en los que General Motors Financial Company Inc. opera. Todas las líneas, inversiones y productos financieros contratados por la Compañía son aprobadas en conjunto. Con la finalidad de fortalecer la liquidez de la compañía, se mantiene una reserva de efectivo, misma que se invierte exclusivamente a la vista con instituciones con las que se mantiene un contrato de inversión. La Compañía y GMF IO, realizan periódicamente un análisis del plazo de los pasivos, con la finalidad de evitar un descalce con los activos. De igual forma se ha establecido un marco de diversas métricas de liquidez con la finalidad de monitorear de forma constante que el desempeño de indicadores como concentración de pasivos, diversificación de fuentes de fondeo y líquidez, entre otros, se mantenga siempre en los niveles óptimos.

CRÉDITOS Y ADEUDOS FISCALES, INVERSIONES EN CAPITAL, INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO DE PRODUCTOS GM Financial de México (i) no presenta créditos o adeudos fiscales pendientes de liquidar, (ii) tampoco mantiene inversiones relevantes en capital, y (iii) no ha realizado inversiones en proyectos de investigación y desarrollo de productos.

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C) DESCRIPCIÓN DEL SISTEMA DE CONTROL INTERNO Las políticas de General Motors Financial Company Inc. y los controles internos de cada departamento están diseñados para asegurar el cumplimiento de las regulaciones aplicables en cada país en donde opera. GM Financial de México cuenta con un departamento de control interno, el cual tiene a su cargo vigilar, a través de pruebas aleatorias, un buen funcionamiento en cuestión de procesos operativos y elaboración de Estados Financieros con el fin de obtener una certeza razonable en cuanto al ambiente de control que prevalece en la misma. Por otro lado, GM Financial de México cuenta con los procedimientos y manuales que describen la autoridad, responsabilidad, así como métodos para supervisar y dar cumplimiento a las políticas y procedimientos, incluyendo la función de auditoría interna. Adicionalmente, GMF cuenta con el soporte de auditores externos y auditores internos corporativos de GMF a nivel internacional, que validan una seguridad razonable a los controles internos de la compañía. También, el departamento de Auditoría Interna, anualmente, realiza pruebas a los controles S-Ox de la compañía.

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GM FINANCIAL DE MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V. SOCIEDAD FINANCIERA DE OBJETO MULTIPLE, E.R. Avenida Eugenio Garza Laguera 933 Valle Oriente, San Pedro Garza García N.L. 66269 NOTAS A LOS ESTADOS FINANCIEROS AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015 (Cifras en miles de pesos) 1.- CARTERA DE CREDITO La cartera de crédito está representada por créditos comerciales y de consumo en moneda nacional. El monto de la cartera de crédito al 31 de diciembre de 2015, asciende a $35,706,829 el cual se integra de la siguiente forma: Cartera de consumo vigente sin restricción Cartera de consumo vigente restringida Total cartera de consumo vigente

$6,481,186 13,639,150 $ 20,120,336

Cartera comercial vigente sin restricción Cartera comercial vigente restringida Total cartera comercial vigente

$7,436,717 7,833,842 $15,270,559

Total cartera vigente:

$35,390,895

Cartera de consumo vencida sin restricción Cartera de consumo vencida restringida Total cartera de consumo vencida

$ 229,987 37,770 $ 267,757

Cartera comercial vencida sin restricción Cartera comercial vencida restringida Total cartera comercial vencida

$ 40,275 7,902 $ 48,177

Total cartera vencida:

$315,934

La cartera de crédito vencida se integra de créditos de consumo y comerciales en moneda nacional con pagos periódicos parciales de principal e intereses que presentan 90 o más días vencidos. De acuerdo a su antigüedad, los saldos de cartera vencida de integran como sigue: 90 a 180 días Mayor a 180 días Cartera de consumo vencida

$ 144,669 123,088 $267,757

90 a 180 días Mayor a 180 días Cartera comercial vencida

$ 25,674 22,503 $ 48,177

Total cartera vencida

$315,934

Derivado de las operaciones de financiamiento de la compañía a las que se refiere la nota 8 b) , existen activos restringidos dentro del rubro de cartera de crédito por un monto que asciende a: $21,518,664.

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Los intereses generados por tipo de crédito al cierre de diciembre 2015, se integran como sigue: Cartera de crédito comercial Cartera de crédito al consumo TOTAL

$ 787,318 2,360,419 $3,147,737

Las comisiones reconocidas como ingresos al cierre de noviembre de 2015 al consumo ascienden a $425,795.

por créditos

2.- PORCENTAJE DE CONCENTRACIÓN Y PRINCIPALES CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA CARTERA POR REGIÓN La concentración de la cartera por región al cierre del periodo se muestra a continuación: Región Saldo Porcentaje DF y Area Metropolitana Noreste Occidente Centro Sur Oriente Noroeste Sureste total

10,765,013 30.15% 6,843,949 19.17% 3,846,839 10.77% 3,824,224 10.71% 3,262,253 9.14% 3,170,391 8.88% 2,237,353 6.26% 1,756,807 4.92% 35,706,829 100.00%

3.- ESTIMACIÓN DE RESERVA PREVENTIVA A continuación se establece la metodología para determinar esta estimación: Reserva de cartera consumo – La reserva de la cartera de consumo se determina con base en los artículos 90 y 91 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB). Las reservas de la cartera de consumo no revolvente, se determinan evaluando la probabilidad de incumplimiento, la severidad de la pérdida y la exposición al incumplimiento, crédito por crédito, considerando los datos históricos de dicha cartera. Reserva de cartera comercial – La reserva de la cartera comercial se determina con base al artículo 110 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB). Hasta 2013, para calificar la cartera comercial y reconocer la reserva respectiva, se utilizaba la metodología establecida en las Disposiciones, que consideraba la situación financiera, el entorno económico, la fuente e historial de pago, la calidad de la información y las garantías. Dicha calificación se realizaba individualmente excepto por los créditos a cargo de un mismo deudor cuyo saldo era menor a un importe equivalente a 4, 000,000 de UDIS, los cuales eran evaluados de forma paramétrica atendiendo a los meses transcurridos a partir del primer incumplimiento y asignando porcentajes de reserva diferentes según se tratara de cartera reestructurada o no reestructurada. El 24 de junio de 2013, la Comisión emitió cambios a las Disposiciones en materia de calificación de cartera crediticia comercial aplicables al ejercicio 2014, adicionando los anexos 21 y 22 al artículo 110 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB), los cuales señalan que para la determinación de la calificación de cartera, se debe de considerar la probabilidad de incumplimiento, severidad de la pérdida y exposición al incumplimiento. Así mismo la probabilidad de incumplimiento se determina mediante la evaluación del puntaje crediticio total para créditos a cargo de Personas Morales y Personas Físicas con Actividad Empresarial, haciendo la separación de aquellos con ingresos netos o ventas netas anuales menores al equivalente en moneda nacional a 14 millones de Unidades de Inversión (UDIS) de conformidad con los anexos mencionados.

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En función del porcentaje requerido de estimación preventiva para la cartera, se determina el grado de riesgo asignado, como se muestra a continuación: Grados de riesgo Cartera de consumo Cartera Comercial A-1 A-2 B-1 B-2 B-3 C-1 C-2 D E

0 a 2.0 2.01 a 3.0 3.01 a 4.0 4.01 a 5.0 5.01 a 6.0 6.01 a 8.0 8.01 a 15.0 15.01 a 35.0 35.01 a 100.0

0 0.901 1.501 2.001 2.501 5.001 10.001 15.501 Mayor

a a a a a a a a a

0.9 1.5 2.0 2.50 5.0 10.0 15.5 45.0 45.0

Los intereses devengados no cobrados, considerados como cartera vencida, se reservan en su totalidad al momento del traspaso a dicha cartera. Los créditos calificados como irrecuperables se cancelan contra la estimación preventiva cuando se determina la imposibilidad práctica de recuperación. Adicionalmente, por los créditos comerciales que se encuentren en cartera vencida y reservados en su totalidad, la Administración evalúa periódicamente si éstos deben ser aplicados contra la estimación preventiva. Cualquier recuperación derivada de los créditos previamente castigados, se reconoce en los resultados del ejercicio. A continuación se muestran los resultados de la calificación de la cartera crediticia al cierre del periodo:

RESERVAS PREVENTIVAS NECESARIAS IMPORTE CARTERA CARTERA CARTERA HIPOTECARIA TOTAL RESERVAS CARTERA COMERCIAL DE CONSUMO DE VIVIENDA PREVENTIVAS cREDITICA EXCEPTUADA CALIFICADA$ 0 Riesgo A 33,907,883 $150,767 Riesgo B 928,340 3,978 Riesgo C 197,641 Riesgo D 347,100 50,645 Riesgo E 325,866

$206,773 29,111 18,357 41,255 213,240

$0 0 0 0

$357,540 33,089 18,357 91,900 213,240

TOTAL

$508,736

$-

$714,126

$35,706,830 $205,390

Menos: RESERVAS CONSTITUIDAS EXCESO

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Las cifras para la calificación y constitución de las reservas preventivas, son las correspondientes al día último del mes a que se refiere el balance general al 31 de diciembre de 2015. La Compañía utiliza para la calificación de la cartera crediticia la metodología establecida por la CNBV. 4.- ARRENDAMIENTO OPERATIVO A partir de Mayo de 2014 la Compañía inicio con el programa de arrendamiento operativo para el canal de lujo de GM. Al cierre del periodo el importe de ingresos por este concepto asciende a $30,107. 5.- DISPONIBILIDADES El rubro de disponibilidades al cierre del periodo se integra como se muestra a continuación:

Tipo de Disponibilidad Depósitos en Entidades Financieras Otras disponibilidades Total

$ $

1,721,624 1,308,167 3,029,791

6.- OPERACIONES CON VALORES Y DERIVADAS Al cierre del periodo la Compañía tenía celebrados contratos de derivados para hacer frente a las fluctuaciones en las tasas de interés relacionadas con algunos de los instrumentos de deuda. Las operaciones celebradas con fines de cobertura tienen vencimientos entre el 2015 y el 2021. Las operaciones celebradas por la Compañía con instrumentos financieros derivados corresponden principalmente a contratos de Swaps y Opciones de tasa de interés, ambos tienen como subyacente la tasa TIIE a 28 días. La Compañía reconoce contablemente estas operaciones en instrumentos financieros derivados como de negociación. Al 31 de diciembre de 2015 el saldo en instrumentos financieros derivados en su parte activa es de $9,839 y en su parte pasiva es de $4,469 y se integran como se muestra a continuación:

Monto nominal Posición activaPosición Pasiva 8,475,864 6,976 0 5,985,109 2,863 4,470 14,460,973 9,839 4,470

Opciones de tasa Swaps de tasas Total negociación

De acuerdo a lo anterior, el resultado por valuación de instrumentos de cobertura de flujos de efectivo dentro del rubro de resultado por intermediación asciende a un ingreso de $758. Estos instrumentos financieros derivados son supervisados desde su contratación, y analizados por el área destinada al seguimiento y comparación de los valores razonables. El área de Reporteo Financiero y Derivados con base en los Estados Unidos de Norte América, funge como la parte responsable de la integridad de la información, valuación de precios a través de un proveedor Internacional, así como de realizar las verificaciones de las valuaciones de dichos precios. Periódicamente, se informa al consejo de administración respecto de la realización de las operaciones con instrumentos financieros derivados, lo cual consta en los estados financieros que se aprueban en las Sesiones de Consejo.

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7.-BIENES ADJUDICADOS El proceso de adjudicación de vehículos a favor de GM Financial de México sucede dentro de un proceso de cobranza judicial seguido ante una autoridad competente. El proceso de valoración del bien sujeto a adjudicarse se lleva a cabo por un perito que se encuentra certificado y adscrito al juzgado donde se está llevando a cabo el juicio. Para definir el valor del vehículo, el perito puede tomar en cuenta las siguientes consideraciones, el valor comparado con bienes similares nuevos que se encuentren en el mercado y/o cotizar los valores de reposición nuevos que existen en el mercado sobre bienes similares. Al cierre del ejercicio el saldo de los bienes adjudicados asciende a $99. 8.-PASIVOS BURSATILES La Compañía cuenta con un programa de certificados bursátiles de corto plazo el cual fue autorizado por la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) el 05 de noviembre de 2014 hasta por un monto total de $6,000,000. El programa tiene vigencia de dos años a partir de la fecha de autorización. El rubro de pasivos bursátiles se integra por emisiones de certificados bursátiles, al amparo de programas autorizados por la CNBV. Al 31 de diciembre de 2015, el saldo de certificados bursátiles de corto plazo en circulación asciende a $1,400,000 los cuales devengan intereses a tasas de mercado basadas en la Tasa de Interés Interbancaria de Equilibrio (TIIE) a 28 días. Al cierre del periodo, el interés devengado fue de $3,429 y las tasa de interés del 3.50%. El valor de los certificados bursátiles de corto plazo se aproxima a su valor razonable debido a la naturaleza de su vencimiento. 9.- PRESTAMOS BANCARIOS a.De corto plazo

Y DE OTROS ORGANISMOS

Préstamos quirografarios con instituciones de banca múltiple, algunos de los cuales pueden estar garantizados total e incondicionalmente por la Tenedora, los cuales devengan intereses a tasas de mercado basadas en la Tasa de Interés Interbancaria de Equilibrio (TIIE) a 28 o 91 días. $6,050,000 Intereses devengados por pagar $77,219 TOTAL $6,127,219 Más porción circulante del pasivo a largo plazo $8,861,034 TOTAL $14,988,253 b.De largo plazo

Préstamos no garantizados con instituciones de banca de desarrollo, los cuales devengan intereses a una tasa basada en la Tasa de Interés Interbancaria de Equilibrio (TIIE) a 28 días más 185 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, las tasas de interés devengada fue del 5.19%. $2,500,000 Préstamo con colateral, garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más 154 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo la tasa que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.90%. $2,500,000

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Préstamo con colateral, garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más 90 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, la tasa que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.33% $7,514,529 Préstamo garantizado con activos crediticios, el cual devenga intereses a una tasa basada en la TIIE a 28 días más 90 puntos base. Al cierre del periodo, la tasa que devengó este préstamo fue del 4.26% $5,985,110 Pasivo a largo plazo $18,499,639 Menos porción circulante del pasivo a largo plazo $8,861,034 TOTAL $9,638,605 El valor contable de los préstamos bancarios de corto plazo a cargo de la Compañía se aproxima a su valor razonable, y no se tienen intenciones de pagarlos anticipadamente. La Compañía está obligada a mantener saldos de efectivo en garantía de los préstamos garantizados con activos crediticios. Dicho efectivo genera intereses a favor de la Compañía a una tasa de interés de mercado. Al cierre del periodo, dicho efectivo restringido generó ingresos por $27,633 los cuales se incluyen en el rubro otros ingresos de la operación. c.Los vencimientos de la porción a largo plazo de este pasivo al 2015, son: 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

31 de diciembre de

4,293,120 3,394,565 1,783,571 161,739 5,610 $9,638,605

Se han contratado instrumentos financieros derivados para cubrir los riesgos de tasa de interés de algunos de estos préstamos. Al cierre del periodo, la Compañía mantiene una capacidad disponible, aún no dispuesta, tanto en sus líneas de crédito revolventes como para monetización de cartera, por un monto de $2,200,360. 10.- OPERACIONES DE BURSATILIZACIÓN Con el propósito de diversificar sus fuentes de financiamiento, la compañía ha celebrado en forma privada estructuras financieras mediante las cuales ha monetizado parte de su cartera de crédito de consumo y comercial a favor de instituciones de crédito con presencia en la República Mexicana y en el Extranjero las cuales son sin baja de activos financieros. Dichas transacciones se han realizado desde el 14 de octubre de 2005. El saldo de principal vigente al cierre del ejercicio de las estructuras financieras asciende a $15,999,640 y los intereses por pagar derivados de dichos prestamos ascienden a $53,796 en un vencimiento mensual. La tasa de interés promedio que aplicaron en el período fue de 4.36%.

11.- SALDOS CON PARTES RELACIONADAS Los saldos con partes relacionadas al 30 de noviembre, se integran como sigue:

Cuentas por cobrar:

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General Motors de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. ComisioneS $229,441 Cuentas por pagar: General Motors de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. Inventario en transito $5,040,337 General Motors Financial Company Inc.GTS. por servicios admTIVOS.$4,246 Servicios GMAC, S.A. de C.V.Préstamo Intercompañia $100,194 TOTAL CUENTAS POR PAGAR: $5,144,777 La compañía cuenta con una línea de crédito comprometida con General Motors Financial Company Inc., que asciende a $10,000,000. 12.- CAPITAL CONTABLE En asamblea general de accionistas con fecha de 25 de junio de 2015 se acordó pagar un dividendo en efectivo por $600,000 pesos por cada una de las 1,000 acciones en circulación representativas del capital social de la compañía, con cargo al resultado de ejercicios anteriores.

13.- IMPUESTOS A LA UTILIDAD El impuesto a la utilidad causado se determina mediante la aplicación de la legislación fiscal vigente sobre los ingresos gravables y deducciones autorizadas del ejercicio. El impuesto anual determinado se presenta como un pasivo a corto plazo neto de los anticipos efectuados durante el año, o como un activo en el caso de que los anticipos sean superiores al impuesto anual determinado. El impuesto a la utilidad diferido se determina aplicando el método de activos y pasivos. Bajo este método, a todas las diferencias que surgen entre los valores contables y fiscales de los activos y pasivos, se les aplica la tasa del impuesto sobre la renta (ISR), vigente a la fecha de los estados financieros, o bien, aquellas tasas aprobadas a esa fecha y que estarán vigentes al momento en que se estima que los activos y pasivos por impuesto a la utilidad diferido se recuperarán o se liquidarán. La Compañía evalúa periódicamente la recuperabilidad de los activos por impuesto diferido, creando en su caso, una estimación sobre aquellos montos en los que no existe una alta probabilidad de recuperación. El impuesto causado y diferido es reconocido como un gasto en los resultados del ejercicio, excepto cuando haya surgido de una transacción o suceso que se reconoce fuera del resultado del ejercicio como otro resultado integral o una partida reconocida directamente en el capital contable.

14.-INDICADORES FINANCIEROS A continuación se enlistan los principales indicadores financieros al cierre del periodo: Índice de Morosidad: 0.88% Índice de Cobertura de Cartera de Crédito Vencida: 226.04% Eficiencia Operativa: 2.18% Retorno sobre Capital: 12.72% Retorno sobre Activos: 2.30%

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Liquidez: Activos líquidos / Pasivos líquidos: 18.48% MIN: Margen financiero del trimestre ajustado por riesgos crediticios anualizado / Activos productivos promedio: 5.76%

15.- PRINCIPALES POLITICAS CONTABLES Las políticas contables que sigue la Compañía están de acuerdo con los criterios contables establecidos por la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) en las “Disposiciones de Carácter General Aplicables a las Sociedades Financieras de Objeto Múltiple, Entidades Reguladas” (las “Disposiciones”) y se consideran un marco de información financiera con fines generales, los cuales requieren que la Administración efectúe ciertas estimaciones y utilice ciertos supuestos para determinar la valuación de algunas de las partidas incluidas en los estados financieros y efectuar las revelaciones que se requieran en los mismos. Aún cuando pueden llegar a diferir de su efecto final, la Administración considera que las estimaciones y supuestos utilizados fueron los adecuados en las circunstancias. De acuerdo con el criterio contable A-1 de la CNBV, la contabilidad de las Sofomes se ajustará a las normas de información financiera aplicables en México (NIF), definidas por el Consejo Mexicano de Normas de Información Financiera, A.C. (CINIF), excepto cuando a juicio de la Comisión sea necesario aplicar una normatividad o un criterio contable específico, tomando en consideración que las SOFOMES realizan operaciones especializadas. A continuación se describen las principales prácticas contables seguidas por la Compañía: Las políticas contables que sigue la Entidad están de acuerdo con los criterios contables establecidos por la Comisión, los cuales se incluyen en las “Disposiciones de Carácter General Aplicables a los Almacenes Generales de Depósito, Casas de Cambio, Uniones de Crédito, Sociedades Financieras de Objeto Múltiple Reguladas” (las “Disposiciones”), las cuales requieren que la Administración efectúe ciertas estimaciones y utilice ciertos supuestos para determinar la valuación de algunas de las partidas incluidas en los estados financieros y efectuar las revelaciones que se requieran en los mismos. Aun cuando pueden llegar a diferir de su efecto final, la Administración considera que las estimaciones y supuestos utilizados fueron los adecuados en las circunstancias actuales. A continuación se describen las principales políticas contables seguidas por la Entidad: a.Cambios contables – Mejoras a las NIF 2015 – Se emitieron las siguientes mejoras que provocaron cambios contables: NIF B-8, Estados financieros o combinados - Aclara los elementos a evaluar para identificar a una entidad de inversión, e indica que considerando que, por su actividad primaria, difícilmente se llega a ejercer control sobre las entidades en las que participa, debe llevarse a cabo el análisis, para concluir si existe o no control sobre ellas. Asimismo, se adoptaron las siguientes normas que no generan cambios contables: NIF B-13, Hechos posteriores a la fecha de los estados financieros y Boletín C-9, Pasivos, provisiones, activos y pasivos contingentes y compromisos - La NIF B-13 menciona en un pie de página las revelaciones en los estados financieros de una entidad, cuando éstos no se preparan sobre la base de negocio en marcha, requeridas por la NIF A-7, Presentación y revelación. Dicho requerimiento fue incluido como parte del texto normativo en la sección de normas de revelación de la NIF B-13, y como parte del Boletín C-9 para revelar las contingencias que se generan al no estar una entidad operando sobre la base del negocio en marcha. Consecuentemente, se deroga la Circular 57, Revelación suficiente derivada de la Ley de Concursos Mercantiles.

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Al 31 de diciembre de 2015, la Entidad no tuvo efectos de estas nuevas normas en su información financiera. b.Reconocimiento de los efectos de la inflación - La inflación acumulada de los tres ejercicios anuales anteriores al 31 de diciembre de 2015 y 2014, es 11.68% y 11.80%, respectivamente; por lo tanto, el entorno económico califica como no inflacionario en ambos ejercicios y, consecuentemente, no se reconocen los efectos de la inflación en los estados financieros adjuntos. Los porcentajes de inflación por los años que terminaron el 31 de diciembre de 2015 y 2014 fueron 2.13% y 4.08%, respectivamente. c.Disponibilidades - Este rubro se integra principalmente por depósitos en compañías financieras efectuados en el país, representados por efectivo e inversiones en valores a corto plazo, de gran liquidez, fácilmente convertibles en efectivo. Se valúan a valor nominal y en el caso de moneda extranjera se valúa a su valor razonable con base en el tipo de cambio emitido por Banco de México al cierre del ejercicio. La cobranza procedente de la cartera cedida en garantía, se reconoce como una disponibilidad restringida. Los rendimientos que generan los depósitos se reconocen en los resultados del ejercicio conforme se devengan. d.Instrumentos financieros derivados - La Entidad obtiene financiamientos bajo diferentes condiciones; cuando estos son a tasa variable, con la finalidad de reducir su exposición a riesgos de volatilidad en tasas de interés, pueden ser contratados algunos instrumentos financieros derivados tales como Swaps que convierten su perfil de pago de intereses de tasa variable a tasa fija, así como opciones Caps de tasa de interés. La negociación con instrumentos derivados se realiza sólo con instituciones de reconocida solvencia y se han establecido límites de contraparte para cada institución. La política de la Entidad es la de no realizar operaciones con instrumentos financieros derivados con propósitos de especulación. La Entidad reconoce todos los activos o pasivos que surgen de las operaciones con instrumentos financieros derivados en el balance general a valor razonable, independientemente del propósito de su tenencia. La Entidad decidió dar el tratamiento contable de negociación a sus instrumentos financieros derivados, por lo que las ganancias o pérdidas resultantes de la valuación a valor razonable son reconocidas inmediatamente en los resultados del período. El valor razonable se determina con base en precios de mercados reconocidos o provistos por contrapartes y determinados con base en técnicas de valuación aceptadas en el ámbito financiero. e.Cartera de crédito - Representa el saldo de los montos efectivamente entregados a los acreditados más los intereses devengados no cobrados. La estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios se presenta deduciendo de los saldos de cartera. El saldo insoluto de los créditos se registra como cartera vencida cuando cumpla con las siguientes características: 1.Créditos con pago único de principal e intereses al vencimiento presenten 30 o más días naturales de vencidos; 2.Créditos con pagos periódicos parciales de principal e intereses presentan 90 o más días naturales de vencidos; 3.Cuando se tiene evidencia de que el cliente ha sido declarado en concurso mercantil. Los intereses se reconocen como ingresos en el momento en que se devengan. La acumulación de intereses se suspende al momento en que el crédito se traspasa a cartera vencida, y a partir de ese momento se controlan en cuentas de orden. Los intereses ordinarios devengados durante el periodo en que el crédito se consideró cartera vencida se reconocen como ingresos en el momento en que se cobran. La Entidad aplica anualmente contra la estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios los créditos que considera incobrables de la cartera vencida y con antigüedad mayor a un año. La cartera que ha sido otorgada como garantía de los préstamos obtenidos por la Entidad, es designada como cartera restringida. La cartera bursátil está siendo administrada por la Entidad debido a que corresponde a cartera cedida con recurso.

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f.Estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios - Se mantiene una estimación para riesgos crediticios, la cual a juicio de la Administración, es suficiente para cubrir cualquier pérdida que pudiera surgir tanto de los préstamos incluidos en su cartera de créditos, como de otros riesgos crediticios. A continuación se establece la metodología para determinar esta estimación. Reserva de cartera consumo – Las reservas de la cartera de consumo no revolvente, se determinan evaluando la probabilidad de incumplimiento, la severidad de la pérdida y la exposición al incumplimiento, crédito por crédito, considerando los datos históricos de dicha cartera. Reserva de cartera comercial – La reserva de la cartera comercial se determina con base al artículo 110 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB). Hasta 2013, para calificar la cartera comercial y reconocer la reserva respectiva, se utilizaba la metodología establecida en las Disposiciones, que consideraba la situación financiera, el entorno económico, la fuente e historial de pago, la calidad de la información y las garantías. Dicha calificación se realizaba individualmente excepto por los créditos a cargo de un mismo deudor cuyo saldo era menor a un importe equivalente a 4 millones de Unidades de Inversión (UDIS), los cuales eran evaluados de forma paramétrica atendiendo a los meses transcurridos a partir del primer incumplimiento y asignando porcentajes de reserva diferentes según se tratara de cartera reestructurada o no reestructurada. El 24 de junio de 2013, la Comisión emitió cambios a las Disposiciones en materia de calificación de cartera crediticia comercial aplicables al ejercicio 2013, adicionando los anexos 21 y 22 al artículo 110 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB), los cuales señalan que para la determinación de la calificación de cartera, se debe de considerar la probabilidad de incumplimiento, severidad de la pérdida y exposición al incumplimiento, considerando lo señalado más adelante en esta sección. Las reservas de la cartera comercial se determinan mediante la evaluación del puntaje crediticio total para créditos a cargo de Personas Morales y Personas Físicas con Actividad Empresarial, haciendo la separación de aquellos con ingresos netos o ventas netas anuales menores al equivalente en moneda nacional a 14 millones de UDIS de conformidad con los anexos mencionados. El porcentaje requerido de estimación preventiva para la cartera, se determina en función del grado de riesgo asignado, como se muestra a continuación: Grados de riesgoCartera de consumoCartera comercial

A-10 a 2.00 a 0.9 A-22.01 a 3.00.901 a 1.5 B-13.01 a 4.01.501 a 2.0 B-24.01 a 5.02.001 a 2.50 B-35.01 a 6.02.501 a 5.0 C-16.01 a 8.05.001 a 10.0 C-28.01 a 15.010.001 a 15.5 D15.01 a 35.015.501 a 45.0 E35.01 a 100.0Mayor a 45.0 Los intereses devengados no cobrados, considerados como cartera vencida, se reservan en su totalidad al momento del traspaso a dicha cartera. Los créditos calificados como irrecuperables se cancelan contra la estimación preventiva cuando se determina la imposibilidad práctica de recuperación. Adicionalmente, por los créditos comerciales que se encuentren en cartera vencida y reservados en su totalidad, la Administración evalúa periódicamente si éstos deben ser aplicados contra la estimación preventiva. Cualquier recuperación derivada de los créditos previamente castigados, se reconoce en los resultados del ejercicio. Durante 2015 y 2014 se constituyeron reservas por $481,891 y $326,466, respectivamente,

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mismas que fueron registradas en el rubro de estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios en el estado de resultados. Descripción General de las Metodologías Regulatorias establecidas por la Comisión - Las metodologías regulatorias para calificar la cartera de consumo y la cartera comercial establecen que la reserva de dichas carteras se determina con en base en la estimación de la pérdida esperada regulatoria de los créditos para los siguientes doce meses. Dichas metodologías estipulan que en la estimación de dicha pérdida esperada se evalúan la probabilidad de incumplimiento, la severidad de la pérdida y la exposición al incumplimiento, y que el resultado de la multiplicación de estos tres factores es la estimación de la pérdida esperada que es igual al monto de reservas que se requieren constituir para enfrentar el riesgo de crédito. Dependiendo del tipo de cartera, la probabilidad de incumplimiento, la severidad de la pérdida y la exposición al incumplimiento en las metodologías regulatorias se determinan considerando lo siguiente: – Probabilidad de Incumplimiento: Consumo no revolvente - toma en cuenta la morosidad actual, los pagos que se realizan respecto al saldo de los últimos exigibles, las veces que se paga el valor original del bien, el tipo de crédito, el plazo remanente, entre otros. Comercial - considerando según el tipo de acreditado, los factores de experiencia de pago, experiencia de pago INFONAVIT, evaluación de las agencias calificadoras, riesgo financiero, riesgo socio-económico, fortaleza financiera, riesgo país y de la industria, posicionamiento del mercado, transparencia y estándares y gobierno corporativo y competencia de la administración. – Severidad de la Pérdida: Consumo no revolvente - de acuerdo con el número de pagos incumplidos. Comercial - considerando garantías reales financieras y no financieras y garantías personales. – Exposición al Incumplimiento: Consumo no revolvente - considera el saldo del crédito a la fecha de la calificación. Comercial - para créditos revocables se considera el saldo del crédito a la fecha de la calificación. Para créditos irrevocables se toma en cuenta el nivel actual de utilización de la línea para estimar en cuanto aumentaría el uso de dicha línea en caso de incumplimiento. g.Concentración de riesgo crediticio - Los instrumentos financieros que potencialmente exponen al riesgo de crédito a la Entidad, consisten en cuentas por cobrar a clientes. Para reducir el riesgo de crédito, la Entidad realiza evaluaciones en forma periódica respecto a la situación financiera de sus clientes y les requiere garantías específicas. La Entidad considera que su concentración de riesgos de crédito es mínima dado el gran número de clientes y su dispersión geográfica. Adicionalmente, la Entidad considera que su riesgo de crédito potencial está adecuadamente cubierto con la estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios que ha constituido para tal fin. h.Mobiliario y equipo, neto - Las adiciones de mobiliario y equipo, así como los gastos de instalación, se registran a su costo de adquisición. Los saldos que provienen de adquisiciones realizadas entre el 1 de enero de 1997 y hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2007 se actualizaron aplicando factores derivados del INPC hasta esa fecha. La depreciación se calcula conforme al método de línea recta con base en la vida útil remanente de los activos, como sigue: % Equipo de transporte33.33 Equipo de oficina20.00 Equipo de cómputo33.33 Mejoras a locales arrendados20.00 Automóviles otorgados en arrendamiento operativo20.00 i.Intereses y comisiones cobradas y pagadas - Los ingresos y gastos financieros provenientes de las inversiones, créditos recibidos y comisiones, se reconocen en

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resultados conforme se devengan, incluyendo los derivados de contratos de menudeo con mensualidades vencidas, tal como lo indica el inciso e) de esta nota. Los intereses moratorios se registran en resultados hasta el momento en que se cobran. Las comisiones cobradas por el otorgamiento inicial de créditos se registran como un crédito diferido, el cual se reconoce conforme se devenga en los resultados del ejercicio como un ingreso por intereses, durante la vida del crédito. Las comisiones pagadas por la colocación de contratos de menudeo se registran dentro del rubro de Pagos anticipados y otros, y se amortizan en resultados conforme se devengan, en el rubro de Comisiones pagadas. j.Transacciones en moneda extranjera - Las operaciones en moneda extranjera se registran al tipo de cambio vigente en la fecha de la operación. Los activos y pasivos en moneda extranjera se valúan en moneda nacional al tipo de cambio vigente a la fecha de los estados financieros, las fluctuaciones cambiarias se registran en los resultados. k.Bienes adjudicados – El rubro de bienes adjudicados o recibidos mediante dación en pago corresponde a vehículos sujetos del crédito que se reconocen a su costo o valor razonable deducido de los costos y gastos estrictamente indispensables que se eroguen en su adjudicación, el que sea menor. El monto de bienes adjudicados en 2015 ascendió a $100, por lo que otras revelaciones requeridas se consideran poco importantes. l.Provisiones - Se reconocen cuando se tiene una obligación presente como resultado de un evento pasado, que probablemente resulte en la salida de recursos económicos y que pueda ser estimada razonablemente. m.Impuestos a la utilidad - El impuesto sobre la renta (ISR) se registra en los resultados del año en que se causan. El impuesto diferido se reconoce aplicando la tasa correspondiente a las diferencias temporales que resultan de la comparación de los valores contables y fiscales de los activos y pasivos, y en su caso, se incluyen los beneficios de las pérdidas fiscales por amortizar y de algunos créditos fiscales. El impuesto diferido activo se registra sólo cuando existe alta probabilidad de que pueda recuperarse. n.Ingresos por intereses – Los ingresos por intereses se reconocen cuando es probable que los beneficios económicos fluyan hacia la entidad y el importe de los ingresos pueda ser valuado confiablemente, Los ingresos por intereses se registran sobre una base periódica, con referencia al saldo insoluto y a la tasa de interés efectiva aplicable, la cual es la tasa que exactamente descuenta los flujos de efectivo estimados a recibir a lo largo de la vida esperada del activo financiero y lo iguala con el importe neto en libros del activo financiero en su reconocimiento inicial. o.Cuentas de orden - Representan los intereses devengados no cobrados de la cartera vencida, en tanto los créditos relativos se mantengan en dicha cartera. así como el monto de las líneas de crédito autorizadas por la Entidad y no utilizados por los clientes. En las cuentas de orden se registran activos o compromisos que no forman parte del balance general de la Entidad ya que no se adquieren los derechos de los mismos o dichos compromisos no se reconocen como pasivo de la Entidad en tanto dichas eventualidades no se materialicen, respectivamente. Los importes acumulados en las cuentas de orden solo han sido sujetos a pruebas de auditoría cuando de su información se deriva un registro contable. p.Ingresos por intereses - Los ingresos por intereses se reconocen cuando es probable que los beneficios económicos fluyan hacia la Entidad y el importe de los ingresos pueda ser valuado confiablemente. Los ingresos por intereses se registran sobre una base periódica, con referencia al saldo insoluto y a la tasa de interés efectiva aplicable, la cual es la tasa que exactamente descuenta los flujos de efectivo estimados a recibir a lo largo de la vida esperada del activo financiero y lo iguala con el importe neto en libros del activo financiero en su reconocimiento inicial.

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OPERACIONES CON VALORES Y DERIVADAS Al cierre del periodo la Compañía tenía celebrados contratos de derivados para hacer frente a las fluctuaciones en las tasas de interés relacionadas con algunos de los instrumentos de deuda. Las operaciones celebradas con fines de cobertura tienen vencimientos entre el 2015 y el 2021. Las operaciones celebradas por la Compañía con instrumentos financieros derivados corresponden principalmente a contratos de Swaps y Opciones de tasa de interés, ambos tienen como subyacente la tasa TIIE a 28 días. La Compañía reconoce contablemente estas operaciones en instrumentos financieros derivados como de negociación. Al 31 de diciembre de 2015 el saldo en instrumentos financieros derivados en su parte activa es de $9,839 y en su parte pasiva es de $4,469 y se integran como se muestra a continuación:

Opciones de tasA Swaps de tasas Total negociación

Monto nominal 8,475,864 5,985,109 14,460,973

Posición activa 6,976 2,863 9,839

Posición Pasiva 4,470 4,470

De acuerdo a lo anterior, el resultado por valuación de instrumentos de cobertura de flujos de efectivo dentro del rubro de resultado por intermediación asciende a un ingreso de $758. Estos instrumentos financieros derivados son supervisados desde su contratación, y analizados por el área destinada al seguimiento y comparación de los valores razonables. El área de Reporteo Financiero y Derivados con base en los Estados Unidos de Norte América, funge como la parte responsable de la integridad de la información, valuación de precios a través de un proveedor Internacional, así como de realizar las verificaciones de las valuaciones de dichos precios. Periódicamente, se informa al consejo de administración respecto de la realización de las operaciones con instrumentos financieros derivados, lo cual consta en los estados financieros que se aprueban en las Sesiones de Consejo.

REPORT OF INDEPENDENT REGISTERED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM To the Board of Directors and Shareholder of General Motors Financial Company, Inc.: We have audited the accompanying consolidated balance sheets of General Motors Financial Company, Inc. and subsidiaries (the "Company") as of December 31, 2015 and 2014, and the related consolidated statements of income and comprehensive income, shareholder's equity, and cash flows for each of the three years in the period ended December 31, 2015. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Company's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with the standards of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (United States). Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. The Company is not required to have, nor were we engaged to perform, an audit of its internal control over financial reporting. Our audits included consideration of internal control over financial reporting as a basis for designing audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the Company's internal control over financial reporting. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements, assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, such consolidated financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of General Motors Financial Company, Inc. and subsidiaries at December 31, 2015 and 2014, and the results of their operations and their cash flows for each of the three years in the period ended December 31, 2015, in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. /s/ Deloitte & Touche LLP Fort Worth, Texas February 3, 2016

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (dollars in millions) December 31, 2015

December 31, 2014

Assets Cash and cash equivalents

$

3,061

$

2,974

Finance receivables, net (Note 3; Note 9 VIEs)

36,781

33,000

20,172

7,060

1,941

2,071

1,189

1,244

986



219

172

231

341

573

384

751

362

Leased vehicles, net (Note 4;Note 9 VIEs)

Restricted cash (Note 5;Note 9 VIEs)

Goodwill (Note 6)

Equity in net assets of non-consolidated affiliates (Note 7)

Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation of $91 and $59

Deferred income taxes (Note 14)

Related party receivables Other assets Total assets Liabilities and Shareholder's Equity Liabilities

$

65,904

$

47,608

Secured debt (Note 8;Note 9 VIEs)

$

30,689

$

25,173

Unsecured debt (Note 8)

Accounts payable and accrued expenses

23,657

12,142

1,218

1,002

1,454

392

129

20



636

362

433

343

418

57,852

40,216





6,484

5,799

Deferred income Deferred income taxes (Note 14)

Related party taxes p ayable Related party payables Other liabilities Total liabilities

Commitments and contingencies (Note 11) Shareholder's equity Common stock, $1.00 par value per share, 1,000 shares authorized and 505 shares issued Additional paid-in capital

Accumulated other comprehensive loss (Note 18) Retained earn ings

(1,104)

Total shareholder's equity Total liabilities and shareholder's equity

$

(433)

2,672

2,026

8,052

7,392

65,904

$

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these consolidated financial statements.

47,608

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME AND COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (in millions) Years Ended December 31, 2015

Revenue Finance charge income

$

Leased vehicle income Other income

20 14

3,381

$

2013

3,475

$

2,563

2,807

1,090

595

266

289

186

6,454

4,854

3,344

726

614

448

567

548

322

1,293

1,162

770

2,200

847

453

624

604

475

1,616

1,426

721





42

5,733

4,039

2,461

116





837

815

883

191

278

317

646

537

566

(2)

(14)

3

(669)

(430)

11

(671)

(444)

14

Total revenue Costs and expenses Salaries and benefits Other operating expenses Total operating expenses Leased vehicle expenses Provision for loan losses Interest expense Acquisition and integration expenses Total costs and expenses Equity income (Note 7)

Income before income taxes Income tax provision (Note 14)

Net income Other comprehensive income Defined benefit plans, net Foreign currency translation adjustment Other comprehensive (loss) income, net Comprehensive (loss) income

$

(25) $

93

$

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these consolidated financial statements.

580

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF SHAREHOLDER'S EQUITY (dollars in millions) Years Ended December 31, 2015

Common Stock Shares Balance at the beginning of period Common stock issued Balance at the end of period Common Stock Amount Balance at the beginning of period

$

Common stock issued

2014

2 013

505

502

500



3

2

505

505

502



$





$



— —

Balance at the end of period Additional Paid-in Capital Balance at the beginning of period

$



$



$



$

5,799

$

4,785

$

3,459

Stock-based compensation expense

35

18

10

649

996

1,300

1



16

Capital contributions from related party Differences between tax payments due under consolidated return and separate return basis Balance at the end of period Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income (Loss) Balance at the beginning of period

$

$

Other comprehensive (loss) income, net

6,484

$

5,799

$

(433) $

11

$

(671)

4,785

(3)

(444)

14

(433) $

11

Balance at the end of period Retained Earnings Balance at the beginning of period

$

(1,104) $

$

2,026

$

1,489

$

923

Net income 646 Balance at the end of period

$

2,672

537 $

2,026

566 $

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these consolidated financial statements.

1,489

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (in millions) Years Ended December 31, 2015

2014

2013

Cas h flows from operating activities Net income $

646

$

537

$

566

Adju stments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by op erating activities Depreciatio n and amortization 992

545

Accretion and amortization of loan and leasin g fees

2 ,4 03 (609)

(363)

(88)

Amortization of carrying value adjustment

(149)

(234)

(94)

(116)





624

604

475

132

(83)

179

36

19

(37)

182

(167)

(104)

(88)

(127)

282

133

195

(20)

(63)

20

(636)

(7)

84

5

(39)

Equity inco me Provision for loan loss es Deferred inco me taxes Stock -based compensation exp ense 9

Other Changes in assets an d liabilities, net of assets and liabilities acquired: Other assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses Taxes payable Related party taxes payable Related party payables (13) Net cas h provided by operating activ ities 2 ,4 39

1,634

1,558

(17,517)

(14,749)

(9,573)

11 ,7 26

10,860

7,524

(1,0 17)

(1,898)

(1,266)

(15,337)

(4,882)

(2,262)

Cash flows from investing activities Purchases of retail finance receivables, net Principal collections and recoveries on retail finance receivables Net funding of com mercial finance receivables Purchases of leased vehicles, net Proceeds from termination of leased vehicles Acquisition of international operations

1 ,0 96

533

(1,0 49)

(46)

217 (2,615)

Disposition of equity interest 125 Purchases of property and equipment Chang e in res tricted cash





(90)

(52)

(16)

(264)

(232)

(267)

30

(2)

Chang e in oth er ass ets Net cas h us ed in investing activ ities

(22,297)

(10,468)

3 (8,255)

Cash flows from financing activities Net change in debt (original maturities less than three months)

1 ,1 47

470



22 ,3 85

21,080

17,378

(15,178)

(16,890)

(13,222)

Borrowings and issuance of secured debt Payments on secured debt Borrowings and issuance of unsecured debt Payments on unsecured debt

12 ,9 77

7,174

5,224

(1,7 09)

(1,889)

(2,699)

Borrowings on related party line o f credit —



1,100

Payments on related party line of credit —



(1,100)





(1,416)

649

996

1,300

(155)

(127)

(76)

1



2

20 ,1 17

10,814

6,491

259

1,980

Repayment of debt to Ally Financial Capital contributions from related party Debt issuance costs Oth er Net cas h provided by financing activities Net increase (decrease) in cash and cas h equivalents Effect of foreign exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents

(172)

(206)

(80)

(9)

Cash and cas h equivalents at beginning of period 2 ,9 74

1,074

1,289

Cash and cas h equivalents at end of period $

3 ,0 61

$

2,974

$

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these consolidated financial statements.

1,074

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Note Summary of Significant Accounting 1. Policies History and Operations We were formed on August 1, 1986, and, since September 1992, have been in the business of providing automotive financing solutions. We have been a wholly-owned subsidiary of GM since October 2010. We acquired Ally Financial's auto finance and financial services operations in Europe and Latin America in 2013. Additionally, on January 2, 2 015, we acquired an equity interest in SAIC-GMAC, a joint venture that conducts business in China, from Ally Financial. The results of operations of the acquired entities since the applicable acquisition dates are included in our consolidated financial statements for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013. Basis of Presentation The consolidated financial statements include our accounts and the accounts of our wholly-owned subsidiaries, including certain special-purpose financing entities utilized in secured financing transactions, which are considered variable interest entities ("VIEs"). All intercompany transactions and accounts have been eliminated in consolidation. The preparation of financial statements in conformity with U.S. GAAP requires management to make estimates and assumptions which affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and the disclosures of contingent assets and liabilities as of the date of the financial statements and the amount of revenue and costs and expenses during the reporting periods. Actual results could differ from those estimates and those differences may be material. These estimates include, among other things, the determination of the allowance for loan losses on finance receivabl es, estimated residual value of leased vehicles, goodwill and income taxes. Generally, the financial statements of entities that operate outside of the U.S. are measured using the local currency as the functional currency. All assets and liabilities of the foreign subsidiaries are translated into U.S. dollars at period-end exchange rates and the results of operations and cash flows are determined using approximate weighted-average exchange rates for the period. Translation adjustments are related to the foreign subsidiaries using local currency as their functional currency and are reported as a separate component of accumulated other comprehensive income/loss. Foreign currency transaction gains or losses are recorded directly to the consolidated statements of income and comprehensive income, regardless of whether such amounts are realized or unrealized. We may enter into foreign currency derivatives to mitigate our exposure to changes in foreign exchange rates. SeeNote 10 - "Derivative Financial Instruments and Hedging Activities" for further discussion. Net Presentation of Cash Flows on Commercial Finance Receivables and Related Debt Our commercial finance receivables are primarily comprised of floorplan financing, which are loans to dealers to finance vehicle inventory, also known as wholesale or inventory financing. In our experience, these loans are typically repaid in less than 90 days of when the credit is extended. Furthermore, we typically have the unilateral ability to call the loans and receive payment within 60 days of the call. Therefore, the presentation of the cash flows related to commercial finance receivables are reflected on the consolidated statements of cash flows as "Net funding of commercial finance receivables." We have revolving debt agreements to finance our commercial lending activities. The revolving period of these agreements ranges from 6 to 18 months; however, the terms of these financing agreements require that a borrowing base of eligible fl oorplan receivables, within certain concentration limits, must be maintained in sufficient amounts to support advances. When a dealer repays a floorplan receivable to us, either the amount advanced against such receivables must be repaid by us or else the equivalent amount in new receivables must be added to the borrowing base. Despite the revolving term exceeding 90 days, the actual term for repayment of advances under these agreements is when we receive repayment from the dealers, which is typically within 90 days of when the credit is extended. Therefore, the cash flows related to these revolving debt agreements are reflected on the consolidated statements of cash flows as “Net change in debt (original maturities less than three months).” Cash Equivalents Investments in highly liquid securities with original maturities of 90 days or less are included in cash and cash equivalents. Retail Finance Receivables and the Allowance for Loan Losses Our retail finance receivables portfolio consists of smaller-balance, homogeneous loans which are carried at amortized cost, net of allowance for loan losses. These loans are divided among pools based on common risk characteristics, such as internal credit score, origination period, delinquent status and geography. An internal credit score, of which FICO is an input in North America, is created by using algorithms or statistical models contained in origination scorecards. The scorecards are used to evaluate a consumer’s ability to pay based on statistical modeling of their prior credit usage, structure of the loan and other information. The output of the

scorecards rank-order consumers from those that are most likely to pay to those that are least likely to pay. By further dividing the portfolio into pools based on internal credit scores we are better able to distinguish expected credit performance for different credit risks. These pools are collectively evaluated for impairment based on a statistical calculation, which is supplemented by management judgment. The allowance is aggregated for each of the pools. Provisions for loan losses are charged to operations in amounts sufficient to maintain the allowance for loan losses at levels considered adequate to cover probable losses inherent in our finance receivables. We use a combination of forecasting methodologies to determine the allowance for loan losses, including roll rate modeling and static pool modeling techniques. A roll rate model is generally used to project near term losses and static pool models are generally used to project losses over the remaining life. Probable losses are estimated for groups of accounts aggregated by past-due status and origination month. Generally, loss experience over the last 10 years is evaluated. Recent performance is more heavily weighted when determining the allowance to result in an estimate that is more reflective of the current internal and external environments. Factors that are considered when estimating the allowance include historical delinquency migration to loss, probability of default ("PD") and loss given default ("LGD"). PD and LGD are specifically estimated for each monthly vintage (i.e., group of originations) in cases where vintage models are used. PD is estimated based on expectations that are aligned with internal credit scores. LGD is projected based on historical trends experienced over the last 10 years, weighted toward more recent performance in order to consider recent market supply and demand factors that impact wholesale used vehicle pricing. While forecasted probable losses are quantitatively derived, we assess the recent internal operating and external environments and may qualitatively adjust certain assumptions to result in an allowance that is more reflective of losses that are expected to occur in the current environment. We also use historical charge-off experience to determine a loss confirmation period ("LCP"). The LCP is a key assumption within our models and represents the average amount of time between when a loss event first occurs to when the receivable is charged-off. This LCP is the basis of our allowance and is applied to the forecasted probable credit losses to determine the amount of losses we believe exist at the balance sheet date. We believe these factors are relevant in estimating incurred losses and also consider an evaluation of overall portfolio credit quality based on indicators such as changes in our credit evaluation, underwriting and collection management policies, changes in the legal and regulatory environment, general economic conditions and business trends and uncertainties in forecasting and modeling techniques used in estimating our allowance. We update our retail loss forecast models and portfolio indicators on a quarterly basis to incorporate information reflective of the current economic environment. Assumptions regarding credit losses and loss confirmation periods are reviewed periodically and may be impacted by actual performance of finance receivables and changes in any of the factors discussed above. Should the credit loss assumption or LCP increase, there would be an increase in the amount of allowance for loan losses required, which would decrease the net carrying value of finance receivables and increase the amount of provision for loan losses. Finance receivables that are considered impaired, including troubled debt restructurings ("TDRs") are individually evaluated for impairment. In assessing the risk of individually impaired loans such as TDRs, among the factors we consider are the financial condition of the borrower, geography, collateral performance, historical loss experience, and industry-speci fic information that management believes is relevant in determining the occurrence of a loss event and measuring impairment. These factors are based on an evaluation of historical and current information, and involve subjective assessment and interpretation. Commercial Finance Receivables and the Allowance for Loan Losses Our commercial lending offerings consist of floorplan financing as well as dealer loans, which are loans to finance improvements to dealership facilities, to provide working capital, and to purchase and/or finance dealership real estate. Commercial finance receivables are carried at amortized cost, net of allowance for loan losses. Provisions for loan losses are charged to operations in amounts sufficient to maintain the allowance for loan losses at levels considered adequate to cover probable credit losses inherent in the commercial finance receivables. For the International Segment, we established the allowance for loan losses based on historical loss experience. Since we began offering commercial lending in the North America Segment in 2012, we have performed an analysis of the experience of comparable commercial lenders in order to estimate probable credit losses inherent in our portfolio. The commercial finance receivables are aggregated into loan-risk pools, which are determined based on our internally-developed risk rating system. Based upon our risk ratings, we also determine if any speci fic dealer loan is considered impaired. If impaired loans are identified, specific reserves are established, as appropriate, and the loan is segregated for separate monitoring. Charge-off Policy Our policy is to charge off a retail account in the month in which the account becomes 120 days contractually delinquent if we have not yet recorded a repossession charge-off. In the North America Segment, we charge off accounts in repossession when the automobile is repossessed and legally available for disposition. In the International Segment, we charge off accounts when the repossession process is started. A charge-off generally represents the difference between the estimated net sales proceeds and the amount of the contract, including accrued interest. Accounts in repossession that have been charged off and have been removed from

finance receivables and the related repossessed automobiles, aggregating $54 million and $31 million at December 31, 2015 and 2014, are included in other assets on the consolidated balance sheets pending sale and represent a non-cash investing activity. Commercial finance receivables are individually evaluated and, where collectability of the recorded balance is in doubt, are written down to the fair value of the collateral less costs to sell. Commercial receivables are charged off at the earlier of when they are deemed uncollectible or reach 360 days past due. Troubled Debt Restructurings In evaluating whether a loan modification constitutes a TDR, our policy for retail loans is that both of the following must exist: (i) the modification constitutes a concession; and (ii) the debtor is experiencing financial difficulties. In accordance with our policies and guidelines, we, at times, offer payment deferrals to customers. Each deferral allows the consumer to move up to two delinquent monthly payments to the end of the loan generally by paying a fee (approximately the interest portion of the payment deferred, except where state law provides for a lesser amount). A loan that is deferred two or more times would be considered significantly delayed and therefore meets the definition of a concession. A loan currently in payment default as the result of being delinquent would also represent a debtor experiencing financial difficulties. Therefore, considering these two factors, we have determined that the second deferment granted by us on a retail loan will be considered a TDR and the loan impaired. Accounts in Chapter 13 bankruptcy that have an interest rate or principal adjustment as part of a confirmed bankruptcy plan would also be considered TDRs. Retail finance receivables that become classified as TDRs are separately assessed for impairment. A specific allowance is estimated based on the present value of expected cash flows of the receivable discounted at the loan's original effective interest rate. Commercial receivables subject to forbearance, moratoriums, extension agreements, or other actions intended to minimize economic loss and to avoid foreclosure or repossession of collateral are classified as TDRs. We do not grant concessions on the principal balance of dealer loans. Variable Interest Entities – Securitizations and Credit Facilities We finance our loan and lease origination volume through the use of our credit facilities and execution of securitization transactions, which both utilize special purpose entities ("SPEs"). In a credit facility, we transfer finance receivables or lease-related assets to special purpose finance subsidiaries. These subsidiaries, in turn, issue notes to the agents, collateralized by su ch assets and cash. The agents provide funding under the notes to the subsidiaries pursuant to an advance formula, and the subsidiaries forward the funds to us in consideration for the transfer of the assets. In our securitizations, we transfer finance receivables or lease-related assets to SPEs structured as securitization trusts ("Trusts"), which issue one or more classes of asset-backed securities. The asset-backed securities are in turn sold to investors. Our continuing involvement with the credit facilities and Trusts consist of servicing assets held by the SPEs and holding residual interests in the SPEs. These transactions are structured without recourse. The SPEs are considered VIEs under U.S. GAAP and are consolidated because we have: (i) power over the significant activities of the entity and (ii) an obligation to absorb losses or the right to receive benefits from the VIE which are potentially significant to the VIE. Our servicing fees are not considered significant variable interests in the VIEs; however, because we also retain residual interests in the SPEs, either in the form of debt securities or equity interests, we have an obligation to absorb losses or the right to receive benefits that are potentially significant to the SPEs. Accordingly, we are the primary beneficiary of the VIEs and are required to consolidate them within our consolidated financial statements. Therefore, the finance receivables, leasing related assets, borrowings under our credit facilities and, following a securitization, the related securitization notes payable remain on the consolidated balance sheets. SeeNote 3 - "Finance Receivables,"Note 8 - "Debt" andNote 9 - "Variable Interest Entities" for further information. We are not required, and do not currently intend, to provide any additional financial support to SPEs. While these subsidiaries are included in our consolidated financial statements, these subsidiaries are separate legal entities and the finance receivables and other assets held by these subsidiaries are legally owned by them and are not available to our creditors or creditors of our other subsidiaries. Except for purchase accounting adjustments, we recognize finance charge, lease vehicle and fee income on the securitized assets and interest expense on the secured debt issued in a securitization transaction, and record a provision for loan losses to recognize probable loan losses inherent in the securitized assets. Cash pledged to support securitization transactions is deposited to a restricted account and recorded on our consolidated balance sheets as restricted cash, which is invested in highly liquid securities with original maturities of 90 days or less. Property and Equipment As a result of the merger with GM and acquisition of the international operations, our property and equipment was adjusted to an estimated fair market value. Subsequent to the merger with GM, property and equipment additions are carried at amortized cost. Depreciation is generally provided on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful lives of the assets, which ranges from 1 to 30

years. The basis of assets sold or retired and the related accumulated depreciation are removed from the accounts at the time of disposition and any resulting gain or loss is included in operations. Maintenance, repairs and minor replacements are charged to operations as incurred; major replacements and betterments are capitalized. Leased Vehicles Leased vehicles consist of automobiles leased to customers and are carried at amortized cost less manufacturer incentives. Depreciation expense is recorded on a straight-line basis over the term of the lease agreement. Leased vehicles are depreciated to the estimated residual value at the end of the lease term. Under the accounting for impairment or disposal of long-lived assets, residual values of operating leases are evaluated individually for impairment when indicators of impairment exist. When indicators of impairment exist and aggregate future cash flows from the operating lease, including the expected realizable fair value of the leased asset at the end of the lease, are less than the book value of the lease, an immediate impairment write-down is recognized if the difference is deemed not recoverable. Otherwise, reductions in the expected residual value result in additional depreciation of the leased asset over the remaining term of the lease. Upon disposition, a gain or loss is recorded for any difference between the net book value of the lease and the proceeds from the disposition of the asset, including any insurance proceeds. Goodwill The excess of the purchase price of the merger with GM over the fair value of the net assets acquired was recorded as goodwill, and was attributed to the North America reporting unit, which was our only reporting unit at that time. With the acquisition of the international operations, we added two additional reporting units: Latin America and Europe. The excess of the purchase price of the acquisition of the international operations over the fair value of the net assets acquired was all attributed to the Latin America reporting unit. We performed our annual goodwill impairment testing as of October 1, 2015 for each reporting unit. No impairment charges were recognized to either the North America or the Latin America reporting unit in the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 or 2013. If an indication of impairment exists and the fair value of any reporting unit is less than the carrying amount reflected in the balance sheet, then the amount of goodwill attributed to a reporting unit may be impaired, and we perform a second step of the impairment test. In the second step, we compare the goodwill amount reflected in the balance sheet to the implied fair value of the reporting unit's goodwill, determined by allocating the reporting unit's fair value to all of its assets and liabilities in a manner similar to a purchase price allocation. We determined the fair value of each reporting unit with consideration to valuations under the market approach and the income approach. The income approach evaluates the cash flow of the reporting unit over a specified time, discounted at an appropriate market rate to arrive at an indication of the most probable selling price. Factors contributing to the determination of the reporting unit's operating performance were historical performance and management's estimates of future performance. The following table reflects certain key estimates and assumptions used in our 2015 impairment testing of the North America reporting unit, which represents 93% of our goodwill balance: Market approach assumptions Trailing-twelve months' earnings multiple Forward earnings multiple Weighting applied Income approach assumptions Cost of equity Targeted equity-to-earning assets ratio Weighting applied

11.1x 12.7x 25%

11.2% 8.6% declining to 7.5% 75%

The results of the first step of the impairment test indicated that the fair value exceeded the carrying value; therefore, it was not necessary to perform the second step analysis. If actual market conditions are less favorable than those we and the industry have projected, or if events occur or circumstances change that would reduce the fair value of our goodwill below the amount reflected in the balance sheet, we may be required to conduct an interim test and possibly recognize impairment charges, which could be material, in future periods. Derivative Financial Instruments We recognize all of our derivative financial instruments as either assets or liabilities on our consolidated balance sheets at fair value. The accounting for changes in the fair value of each derivative financial instrument depends on whether it has been designated and qualifies as an accounting hedge, as well as the type of hedging relationship identified.

Our special purpose finance subsidiaries are often contractually required to purchase derivative instruments, which could include interest rate swap agreements and/or interest rate cap agreements which are explained below, as credit enhancement in connection with securitization transactions and credit facilities. We do not use derivative instruments for trading or speculative purposes. Interest Rate Swap Agreements. We utilize interest rate swap agreements to convert floating rate exposures on securities issued in securitization transactions to fixed rates, thereby hedging the variability in interest expense paid. Cash flows from derivatives used to manage interest rate risk are classified as operating activities. At December 31, 2015, none of our pay-fixed, receive-floating interest rate swap agreements were designated as accounting hedges. We designate certain receive-fixed, pay-floating interest rate swaps as fair value hedges of fixed-rate debt. The risk being hedged is the risk of changes in the fair value of the hedged debt attributable to changes in the benchmark interest rate. If the hedge relationship is deemed to be highly effective, we record the changes in the fair value of the hedged debt related to the risk being hedged in interest expense. The change in fair value of the related derivative (excluding accrued interest) is also recorded in interest expense. Interest Rate Cap Agreements. We often purchase interest rate cap agreements to limit floating rate exposures in our credit facilities. As part of our interest rate risk management strategy and when economically feasible, we may simultaneously sell a corresponding interest rate cap agreement in order to offset the premium paid to purchase the interest rate cap agreement and thus retain the interest rate risk. Because the interest rate cap agreements entered into by us or our special purpose finance subsidiaries do not qualify for hedge accounting, changes in the fair value of interest rate cap agreements purchased by the special purpose finance subsidiaries and interest rate cap agreements sold by us are recorded in interest expense. Interest rate risk management contracts are generally expressed in notional principal or contract amounts that are much larger than the amounts potentially at risk for nonpayment by counterparties. Therefore, in the event of nonperformance by the counterparties, our credit exposure is limited to the uncollected interest and the market value related to the contracts that have become favorable to us. We manage the credit risk of such contracts by using highly rated counterparties, establishing risk limits and monitoring the credit ratings of the counterparties. We maintain a policy of requiring that all derivative contracts be governed by an International Swaps and Derivatives Association Master Agreement. We enter into arrangements with individual counterparties that we believe are creditworthy and generally settle on a net basis. In addition, we perform a quarterly assessment of our counterparty credit risk, including a review of credit ratings, credit default swap rates and potential nonperformance of the counterparty. Foreign Currency Swaps. Our policy is to minimize exposure to changes in currency exchange rates. To meet funding objectives, we borrow in a variety of currencies. We face exposure to currency exchange rates when the currency of our earning assets differs from the currency of the debt funding those assets. When possible, we fund earning assets with debt in the same currency, minimizing exposure to exchange rate movements. When a different currency is used, we may use foreign currency swaps to convert our debt obligations to the local currency of the earning assets. Fair Value ASC 820, Fair Value Measurements, provides a framework for measuring fair value under U.S. GAAP. Fair value is defined as the exchange price that would be received for an asset or paid to transfer a liability (an exit price) in the principal or most advantageous market for the asset or liability in an orderly transaction between market participants on the measurement date. Fair value measurement requires that valuation techniques maximize the use of observable inputs and minimize the use of unobservable inputs and also establishes a fair value hierarchy which prioritizes the valuation inputs into three broad levels. There are three general valuation techniques that may be used to measure fair value, as described below: (i) Market approach – Uses prices and other relevant information generated by market transactions involving identical or comparable assets or liabilities. Prices may be indicated by pricing guides, sale transactions, market trades, or other sources; (ii)

Cost approach – Based on the amount that currently would be required to replace the service capacity of an asset (replacement cost); and

(iii) Income approach – Uses valuation techniques to convert future amounts to a single present amount based on current market expectations about the future amounts (includes present value techniques and option-pricing models). Net present value is an income approach that considers a stream of expected cash flows, discounted at an appropriate market interest rate. Financial instruments are considered Level 1 when quoted prices are available in active markets for identical assets or liabilities

as of the reporting date. Active markets are those in which transactions for the asset or liability occur in sufficient frequency and volume to provide pricing information on an ongoing basis. Financial instruments are considered Level 2 when inputs other than quoted prices are observable for the asset or liability, either directly or indirectly. These include quoted prices for similar assets or liabilities in active markets and quoted prices for identical or similar assets or liabilities in markets that are not active. Financial instruments are considered Level 3 when their values are determined using price models, discounted cash flow methodologies or similar techniques and at least one significant model assumption or input is unobservable. Level 3 financial instruments also include those for which the determination of fair value requires significant management judgment or estimation. Income Taxes On our stand-alone financial statements, we account for income taxes on a separate return basis using an asset and liability method which requires the recognition of deferred tax assets and liabilities for the expected future tax consequences attributable to differences between the financial statement carrying amounts of existing assets and liabilities and their respective tax basis, net operating loss and tax credit carryforwards. A valuation allowance is recognized if it is more likely than not that some portion or the entire deferred tax asset will not be realized. We record uncertain tax positions on the basis of a two-step process whereby: (1) we determine whether it is more likely than not that the tax positions will be sustained based on the technical merits of the position; and (2) for those tax positions that meet the more likely than not recognition, we recognize the largest amount of tax benefit that is greater than 50% likely to be realized upon ultimate settlement with the related tax authority. We record interest and penalties on uncertain tax positions in income tax expense (benefit). Revenue Recognition Finance charge income related to retail finance receivables is recognized using the effective interest method. Fees and commissi ons received and direct costs of originating loans are generally deferred and amortized over the term of the related finance receivables using the effective interest method and are removed from the consolidated balance sheets when the related finance receivables are sold, charged off or paid in full. Accrual of finance charge income is suspended on accounts that are more than 60 days delinquent, accounts in bankruptcy and accounts in repossession. Payments received on non-accrual loans are first applied to any fees due, then to any interest due and, finally, any remaining amounts received are recorded to principal. Interest accrual resumes once an account has received payments bringing the delinquency status to less than 60 days past due. Finance charge income related to commercial finance receivables is recognized using the accrual method. Accrual of finance charge income is generally suspended on accounts that are more than 90 days delinquent, upon receipt of a bankruptcy notice from a borrower, or where reasonable doubt about the full collectability of contractually agreed upon principal and interest exist. Payments received on non-accrual loans are first applied to principal. Interest accrual resumes once an account has received payments bringing the delinquency status fully current and collection of contractual principal and interest is reasonably expected (including amounts previousl y charged-off) or, for TDRs, when repayment is reasonably assured based on the modified terms of the loan. Operating lease rental income for leased vehicles is recognized on a straight-line basis over the lease term. Net deferred origination fees or costs are amortized on a straight-line basis over the term of the lease agreement. Parent Company Stock-Based Compensation We measure and record compensation expense for parent company stock-based compensation awards based on the award's estimated fair value. We record compensation expense over the applicable vesting period of an award. Salary stock awards granted are fully vested and nonforfeitable upon grant; therefore, compensation cost is recorded on the date of grant. SeeNote 12 - "Parent Company Stock-Based Compensation" for further information. Segment Information We offer substantially similar products and services throughout many different regions, subject to local regulations and market conditions. We evaluate our business in two operating segments: North America ("the North America Segment") and international ("the International Segment"). The North America Segment includes our operations in the U.S. and Canada. The International Segment includes our operations in all other countries. For additional financial information regarding our business segments, seeNote 17 - "Segment Reporting and Geographic Information."

Related Party Transactions We offer loan and lease finance products through GM-franchised dealers to customers purchasing new and certain used vehicles manufactured by GM and make commercial loans directly to GM-franchised dealers and their affiliates. Under subvention programs, GM makes cash payments to us for offering incentivized rates and structures on retail loan and lease finance products. In addition, GM makes payments to us to cover certain interest payments on commercial loans. For the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013, we received $3.6 billion, $1.2 billion and $451 million in subvention payments from GM, primarily related to lease originations. Amortization of lease subvention was $1.0 billion, $311 million and $159 million for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013. In our International Segment, we provide limited funding to GM for new and used vehicles awaiting delivery to dealers. At December 31, 2015 and 2014, we had intercompany receivables from GM in the amount of $573 million and $384 million under these programs. At December 31, 2015 and 2014, we had $229 million and $176 million in commercial loans outstanding to dealers that are consolidated by GM. Prior to January 1, 2015 we provided financing to certain GM subsidiaries through factoring and other wholesale financing arrangements. At December 31, 2014, $289 million was outstanding under such arrangements, and is included in commercial finance receivables. No amounts were outstanding under these arrangements at December 31, 2015. At December 31, 2015 and 2014, we had $362 million and $433 million of related party payables due to GM, primarily for commercial finance receivables originated but not yet funded. These payables typically settle within 30 days. As discussed inNote 14 - "Income Taxes" we have a tax sharing agreement with GM for our U.S. operations. Under our tax sharing arrangement with GM, payments related to our U.S. operations for the tax years 2010 through 2014 were deferred for four years from their original due date. During 2014, accrued tax payments of $296 million, related to the 2010 and 2011 tax years, were converted to and treated as capital contributions. As of December 31, 2014, we had related party taxes payable to GM in the amount of $636 million. During 2015, the outstanding balance of $649 million, including an adjustment recorded in 2015 for finalizing the 2014 tax return, was converted to and treated as a capital contribution. On January 2, 2015, we completed the acquisition of Ally Financial's 40% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. The aggregate purchase price was $1.0 billion. Also on January 2, 2015, we sold a 5% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC to Shanghai Automotive Group Finance Company Ltd. (“SAIC FC”), a current shareholder of SAIC-GMAC, for proceeds of $125 million. As a result of these transactions, we own a 35% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. GM indirectly owns an additional 10% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. GM contributed $700 million to our equity in December 2014 to facilitate this acquisition. In September 2014, we and GM entered into a Support Agreement (the “Support Agreement”). Pursuant to the Support Agreement, if our earning assets leverage at the end of any calendar quarter is higher than thresholds set in the Support Agreement, we may require GM to provide funding sufficient to bring our earning assets leverage to within the appropriate threshold. In determining our earning assets leverage (net earning assets divided by adjusted equity) under the Support Agreement, net earning assets means our finance receivables, net, plus leased vehicles, net, and adjusted equity means our equity, net of goodwill and inclusive of outstanding junior subordinated debt, as each may be adjusted for derivative accounting from time to time. At December 31, 2015, our earning assets leverage ratio was 8.3, which was below the applicable ratio of 9.5. Additionally, the Support Agreement provides that GM will own all of our outstanding voting shares as long as we have any unsecured debt securities outstanding and that GM will use its commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that we will continue to be designated as a subsidiary borrower of up to $4.0 billion under GM’s corporate revolving credit facilities. GM also agreed to certain provisions intended to ensure that we maintain adequate access to liquidity. Pursuant to these provisions, GM provided us with the $1.0 billion GM Junior Subordinated Revolving Credit Facility. There were no advances outstanding under the GM Junior Subordinated Revolving Credit Facility at December 31, 2015. Recently Adopted Accounting Standards In 2015 we adopted ASU 2015-02, “Amendments to the Consolidation Analysis” (ASU 2015-02), which is effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2015, with early adoption permitted. ASU 2015-02 requires us to reassess whether certain entities should be consolidated. The adoption of ASU 2015-02 did not have a material impact on our consolidated financial statements. In 2015 we adopted ASU 2015-03, “Simplifying the Presentation of Debt Issuance Costs” (ASU 2015-03), which is effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2015, with early adoption permitted. ASU 2015-03 requires debt issuance costs associated with non-revolving debt to be presented as a reduction to the debt principal balance, with retrospective application. As a result of our adoption, we reclassified $116 million from other assets to debt for 2014, of which $41 million was reclassified to secured debt and $75 million was reclassified to unsecured debt. Accounting Standards Not Yet Adopted In May 2014 the FASB issued ASU 2014-09, “Revenue from Contracts with Customers” (ASU 2014-09), which requires

companies to recognize revenue when a customer obtains control rather than when companies have transferred substantially all risks and rewards of a good or service and requires expanded disclosures. ASU 2014-09 is effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2017 with early adoption permitted for reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2016. We continue to assess the overall impact the adoption of ASU 2014-09 will have on our consolidated financial statements. Note 2. Acquisition of Ally Financial International Operations In November 2012, we entered into a definitive agreement with Ally Financial to acquire the outstanding equity interests in the top-level holding companies of its automotive finance and financial services operations in Europe and Latin America and a separate agreement to acquire Ally Financial's non-controlling equity interest in SAIC-GMAC, which conducts auto finance operations in China. During 2013, we completed the acquisition of Ally Financial's European and Latin American auto finance and financial services operations. The aggregate consideration for these acquisitions was $3.3 billion. In addition, we repaid debt of $1.4 billion that was assumed as part of the acquisitions. We recorded the fair value of the assets acquired and liabilities assumed on the acquisition date. On January 2, 2015, we completed the acquisition of Ally Financial's 40% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. The aggregate purchase price was $1.0 billion. Also on January 2, 2015, we sold a 5% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC to SAIC FC, a current shareholder of SAIC-GMAC, for proceeds of $125 million. As a result of these transactions, we own a 35% equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. We account for our ownership interest in SAIC-GMAC using the equity method of accounting. The difference between the carrying amount of our investment and our share of the underlying net assets of SAIC-GMAC at the time of acquisition was $371 million, which was primarily related to goodwill. We determined the acquisition date fair values of the identifiable assets acquired and liabilities assumed in accordance with ASC 805, "Business Combinations" ("ASC 805"). Income resulting from the equity investment in SAIC-GMAC is included in our results beginning January 2, 2015. Equity income from SAIC-GMAC recorded during 2015 was $116 million. If the acquisition had occurred on January 1, 2014, our unaudited pro forma net income for 2014 would have increased by $107 million to $644 million. Note Finance 3. Receivables Our pre-acquisition and post-acquisition retail finance portfolios are now reported on a combined basis, due to the diminished size of the pre-acquisition portfolio, which was $145 million at December 31, 2015 and $459 million at December 31, 2014. The finance receivables portfolio consists of the following (in millions): December 3 1, 2 015 North America

Retail Retail finance receivables, collectively evaluated for impairment, net of fees (a) Retail finance receivables, individually evaluated for impairment, net of fees Total retail finance receivables(b) Less: allowance for loan losses - collective Less: allowance for loan losses - specific

$ 16,536 1,612 18,148 (398)

International

$

December 31, 2014 Total

North America

10,976

$ 27,512

$ 12,127



1,612

1,234

29,124 (515)

13,361 (405)

(220)

(172)

10,976 (117)

(220)

International

$

Total

12,262

$ 24,389



1,234

12,262 (78)

25,623 (483)



(172)

Total retail finance receivables, net 17,530

10,859

28,389

12,784

12,184

24,968

4,043

4,314

8,357

3,180

4,803

7,983

8

74

82



89

89

Commercial Commercial finance receivables, collectively evaluated for impairment, net of fees Commercial finance receivables, individually evaluated for impairment, net of fees Total commercial finance receivables Less: allowance for loan losses - collective

4,051 (23)

4,388 (15)

8,439 (38)

3,180 (21)

4,892 (14)

8,072 (35)

Less: allowance for loan losses - specific



Total commercial finance receivables, net

(9)

4,028

(9)



4,364

8,392

3,159

15,223

$ 36,781

$ 15,943

(5)

(5)

4,873

8,032

17,057

$ 33,000

Total finance receivables, net $ 21,558

$

$

________________ (a) Amounts reported in the International Segment include $1.1 billion and $1.0 billion of direct-financing leases at December 31, 2015 and 2014. (b) Net of unamortized premiums and discounts, and deferred fees and costs of $179 million and $245 million at December 31, 2015 and 2014.

Retail Finance Receivables Following is a summary of activity in our retail finance receivables portfolio (in millions): Years ended December 31, 2015 North America

Beginning balance

$ 13,361

2014

International

$

North America

Total

2013

International

12,262

$ 25,623

$ 11,388







10,931

6,606

(5,272) ( 859)

(13)

$

North America

Total

11,742

$ 23,130







17,537

6,808

8,277

(5,696) (137)

( 10,968) (996)

(4,054) (776)

(2,059)

(2,072)

( 5)

$ 29,124

$ 13,361

$

10,789

International

$

Total



$ 10,789



10,310

10,310

15,085

5,126

4,471

9,597

(6,180) (138)

(10,234) (914)

(3,943) (584)

(3,086) (54)

(7,029) (638)

(1,439)

(1,444)



12,262

$ 25,623

Acquisition Purchases Principal collections and othe r Charge-offs Foreign currency translation Ending balance

$ 18,148

$

10,976

$

$

11,388

$

101

101

11,742

$ 23,130

A summary of the activity in the allowance for retail loan losses is as follows (in millions): Years ended December 31, 2015 North America

International

2014 North America

Total

International

2013 North America

Total

International

Total

Beginning balance $ Provision for loan losses Charge-offs Recoveries Foreign currency translation Ending balance

$

577

$

78

$ 655

$

468

$

29

$ 497

$

345

$



$ 345

461 (859)

151 (137)

612 (996)

468 (776)

145 (138)

613 (914)

380 (584)

52 (54)

432 (638)

439

47

486

417

53

470

327

29

356



(22)

(22)



(11)

(11)



2

2

29

$ 497

618

$

117

$ 735

$

577

$

78

$ 655

$

468

$

Retail Credit Quality We use proprietary scoring systems in the underwriting process that measure the credit quality of the receivables using several

factors, such as credit bureau information, consumer credit risk scores (e.g. FICO score), and contract characteristics. We also consider other factors, such as employment history, financial stability and capacity to pay. At the time of loan origination, substantially all of our international customers have the equivalent of prime credit scores. In the North America Segment, while we historically focused on consumers with lower than prime credit scores, we are expanding our prime lending programs. A summary of the credit risk profile by FICO score band or equivalent scores, determined at origination, of the retail finance receivables in the North America Segment is as follows (dollars in millions): December 31, 2015 Amount

December 31, 201 4

Percent

Amount

Percent

Prime - FICO Score 680 and greater $

4,418

24.4% $

596

4.4%

2,890

15.9%

1,691

12.7%

10,840

59.7%

11,074

82.9%

13,361

100.0%

Near-prime - FICO Score 620 to 679 Sub-prime - FICO Score less than 620 Balance at end of period $

18,148

100.0% $

In addition, we review the credit quality of all of our retail finance receivables based on customer payment activity. A retail account is considered delinquent if a substantial portion of a scheduled payment has not been received by the date such payment was contractually due. Retail finance receivables are collateralized by vehicle titles and, subject to local laws, we generally have the right to repossess the vehicle in the event the customer defaults on the payment terms of the contract. The following is a summary of the contractual amounts of retail finance receivables, which is not significantly different than recorded investment, that are (i) more than 30 days delinquent, but not yet in repossession, and (ii) in repossession, but not yet charged off (dollars in millions): December 31, 2015 North America

31 - 60 days $ 1,150 Greater than 60 days 389

In repossession

International

Percent of Contractual Amount Due

994

89

$ 1,083

4.2%

International

92

481

1.6

328

104

432

1.7

1,539

179

1,718

5.8

1,322

193

1,515

5.9

42

4

46

0.2

36

4

40

0.2

183

$ 1,764

197

$ 1,555

6.0%

$

Total

Percent of Contractual Amount Due

$ 1,237

$

4.2%

North America

87

$ 1,581

$

Total

December 31, 2014

$ 1,358

$

$

6.1%

The accrual of finance charge income had been suspended on $778 million and $682 million of retail finance receivables (based on contractual amount due) at December 31, 2015 and December 31, 2014. Impaired Retail Finance Receivables - TDRs Retail finance receivables that become classified as troubled debt restructurings ("TDRs") are separately assessed for impairment. A specific allowance is estimated based on the present value of the expected future cash flows of the receivable discounted at the loan's original effective interest rate. Accounts that become classi fied as TDRs because of a payment deferral still accrue interest at the contractual rate and an additional fee is collected (where permitted) at each time of deferral and recorded as a reduction of accrued interest. No interest or fees are forgiven on a payment deferral to a customer; therefore, there are no additional financial effects of deferred loans becoming classified as TDRs. Accounts in the U.S. in Chapter 13 bankruptcy would have already been placed on non-accrual; therefore, there are no additional financial effects from these loans becoming classified as TDRs. Finance charge income from loans classified as TDRs is accounted for in the same manner as other accruing loans. Cash collections on these loans are allocated according to the same payment hierarchy methodology applied to loans that are not classified as TDRs.

At December 31, 2015 and 2014, the outstanding balance of retail finance receivables in the International Segment determined to be TDRs was insignificant; therefore, the following information is presented with regard to the TDRs in the North America Segment only. The outstanding recorded investment for retail finance receivables that are considered to be TDRs and the related allowance is presented below (in millions): December 31, 201 5

December 31, 2014

Outstanding recorded investment Less: allowance for loan losses

$

1,612 (220)

$

1,234 (172)

Outstanding recorded investment, net of allowance

$

1,392

$

1,062

$

1,642

$

1,255

Unpaid principal balance

Additional information about loans classified as TDRs is presented below (in millions, except for number of loans): Years Ended December 31, 2015

Average outstanding recorded investment

2014

2013

$

1,455

$

996 $

487

Finance income recognized $ Number of loans classified as TDRs during the period Recorded investment of loans classified as TDRs during the period $

164

$

123 $

70

58,012 982

49,490 $

38,196

794 $

643

A redefault is when an account meets the requirements for evaluation under our charge-off policy (SeeNote 1 - "Summary of Significant Accounting Policies" for additional information). The unpaid principal balance, net of recoveries, of loans that redefaulted during the reporting period and were within 12 months of being modified as a TDR were $20 million, $25 million and $22 million for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013. Commercial Finance Receivables Following is a summary of activity in our commercial finance receivables portfolio (in millions): Years ended December 31, 2014

2015 North America

Beginning balance Acquisition

$ 3,180

International

$

Total

North America

4,892

$ 8,072

$ 1,975

International

$

2013 North America

Total

4,725

$ 6,700

$

560















Net funding (collections) Charge-offs

933

51

984

1,228

661

1,889

1,424

(2)

(1)

(3)







(2)

Foreign currency translation Ending balance

(60)

(554)

(614)

(23)

(494)

(517)

(7)

$ 4,051

$

4,388

$ 8,439

$ 3,180

$

4,892

$ 8,072

$ 1,975

International

$



$ 560

4,834

4,834

(246) (3)

$

Total

1,178 (5)

140

133

4,725

$ 6,700

Commercial Credit Quality We extend wholesale credit to dealers primarily in the form of approved lines of credit to purchase new vehicles as well as used vehicles. Each commercial lending request is evaluated, taking into consideration the borrower's financial condition and the underlying collateral for the loan. We use proprietary models to assign each dealer a risk rating. These models use historical performance data to identify key factors about a dealer that we consider significant in predicting a dealer's ability to meet its financial obligations. We also consider numerous other financial and qualitative factors including, but not limited to, capitalization and leverage, liquidity and cash flow, profitability and credit history. We regularly review our models to confirm the continued business significance and statistical predictability of the factors and update the models to incorporate new factors or other information that improves statistical predictability. In addition, we verify the existence of the assets collateralizing the receivables by physical audits of vehicle inventories, which are performed with increased frequency for higher risk (i.e., Groups III, IV, V and VI) dealers. We perform a credit review of each dealer at least annually and adjust the dealer's risk rating, if necessary. The credit lines for Group VI dealers are typicall y suspended and no further funding is extended to these dealers. Performance of our commercial finance receivables is evaluated based on our internal dealer risk rating analysis, as payment for wholesale receivables is generally not required until the dealer has sold or leased the vehicle inventory. All receivables from the same dealer customer share the same risk rating. A summary of the credit risk profile by dealer grouping of the commercial finance receivables is as follows (in millions): December 31, 2015

Group I

- Dealers with superior financial metrics

$

1,299

December 31, 2014

$

1,062

Group II - Dealers with strong financial metrics

2,648

2,090

Group III - Dealers with fair financial metrics

2,703

2,856

Group IV - Dealers with weak financial metrics

1,100

1,250

505

559

184

255

Dealers warranting special mention due to potential Group V - weaknesses Dealers with loans classified as substandard, Group VI - doubtful or impaired Balance at end of period $

8,439

$

8,072

At December 31, 2015 and 2014, substantially all of our commercial finance receivables were current with respect to payment status and none were classi fied as TDRs. Activity in the allowance for commercial loan losses was insignificant for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013. Note 4. Leased Vehicles Our operating lease program is offered primarily in the North America Segment. The following information regarding our leased vehicles is presented on a consolidated basis (in millions): December 3 1, 2 015

Leased vehicles

$

Manufacturer incentives

Less: accumulated depreciation Leased vehicles, net

27,587 (4,582)

December 31, 2014

$

23,005 (2,833) $

20,172

9,747 (1,479) 8,268 (1,208)

$

7,060

A summary of the changes in our leased vehicles is as follows (in millions): Years Ended December 31 , 2015

Balance at beginning of period

$

2014

8,268 $

4,025 $





International operations acquisition Leased vehicles purchased Leased vehicles return ed - end of term Leased vehicles return ed - default Manufacturer incentives Foreign currency translation Balance at end of period

$

20 13

1,976 5

20,199 (1,785) (120) (3,169) (388)

6,169 (878) (58) (844) (146)

2,830 (343) (28) (360) (55)

23,005 $

8,268 $

4,025

The following table summarizes minimum rental payments due to us as lessor under operating leases (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 201 6

Minimum rental payments under operating leases

2 017

2018

201 9

$ 3,359 $ 2,830 $ 1,494 $ 169 $

2020

Total

4 $ 7,856

Note 5. Restricted Cash The following table summarizes the components of restricted cash (in millions): December 31, 2015

Revolving credit facilities

$

345

Securitization notes payable Other Total restricted cash

December 31, 2014

$

$

326

1,531

1,395

65

350

1,941

$

2,071

Restricted cash for securitization notes payable and revolving credit facilities is comprised of funds deposited in restricted cash accounts as collateral required to support securitization transactions or to provide additional collateral for borrowings under revolving credit facilities. Additionally, these funds include monthly collections from borrowers that have not yet been used for repayment of debt. At December 31, 2014, other restricted cash was primarily comprised of interest-bearing cash in Brazil held in escrow pending resolution of tax and civil litigation. At December 31, 2015, these amounts are classified as deposits and are included in other assets on the condensed consolidated balance sheet.

Note 6. Goodwill

We performed goodwill impairment testing as of October 1, 2015, in accordance with the policy des cribed inNote 1 - "Summary of Significant Accounting Policies - Goodwill." The impairment testing indicated no impairment in any reporting unit. The following table summarizes the changes in the carrying amounts of goodwill by segment (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015 North America

International

2014 Total

North America

International

2013 Total

North America

International

Total

Beginning balanc e $ 1,106 Acquisition — Foreig n curren c y translat ion (1) Endin g balanc e $ 1,105 Note 7.

$

138

$ 1,244

$ 1,108





(54)

(55)

$

84

$ 1,189

132

$1,240

$ 1,108



6

6

(2)



(2)

$ 1,106

$

$

138

$1,244

$



$ 1,108



132

132







132

$ 1,240

$ 1,108

$

Equity in Net Assets of Non-consolidated Affiliates

Non-consolidated affiliates are entities in which an equity ownership interest is maintained and for which the equity method of accounting is used due to the ability to exert significant influence over decisions relating to their operating and financial affairs. In January 2015, we completed the acquisition of Ally Financial's equity interest in SAIC-GMAC. SeeNote 2 - "Acquisition of Ally Financial International Operations" for additional information. The income of SAIC-GMAC is not consolidated into our financial statements; rather, our proportionate share of the earnings is reflected as equity income. At December 31, 2015, we had undistributed earnings of $121 million related to SAIC-GMAC. The following tables present summarized financial data of SAIC-GMAC (a) (in millions): Summarized Balance Sheet Data Finance receivables, net

December 31, 2015

Total assets Debt Total liabilities

$

9,617

$

9,802

$

5,789

$

7,973

Summarized Operating Data

Year Ended December 31, 2 015

Finance charge income $

971

$

45

$

338

$

463

Provision for loan losses Interest expense Income before income taxes Net income

$ _________________ ( This data represents that of the entire entity and not our 35% proportionate a share. ) Note Debt 8.

347

Debt consists of the following (in millions): December 31 , 20 15

December 31, 2014

North North America

International

Total

America

International

Total

Secured debt Revolving credit facilities $ Securitization notes payable

3,246

$

4,302

$

19,905

Total secured debt $

23,151

$

7,538

$

30,689

$

15,422

$

9,751

$

25,173

17,731

$

1,242

$

18,973

$

7,777

$

598

$

8,375

3,236

7,548

$

23,141

1,701

$

13,721

5,327

$

4,424

7,028 18,145

Unsecured debt Senior notes

$

Credit facilities



2,759

2,759



2,974

2,974

Retail customer deposits



1,260

1,260







Other unsecured debt



665

665



793

793

Total unsecured debt

$

17,731

$

5,926

$

23,657

$

7,777

$

4,365

$

12,142

Secured Debt Most of the secured debt was issued by variable interest entities, as further discussed inNote 9 - "Variable Interest Entities." This debt is repayable only from proceeds related to the underlying pledged finance receivables and leasing related assets. Interest rates on the secured debt in the North America Segment are primarily fixed, with a weighted average of 1.63% at December 31, 2015. Interest rates on the secured debt in the International Segment are primarily floating, with a weighted average of 3.10% at December 31, 2015. Issuance costs on the secured debt of $76 million as of December 31, 2015 and $60 million as of December 31, 2014 are amortized to interest expense over the expected term of the secured debt. The terms of our revolving credit facilities provide for a revolving period and subsequent amortization period, and are expected to be repaid over periods ranging up to six years. During 2015, we entered into new credit facilities or renewed credit facilities with a total additional net borrowing capacity of $5.2 billion. Securitization notes payable at December 31, 2015 are due beginning in 2016 through 2023. In the year ended December 31, 2015 we issued securitization notes payable of $14.3 billion with a weighted-average interest rate of 1.5%. Unsecured Debt Senior Notes At December 31, 2015, we had $19.1 billion par value outstanding in senior notes that mature from 2016 through 2025 and have a weighted average interest rate of 3.37%. Issuance costs on senior notes of $107 million as of December 31, 2015 and $75 million as of December 31, 2014 are amortized to interest expense over the term of the notes. Our top-tier holding company has $17.2 billion par value outstanding in senior notes which may be redeemed, at our option, in whole or in part, at any time before maturity at the redemption prices set forth in the indentures that govern the senior notes, plus accrued and unpaid interest, to the redemption date. All of our senior notes are guaranteed solely by AmeriCredit Financial

Services, Inc. ("AFSI"); none of our other subsidiaries are guarantors of our senior notes. SeeNote 21 - "Guarantor Consolidating Financial Statements" for further discussion. During 2015, our top-tier holding company issued $9.7 billion in senior notes comprised of $8.9 billion of fixed rate notes with a weighted average coupon of 3.38% and $800 million in floating rate notes. These notes mature beginning in April 2018 through July 2025. All of these notes are guaranteed by AFSI. In February 2015, a European subsidiary issued €650 million of 0.85% notes under our Euro medium term notes program. These

notes are due in February 2018. All of these notes are guaranteed by our top-tier holding company and by AFSI. In May 2015, our primary Canadian operating subsidiary issued CAD$500 million of 3.08% notes due in May 2020. The notes are guaranteed by our top-tier holding company and by AFSI. Credit Facilities and Other Unsecured Debt The International Segment utilizes unsecured credit facilities with banks as well as non-bank instruments as funding sources. During 2015, we increased net borrowing capacity on unsecured committed credit facilities by $334 million. The terms of advances under our unsecured credit facilities are determined and agreed to by us and the lender on the borrowing date for each advance and can have maturities up to five years. The weighted average interest rate on credit facilities and other unsecured debt was 8.72% at December 31, 2015. Retail Customer Deposits During 2015, we began accepting deposits from retail banking customers in Germany. Following is summarized information for our deposits at December 31, 2015 (dollars in millions): Outstanding Balance

Overnight deposits

Weighted Average Interest Rate

$

555

1.00%

Term deposits -12 months

337

1.32%

Term deposits - 24 months

123

1.44%

Term deposits - 36 months

245

1.65%

1,260

1.25%

Total deposits

$

Contractual Debt Obligations The following table presents the expected scheduled principal and interest payments under our contractual debt obligations (in millions): Years Ending December 31, 2016

Secured debt

$

14,450

2017

$

9,168

2018

$

5,688

2019

$

1,120

20 20

$

317

Thereafter

$



Total

$

30,743

Unsecured debt

4,343

3,654

3,459

3,165

4,110

5,050

23,781

Interest

1,275

1,008

588

397

267

483

4,018

$

20,068

$

13,830

$

9,735

$

4,682

$

4,694

$

5,533

$

58,542

Compliance with Debt Covenants Several of our loan facilities, including our revolving credit facilities, require compliance with certain financial and operational covenants as well as regular reporting to lenders, including providing certain subsidiary financial statements. Some of our secured and unsecured debt agreements also contain various covenants, including maintaining portfolio performance ratios as well as limits on deferment levels. Failure to meet certain of these requirements may result in a covenant violation or an event of default depending on the terms of the agreement. An event of default may allow lenders to declare amounts outstanding under these agreements immediately due and payable, to enforce their interest against collateral pledge under these agreements or restrict our ability to obtain additional borrowings. At December 31, 2015, we were in compliance with these debt covenants. Note Variable Interest 9. Entities Securitizations and credit facilities The following table summarizes the assets and liabilities related to our consolidated VIEs (in millions):

December 31, 2015

2014

Restricted cash

$

1,876

$

1,721

Finance receivables, net

$

24,942

$

23,109

Lease related assets

$

11,684

$

4,595

Secured debt

$

29,386

$

22,794

These amounts are related to securitization and credit facilities held by consolidated VIEs. Liabilities recognized as a result of consolidating these entities generally do not represent claims against us or our other subsidiaries and assets recognized generally are for the benefit of these entities operations and cannot be used to satisfy our or our subsidiaries obligations. Other VIEs We consolidate certain operating entities that provide auto finance and financial services, which we do not control through a majority voting interest. We manage these entities and maintain a controlling financial interest in them and are exposed to the risks of ownership through contractual arrangements. The majority voting interests in these entities are indirectly wholly-owned by our parent, GM. The following table summarizes the assets and liabilities of these entities (in millions): December 31, 2015

Assets(a)

$

December 31, 2014

3,652

$

3,696

Liabilities(b ) $ 2,941 $ _________________ (a) Comprised primarily of finance receivables of $3.2 billion and $3.6 billion at December 31, 2015 and 2014 .

3,184

(b Comprised primarily of debt of $2.6 billion and $2.5 billion at December 31, 2015 and 2014 ) . The following table summarizes the revenue and net income of these entities (in millions): Year Ended December 31, 2015

2014

Total revenue

$

191

$

192

Net income

$

29

$

28

Transfers of finance receivables to non-VIEs Under certain debt agreements, we transfer finance receivables to entities which are not considered VIEs. These transfers do not meet the criteria to be considered sales; therefore, the finance receivables and the related debt are included in our consolidated financial statements, similar to the treatment of finance receivables and related debt of our consolidated VIEs. Any collections received on the transferred receivables are available only for the repayment of the related debt. At December 31, 2015 and 2014, $1.5 billion and $2.5 billion in finance receivables had been transferred in secured funding arrangements to third-party banks, to which $1.4 billion and $2.4 billion in secured debt was outstanding. Note 10.

Derivative Financial Instruments and Hedging Activities Derivative financial instruments consist of the following (in millions): December 31, 2015 Notional

Fair value hedges

Fair Value

December 31, 2014 Notional

Fair Value

Liabilities Interest rate swaps(a)(d)

$

1,000

$

6

$



$



Derivatives not designated as hedges Assets

Interest rate swaps(b)

Interest rate caps(a) Foreign currency swaps(a) Total assets(c) Liabilities Interest rate swaps(b)

8

1,652

6

6,327

19

2,123

6

1,460

48

1,594

4

$

11,909

$

75

$

5,369

$

16

$

8,041

$

24

$

5,627

$

39

Interest rate caps(a)

Foreign currency swaps(a) Total liabilities(d)

4,122

$

5,892

19

1,804

6





1,044

1

13,933

$

43

$

8,475

$

46

_________________ The fair (a value is based on obs ervable market i nputs, and are classified as level 2. ) (b ) Th e fair value is estimated by discounting future net cash flows expected to be settled us ing cu rren t risk-adjus ted r ates , and clas sified as level 3.

(Included in other assets on the consolidated balance sheets . c ) ( Included in other liabilities on the con solidated balance sheets. d )

The following table presents information on the effect of derivative instruments on the consolidated statements of income and comprehensive income (in millions): Income (Losses) Recognized I n Income Years Ended December 31, 2015

2014

201 3

Fair value hedges

Interest rate contracts

Net interest accruals

Ineffectiveness(a) Derivatives not designated as hedges

$

1



$





$





Interest rate contracts(b )

Foreign currency derivatives(c)

(15)

(51)

42

163

(1)

(118)

$ 27 $ 112 $ (119) (a) Hedge ineffectiveness reflects the net change in the fair value of interest rate contracts of $6.0 million offset by the change in fair value of hedged debt attributable to the hedged risk of $5.6 million. Recognized in earnings as interest expense. (c) Activity is substantially offset by translation activity (included in operating expenses) related to foreign currency-denominated loans. The activity for interest rate swap agreements measured at fair value on a recurring basis using significant unobservable inputs (Level 3) was insignificant for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013.

Note Commitments 11. Contingencies

and

Leases We lease space for our operating facilities and administrative offices under leases with terms up to 10 years with renewal options. Certain leases contain lease escalation clauses for real estate taxes and other operating expenses and ren ewal option clauses calling for increased rents. A summary of lease expense is as follows (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 201 5

Lease expense

$

2014

28

$

2013

28

$

21

Operating lease commitments are as follows (in millions): Years Ending December 31, 201 6

Operating lease commitments

$

19

2017

$

19 $

2018

16

2019

$

14

2020

$

11

Thereafter

$

38

Total

$

117

Concentrations of Credit Risk Financial instruments which potentially subject us to concentrations of credit risk are primarily cash equivalents, restricted cash, derivative financial instruments and retail finance receivables. Our cash equivalents and restricted cash represent investments in highl y rated securities placed through various major financial institutions. The counterparties to our derivative financial instruments are various major financial institutions. Retail finance receivables in the North America Segment represent contracts with customers residing throughout the U.S. and Canada, with borrowers located in Texas accounting for 16.2% of the portfolio as of December 31, 2015. No other state accounted for more than 10% of retail finance receivables. Retail finance receivables in the Intern ational Segment represent contracts with customers residing throughout Europe and Latin America. Borrowers located in the U.K., Brazil, Germany and Mexico accounted for 28.6%, 21.4%, 20.6%, and 12.5% of the international retail finance receivables as of December 31, 2015. No other country accounted for more than 10% of retail finance receivables. At December 31, 2015, substantially all of our commercial finance receivables represent loans to GM-franchised dealerships and their affiliates. Guarantees of Indebtedness The payments of principal and interest on senior notes issued by our top-tier holding company, our primary Canadian operating

subsidiary and a European subsidiary are guaranteed by our primary U.S. operating subsidiary, AFSI. At December 31, 2015 and 2014, the par value of our senior notes was $19.1 billion and $8.4 billion. SeeNote 21 - "Guarantor Consolidating Financial Statements" for further discussion. Legal Proceedings As a retail finance company, we are subject to various customer claims and litigation seeking damages and statutory penalties, based upon, among other things, usury, disclosure inaccuracies, wrongful reposses sion, violations of bankruptcy stay provisions, certificate of title disputes, fraud, breach of contract and discriminatory treatment of credit applicants. Some litigation against us could take the form of class action complaints by customers and certain legal actions include claims for substantial compensatory and/or punitive damages or claims for indeterminate amounts of damages. We establish reserves for legal claims when payments associated with the claims become probable and the payments can be reasonably estimated. Given the inherent difficulty of predicting the outcome of litigation and regulatory matters, it is generally very difficult to predict what the eventual outcome will be, and when the matter will be resolved. The actual costs of resolving legal claims may be higher or lower than any amounts reserved for the claims. At December 31, 2015, we estimated our reasonably possible legal exposure for unfavorable outcomes of up to $101 million, and have accrued $43 million. Other Administrative Tax Matters We accrue non-income tax liabilities for contingencies when management believes that a loss is probable and the amounts can be reasonably estimated, while contingent gains are recognized only when realized. In the event any losses are sustained in excess of accruals, they will be charged against income at that time.

In evaluating indirect tax matters, we take into consideration factors such as our historical experience with matters of similar nature, specific facts and circumstances, and the likelihood of prevailing. We reevaluate and update our accruals as matters progress over time. Where there is a reasonable possibility that losses exceeding amounts already recognized may be incurred, our estimate of the additional range of loss is up to $50 million. Note 12.

Parent Company Stock-Based Compensation

GM provides certain stock-based compensation plans for employees and key executive officers. Long-Term Incentive Plan GM grants to certain employees Restricted Stock Units (“RSUs”), Performance-based Share Units (“PSUs”) and stock options. Shares awarded under the plans are subject to forfeiture if the participant leaves the company for reasons other than those permitted under the plans, such as retirement, death or disability. GM's policy is to issue new sh ares upon settlement of RSUs. The following table summarizes the awards granted (units in thousands): Year Ended December 31, 20 15

2014

2013

RSUs

317

431

700

PSUs

366

326



Stock options

786





The RSUs awarded either cliff vest or ratably vest over a three-year service period, as defined in the terms for each award. Vesting and subsequent settlement will generally occur based on employment at the end of each specified service period. The ultimate number of PSUs earned will be determined at the end of the specified performance period, which is three years, based on performance criteria determined by the Executive Compensation Committee of the GM Board of Directors at the time of award. The number of shares earned may equal, exceed or be less than the targeted number of shares depending on whether the performance criteria are met, surpassed or not met. PSU awards generally vest and settle at the end of a three-year period. Stock options were granted to senior leaders to maintain the leadership consistency needed to achieve our and GM's short-term and long-term goals. Each recipient was required to accept non-compete and non-solicitation covenants. These stock options have a vesting feature whereby two-fifths of the award is exercisable approximately nineteen months after the date of grant and the remainder vest ratably over the next three years based on the performance of GM’s stock relative to that of a specified peer group. The stock options expire ten years from the grant date. Salary Stock Plan

In the year ended December 31, 2013 a portion of each participant's salary was accrued on each salary payment date and converted to RSUs on a quarterly basis. In June 2013 the plan was amended to provide for cash or share settlement of awards based on election by the participant. The liability for these awards continues to be remeasured to fair value at the end of each reporting period. RSUs, PSUs and Stock Options The following table summarizes information about RSU, PSUs and stock options granted to our employees and key executive officers under GM's stock-based compensation programs (units in thousands): Year Ended December 31, 201 5

Shares

Weighted-Averag e Grant Date Fair Value

Units outstanding at January 1, 2015

1,409

$

32.75

Granted

1,469

$

34.27

(17)

$

36.04

(559)

$

28.99

Forfeited or expired Settled

Weig hted-Average Remaining Contractual Term (years)

1.5

Units outstanding at December 31, 2015

2,302

$

34.61

1.3

Units unvested and expected to vest at December 31, 2015

1,464

$

35.40

1.4

778

$

33.05

Units granted in the year ended December 31, 2014

$

35.96

Units granted in the year ended December 31, 2013

$

33.58

Units vested and payable at December 31, 2015

The following table summarizes compensation expense recorded for stock-based incentive plans (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015

Compensation expense

$

Income tax benefit Compensation expense, net of tax

2014

36

$

13 $

23

2013

19

$

8 $

11

21 8

$

13

At December 31, 2015 and 2014, total unrecognized compensation expense for nonvested equity awards granted was $53 million and $31 million. This expense is expected to be recorded over a weighted-average period of 1.4 years. The total fair value of RSUs and PSUs vested in the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014, and 2013 was $13 million, $9 million and $9 million for each year. In the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014, and 2013, total payments for 254,000, 359,000 and 317,000 RSUs settled in cash under stock incentive plans were $9 million, $13 million and $10 million. Note Employee Benefit 13. Plans We have defined contribution retirement plans covering substantially all employees in the North America Segment as well as in Brazil and the U.K. We recognized $17 million, $12 million and $8 million in compensation expense for 2015, 2014 and 2013 related to these plans. Contributions to the plans were made in cash. Certain employees in the International Segment are eligible to participate in plans that provide for pension payments upon retirement based on factors such as length of service and salary. The associated liability was $109 million and $115 million at December 31, 2015 and 2014. We recognized $6 million, $6 million and $5 million in net periodic pension expense in 2015, 2014 and 2013.

Note Income 14. Taxes The following table summarizes income before income taxes and equity income (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015

U.S. income

$

2014

362

Non-U.S. income

$

359

Income before income taxes and equity income

$

2013

481

$

334

721

$

815

637 246

$

883

Income Tax Expense The following table summarizes income tax expense (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015

2014

20 13

Current income tax expense U.S. federal

$

13

$

284

$

67

U.S. state and local

(5)

14

5

Non-U.S.

51

63

66

59

361

138

95

(87)

176

6

(5)

7

31

9

(4)

132

(83)

191 $

278

Total current Deferred income tax expense U.S. federal U.S. state and local Non-U.S. Total deferred Total income tax provision

$

179 $

317

Provisions are made for estimated U.S. and non-U.S. income taxes, less available tax credits and deductions, which may be incurred on the remittance of our basis differences in investments in foreign subsidiaries not deemed to be indefinitely reinvested. Taxes have not been provided on basis differences in investments as a result of earnings in foreign subsidiaries which are deemed indefinitely reinvested of $21 million and $26 million at December 31, 2015 and 2014. Quantification of the deferred tax liability, if any, associated with indefinitely reinvested basis differences is not practicable. The following table summarizes a reconciliation of income tax expense (benefit) compared with the amounts at the U.S. federal statutory income tax rate: Years Ended December 31, 2015

2014

2013

U.S. statutory tax rate Non-U.S. income taxed at other than 35% State and local income taxes U.S. tax on non-U.S. earnings Valuation allowance

35.0% (3.2)

35.0% (2.2)

35.0 % (1.7)

0.9

1.2

1.1

(3.2)

7.2

(1.7)

7.1

(4.9)

3.4

Tax credits and incentives Other

(6.6) (3.5)

(0.8) (1.5)

— (0.2)

Effective tax rate

26.5%

34.0%

35.9 %

Deferred Income Tax Assets and Liabilities Deferred income tax assets and liabilities at December 31, 2015 and 2014 reflect the effect of tem porary differences between amounts of assets, liabilities and equity for financial reporting purposes and the basis of such assets, liabilities and equity as measured by tax laws, as well as tax loss and tax credit carryforwards.

The following table summarizes the components of temporary di fferences and carryforwards that give rise to deferred tax assets and liabilities (in millions): December 31, 2015

Deferred tax assets: Net operating loss carryforward - U.S.(a) Net operating loss carryforward - Non-U.S.

$

409

December 31, 2014

$

6

(b)

189

199

166

349

107

157

131

2

113

147

1,115 (104)

860 (57)

1,011

803

645

300

Intangible assets

34

35

Accrued commissions Deferred acquisition costs/revenue

27

41

116

50

47



40

56

909

482

Market value difference of loan portfolio Accruals Tax Credits

(c)

Other Total deferred tax assets before valuation allowance Less: valuation allowance Total deferred tax assets Deferred tax liabilities: Depreciable asset s

Tax on unremitted earnings of non-U.S. entities Other Total deferred tax liabilities Net deferred tax asset

$

102

$

321

_________________ (a) Includes tax-effected operating losses of $409 million expiring thr oug h 203 6 at December 31, 2015.

(b) Inclu des tax-effected operating los ses of $84 million expir ing through 2032 and $105 million that may be carried forwar d ind efin itely at December 31, 2015. (c Includ es tax credits of $131 millio n expiring t hrough 2036 at Decemb er 31, 2015. )

We are included in GM’s consolidated U.S. federal income tax return and certain states’ income tax returns. Net operating losses and certain tax credits generated by us have been utilized by GM; however, income tax expense and deferred tax balances are presented in these financial statements as if we filed our own tax returns in each jurisdiction. As of December 31, 2015, we have $50 million in valuation allowances against deferred tax assets in non-U.S. jurisdictions and $54 million in valuation allowances against deferred tax assets in U.S. jurisdictions. The increase in our valuation allowance is primarily related to a change in our assessment of the realization of certain U.S. tax credits. Uncertain Tax Positions The following table summarizes activity of unrecognized tax benefits (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 201 5

Beginning balance International operations acquired amounts

$

Additions to prior years' tax positions Reductions to prior years' tax positions Additions to current year tax positions Reductions in tax positions due to lapse of statutory limitations Settlements Foreign currency translation Ending balance

$

2 014

95

$

2013

130

$

53





71

— (7)

1 (12)

— (1)

1 (16) (2) (10)

7 (6) (20) (5)

12 (3) (1) (1)

61

$

95

$

130

At December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013, there were $35 million, $71 million and $104 million of net unrecognized tax benefits that, if recognized, would favorably affect the effective tax rate. We recognize accrued interest and penalties associated with uncertain tax positions as a component of the income tax provision. Accrued interest and penalties are included within the related tax liability line on the consolidated balance sheets. During 2014 and 2013, we recorded income tax related interest expense (benefit) and penalties of $(12) million and $(7) million. The amount recorded in 2015 was insignificant. At December 3 1, 2015 and 2014 we had liabilities of $75 million and $125 million for income tax-related interest and penalties. At December 31, 2015, we believe that it is reasonably possible that the balance of the gross unrecognized tax benefits could decrease by as much as $20 million in the next twelve months due to settlements or the expiration of statutes of limitations. Periodically we make deposits to taxing jurisdictions which reduce our unrecognized tax benefit balance, but are not reflected in the reconciliation above. The amount of deposits that reduce our unrecognized tax benefit liability in the consolidated balance sheets was $12 million at December 31, 2015 and $22 million at December 31, 2014. Other Matters Since October 1, 2010, we have been included in GM's consolidated U.S. federal income tax returns. For taxable income we recognize in any period beginning on or after October 1, 2010, we are obligated to pay GM for our share of the consolidated U.S. federal and certain state tax liabilities. Amounts owed to GM for income taxes are accrued and recorded as a related party payable. Under our tax sharing arrangement with GM, payments related to our U.S. operations for the tax years 2010 through 2014 were deferred for four years from their original due date. During 2014, accrued tax payments of $296 million related to the 2010 and 2011 tax years were converted to and treated as capital contributions. At December 31, 2014, we had related party taxes payable to GM in the amount of $636 million. During 2015, the outstanding balance was converted to and treated as a capital contribution. Income tax returns are filed in multiple jurisdictions and are subject to examination by taxing authorities throughout the world. We have open tax years from 2008 to 2015 with various tax jurisdictions. These open years contain matters that could be subject to differing interpretations of applicable tax laws and regulations as they relate to the amount, character, timing or inclusion of revenue and/or recognition of expenses, or the sustainability of income tax credits. Certain of our state and foreign tax returns are currently under examination in various jurisdictions.

Note Supplemental Cash Flow 15. Information Cash payments for interest costs and income taxes consist of the following (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 201 5

2014

2013

Interest costs (none capitalized) Income taxes

$

1,295

$

$

84

$

1,120

$

760

127 $

39

Non-cash investing items consist of the following (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015

2014

2013

Subvention receivable from GM $

383 $

189

$

82

$

351 $

427

$

362

Commercial loan funding payable to GM Note Fair Values of Financial 16. Instruments Fair values are based on estimates using present value or other valuation techniques in cases where quoted market prices are not available. Those techniques are significantly affected by the assumptions used, including the discount rate and the estimated timing and amount of future cash flows. Therefore, the estimates of fair value may differ substantially from amounts that ultimately may be realized or paid at settlement or maturity of the financial instruments and those differences may be material. Disclosures about fair value of financial instruments exclude certain financial instruments and all non-financial instruments. Accordingly, the aggregate fair value amounts presented do not represent the underlying value of our company.

Estimated fair values, carrying values and various methods and assumptions used in valuing our financial instruments are set forth below (in millions): December 31, 2015 Level

Financial assets Cash and cash equivalents(a)

December 31, 2014

Carrying

Estimated

Carrying

Estimated

Value

Fair Value

Value

Fair Value

1

$

3,061

$

3,061

$

2,974

$

2,974

3

$

28,390

$

28,545

$

24,968

$

25,541

2

$

8,392

$

8,392

$

8,032

$

8,032

1

$

1,941

$

1,941

$

2,071

$

2,071

2

$

23,151

$

23,182

$

15,454

$

15,497

2

$

3,122

$

3,125

$

5,690

$

5,694

3

$

4,416

$

4,364

$

4,070

$

4,037

2

$

17,731

$

17,792

$

7,846

$

8,092

2

$

4,605

$

4,617

$

3,496

$

3,507

3

$

1,321

$

1,317

$

875

$

880

Retail finance receivables, net Comm ercial finance receivables, net (b) Restricted cash(a) Financial liabilities Secured debt North America (c) International

(d)

International

(e)

Unsecured debt North America (f) International

(g)

International(e) _________________

(a) Cash and cash equivalents bear interest at market rates; therefore, carrying value is considered to be a reasonable estimate of fair value. (b) The fair value commercial finance receivables is assumed to be carrying value, as the receivables generally have variable interest rates and maturities of one year or less. (c) Secured debt in the North America Segment is comprised of revolving credit facilities, publicly-issued secured debt, and privately-issued secured debt, and is valued using level 2 inputs. For the revolving credit facilities with variable rates of interest and terms of one year or less, carrying value is considered to be a reasonable estimate of fair value. The fair value of the publicly-issued secured debt is based on quoted market prices of identical instruments in thinly-traded markets, when available. If quoted market prices are not available, and for determining the fair value of privately-issued secured debt, the market value is estimated using quoted market prices of similar securities. (d) The fair value is assumed to be par value, as the debt has terms of one year or less, or has been priced within the last six months. (e) The fair value is estimated by discounting future net cash flows expected to be settled using current risk-adjusted rates. (f)The fair value is based on quoted market prices of identical instruments in thinly-traded markets. (g) The fair value of senior notes is based on quoted market prices of identical instruments in thinly-traded markets. The fair value of other unsecured debt is assumed to be par value, as the debt has terms of one year or less. The fair value of our retail finance receivables is based on observable and unobservable inputs within a discounted cash flow model. Those unobservable inputs reflect assumptions regarding expected prepayments, deferrals, delinquencies, recoveries and charge-offs of the loans within the portfolio. The cash flow model produces an estimated amortization schedule of the finance receivables which is the basis for the calculation of the series of cash flows that derive the fair value of the portfolio. For the North America Segment, the series of cash flows is calculated and discounted using a weighted-average cost of capital using unobservable debt and equity percentages, an unobservable cost of equit y and an observable cost of debt based on companies with a similar credit rating and maturity profile. For the International Segment, the series of cash flows is calculated and discounted using current interest rates. Macroeconomic factors could affect the credit performance of our portfolio and therefore could potentially impact the assumptions used in our cash flow model. Note 17.

Segment Reporting and Geographic Information

Segments We offer substantially similar products and services throughout many different regions, subject to local regulations and market conditions. We evaluate our business in two operating segments: the North America Segment (consisting of operations in the U.S. and Canada) and the International Segment (consisting of operations in all other countries). Our chief operating decision maker evaluates the operating results and performance of our business based on these operating segments. The management of each segment is responsible for executing our strategies. For segment reporting purposes only, interest expense related to the senior notes has been allocated based on targeted leverage for each segment. Interest expense in excess of the targeted overall leverage is reflected in the "Corporate" column below. In addition, the interest income on intercompany loans provided to the international operations is presented in the "Corporate" column as revenue. All inter-segment balances and transactions have been eliminated. Key operating data for our operating segments were as follows (in millions): Year Ended December 31, 2015 North America

Total revenue Operating expenses, including leased vehicle expenses

$

4,777

International

$

1,677

Corporate

$

13

Eliminations

$

(13)

Total

$

6,454

2,925

568





3,493

Provision for loan losses

466

158





624

Interest expense

833

722

74

(13)

Equity income



116





Income (loss) before income taxes

$

553

$

345

$

(61)

$



1,616 116 $

837

Year Ended December 31, 2014 North America

Total revenue Operating expenses, including leased vehicle expenses

$

International

2,909

$

1,945

Corporate

$

Eliminations

56

$

(56)

Total

$

4,854

1,385

624





2,009

Provision for loan losses

472

132





604

Interest expense

459

954

69

(56)

Income (loss) before income taxes

$

593

$

235

$

(13)

$



1,426 $

815

Year Ended December 31, 2013 No rth America

Total revenue Operating expenses, including leased vehicle expenses

$

I nternational

2,376

$

968

Corporate

$

Eliminations

43

$

(43)

Total

$

3,344

893

330





1,223

Provision for loan losses

393

82





475

Interest expense

360

362

42

(43)

721



42





42

Acquisition and integration expenses Income before income taxes

$

730

$

152

December 31, 2015 No rth America

International

$

1

$



$

883

December 3 1, 2 014 North America

Total

I nternational

Finance receivables, net $ 21,558

$

15,223

$ 36,781

$ 15,943

$

17,057

Leased vehicles, net

$ 20,086

$

86

$ 20,172

$

7,029

$

31

Total assets

$ 47,419

$

18,485

$ 65,904

$ 27,586

$

20,022

Total

$ 33,000 $

7,060

$ 47,608

Geographic Information The following table summarizes information concerning principal geographic areas (in millions): At a nd For the Years Ended December 31 , 2015

U.S.

$

4,324

2 014

Long -Lived Ass ets(a )

Revenue

$

18,501

Revenue

$

2,552

2013

Long-Lived Assets( a)

$

5,477

Revenue

$

2,185

Long-Lived Assets( a)

$

2,472

Canada

453

1,731

357

1,635

204

965

Brazil

757

3

964

4

234

4

Other countries(b)

920

156

981

116

721

74

Total consolidated

$

6,454

$

20,391

$

4,854

$

7,232

$

3,344

$

3,515

_________________ (a ) Lo ng-lived assets includes $20.2 billion, $7.1 billio n and $3.4 billion of vehicles on oper ating leases at December 2015, 2014 and 2013.

(b )No individual countr y represents more than 10% of our total revenue o r long-lived assets.

Note 18.

Accumulated Other Comprehensive (Loss) Income A summary of changes in accumulated other comprehensive (loss) income is as follows (in millions): Years Ended December 31, 2015

Defined benefit plans, net Balance at beginning of period

$

Foreign currency translation adjustment Balance at beginning of period Translation (loss) gain Balance at end of period

Note 19.

2013

(11) $

Unrealized (loss) gain on subsidiary pension, net of tax Balance at end of period

Total accumulated other comprehensive (loss) income

2014

$

3 $



(2)

(14)

3

(13)

(11)

3

(422)

8

(669)

(430)

11

(1,091)

(422)

8

(1,104) $

(433) $

(3)

11

Regulatory Capital and Other Regulatory Matters

We are required to comply with a wide variety of laws and regulations. The International Segment includes the operations of certain stand-alone entities that operate in local markets as either banks or regulated finance companies and are subject to regulatory restrictions. These regulatory restrictions, among other things, require that these entities meet certain minimum capital requirements and may restrict dividend distributions and ownership of certain assets. We were in compliance with all regulatory capital requirements as most recently reported. The following table lists the most recently reported minimum statutory capital requirements and the actual statutory capital for our significant regulated international banks: Minimum Capital Requirement

Country

Germany Brazil

Actual Ca pital

8.0% 11.0%

18.1% 13.4%

Total assets of our regulated international banks and finance companies were approximately $11.1 billion and $11.4 billion at December 31, 2015 and 2014.

Note Quarterly Financial Data 20. (unaudited) The following tables summarize supplementary quarterly financial information (in millions): First Quarter

Second Quarter

Third Quarter

Fourth Quarter

Year Ended December 31, 2015 Total revenue Income before income taxes

$

1,354

$

1,515

$

1,707

$

1,878

$

214

$

225

$

231

$

167

$

150

$

186

$

179

$

131

Net income

Year Ended December 31, 2014 Total revenue Income before income taxes Net income Note 21.

$

1,097

$

1,191

$

1,261

$

1,305

$

222

$

265

$

208

$

120

$

145

$

175

$

158

$

59

Guarantor Consolidating Financial Statements

The payment of principal and interest on senior notes issued by our top-tier holding company is currently guaranteed solely by AFSI (the "Guarantor") and none of our other subsidiaries (the "Non-Guarantor Subsidiaries"). The Guarantor is a 100% owned consolidated subsidiary and is unconditionally liable for the obligations represented by the senior notes. The Guarantor’s guarantee may be released only upon customary circumstances, the terms of which vary by issuance. Customary circumstances include the sale or disposition of all of the Guarantor’s assets or capital stock, the achievement of investment grade rating of the senior notes and legal or covenant defeasance. The consolidating financial statements present consolidating financial data for (i) General Motors Financial Company, Inc. (on a parent-only basis), (ii) the Guarantor, (iii) the combined Non-Guarantor Subsidiaries and (iv) the parent company and our subsidiaries on a consolidated basis at December 31, 2015 and December 31, 2014 and for the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013 (after the elimination of intercompany balances and transactions). Investments in subsidiaries are accounted for by the parent company using the equity method for purposes of this presentation. Results of operations of subsidiaries are therefore reflected in the parent company's investment accounts and earnings. The principal elimination entries set forth below eliminate investments in subsidiaries and intercompany balances and transactions. We determined that a revision was required to correct the classification of certain intercompany amounts between General Motors Financial Company Inc. and Guarantor and Non-Guarantor Subsidiaries that were previously being presented net within the change in the due from/due to affiliates line item in the consolidating balance sheet in the financing activities section of the consolidating statements of cash flows for the years ended December 31, 2014 and 2013. As a result, correcting adjustments have been made from what was previously reported to (1) reclassify $3.1 billion and $1.5 billion of the net change in the due from affiliates for General Motors Financial Company, Inc. within the consolidating statements of cash flows to the investing activities section for 2014 and 2013, respectively; (2) reclassify $443 million and $159 million of the net change in the due from affiliates for the Guarantor within the consolidating statements of cash flows to the investing activities section for 2014 and 2013, respectively; (3) reclassify $400 million of the net change of the due to affiliates for the Non-Guarantor subsidiaries within the consolidated statement of cash flow to the investing activities section for 2014; and (4) report a $2.0 billion due from affiliates for the Guarantor within the consolidating balance sh eet at December 31, 2014 that was previously presented net within the due to affiliates line. In addition, reclassifications have been made solely within the investing activities section of the consolidating statements of cash flows to separately present cash flow activities related to repurchases by the Guarantor of receivables that had previously been transferred to Non-Guarantor Subsidiaries of $1.4 billion and $1.0 billion for 2014 and 2013, respectively. These adjustments had no effect on the consolidated financial statements at or for the years ended Decem ber 31, 2014 or 2013.

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING BALANCE SHEET December 31, 2015 (in millions) General Motors Financial Co mpany,

Non-

Inc.

Guaranto r

Guarantors

Eliminations

Consolidated

Assets Cash and cash equivalents

$



$

2,259

$

802

$



$

3,061

Finance re ceiva ble s, net —

4,808

31,973



36,781





20,172



20,172



60

1,881



1,941

1,095



94



1,189





986



986



41

178



219

212



179

(160)

231



27

546



573

32

32

687



751

15,573

7,556



(23,129)



8,476

6,425



(14,901)



Leased vehicles, net Restricted cash Goodwill Equity in net assets of non-consolidated affiliates Property and equipment, net Deferred income taxes Related party receivables Other asse ts Due from affiliates Inve stment in affiliates Total assets $

25,388

$

21,208

$

57,498

$

$



$



$

30,689

$

(38,190)

$

65,904

$

30,689

Liabilities and Shareholder's Equit y Liabilities Secured debt —

Unsecured debt Accounts payable and a ccrued e xpenses

17,087



6,570



23,657

181

717

320



1,218





1,454



1,454



289







68

Deferred income Deferred income taxes (160)

129

362



362

34

241



343



15,495

7,634

(23,129)



17,336

16,535

47,270

(23,289)

57,852





698

(698)



6,484

79

6,490

( 6,569)

6,484

(1,104)

(175)

(1,095)

1,270

(1,104)

Related party payable Other lia bilities Due to affiliates Total liabilities Share holder's equity Common stock Additional paid-in capital Accumulated other compre hensive loss

Retained earnings Total shareholder's equity Total liabilities and shareholder's equity $

2,672

4,769

4,135

( 8,904)

2,672

8,052

4,673

10,228

(14,901)

8,052

25,388

$

21,208

$

57,498

$

(38,190)

$

65,904

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING BALANCE SHEET December 31, 2014 (in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eliminatio ns

Consolidated

Assets Cash and cash equivalents

$



$

2,266

$

708

$



$

2,974

Finance re ceiva ble s, net —

2,401

30,599



33,000





7,060



7,060



17

2,054



2,071

1,095



149



1,244



23

149



172

28



601

(288)

341



11

373



384

29

18

315



362

6,787

1,965

400

(9,152)



7,684

4,059



(11,743)



Leased vehicles, net Restricted cash Goodwill Property and equipment, net Deferred income taxes Related party receivables Other asse ts Due from affiliates Inve stment in affiliates Total assets $

15,623

$

10,760

$

42,408

$

$



$



$

25,173

$

(21,183)

$

47,608

$

25,173

Liabilities and Share holder's Equity Liabilities Secured debt —

Unsecured debt Accounts payable and a ccrued e xpenses Deferred income

7,435



4,707



12,142

78

156

768



1,002





392



392



288

20

(288)

20

636







636





433



433

82

12

324



418



6,129

3,023

(9,152)



8,231

6,585

34,840

(9,440)

40,216





690

(690)



5,799

79

4,064

(4,143)

5,799

(433)

(64)

(410)

474

(433)

Deferred income taxes Related party taxes payable Related party payable Other lia bilities Due to affiliates Total liabilities Share holder's equity Common stock Additional paid-in capital Accumulated other compre hensive loss

Retained earnings Total shareholder's equity

2,026

4,160

3,224

(7,384)

2,026

7,392

4,175

7,568

(11,743)

7,392

Total liabilities and shareholder's equity $

15,623

$

10,760

$

42,408

$

(21,183)

$

47,608

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF INCOME Year Ended December 31, 2015

(in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eliminatio ns

Consolidated

Revenue Finance charge income $

Leased vehicle income Other income Total revenue Costs and expenses Salaries and benefits Other operating expenses Total operating expenses Leased vehicle expenses Provision for loan losses Interest expense Total costs and expenses Equity income Income before income taxes



$

403

$

2,978

$



$



3,381





2,807

2,807

13

505

139

(391)

266

13

908

5,924

(391)

6,454



332

394



726

64

105

649

(251)

567

64

437

1,043

(251)

1,293





2,200



2,200



398

226



624

488

18

1,250

(140)

1,616

552

853

4,719

(391)

5,733

941

579

116

(1,520)

116

402

634

1,321

(1,520)

837

(244)

25

410

Income tax (benefit) provision Net income

Comprehensive (loss) income



191

$

646

$

609

$

911

$

(1,520)

$

646

$

(25)

$

498

$

225

$

(723)

$

(25)

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF INCOME Year Ended December 31, 2014

(in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eliminations

Consolidated

Revenue Finance charge income $

Leased vehicle income Other income Total revenue Costs and expenses Salaries and benefits Other operating expenses Total operating expenses Leased vehicle expenses



$

194

$

3,281

$



$



3,475





1,090

1,090

68

432

178

(389)

289

68

626

4,549

(389)

4,854



249

365



614

159

(17)

657

(251)

548

159

232

1,022

(251)

1,162





847



847



334

270



604

232

23

1,309

(138)

1,426

391

589

3,448

(389)

4,039

757

523



(1,280)



434

560

1,101

(1,280)

815

(103)

12

369

Provision for loan losses Interest expense Total costs and expenses Equity income Income before income taxes Income tax (benefit) provision Net income

Comprehensive income



278

$

537

$

548

$

732

$

(1,280)

$

537

$

93

$

491

$

298

$

(789)

$

93

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF INCOME Year Ended December 31, 2013

(in millions) General Motors Financial Co mpany,

Non-

Inc.

Revenue Finance charge income Leased vehicle income Other income

$

Total revenue Costs and expenses Salaries and benefits Other operating expenses Total operating expenses Leased vehicle expenses Provision for loan losses Interest expense

Guarantor



$

140

Guaranto rs

$

2,423

Eliminations

$



Conso lidated

$

2,563





595



595

56

433

105

(408)

186

56

573

3,123

(408)

3,344



216

232



448

(100)

228

441

(247)

322

(100)

444

673

(247)

770





453



453



239

236



475

180

37

665

(161)

721





42



42

80

720

2,069

(408)

2,461

584

551



(1,135)



560

404

1,054

(1,135)

883

365



317

Acquisition and integration expenses Total costs and expenses Equity income Income before income taxes Income tax (benefit) provision Net income

(6)

(42)

$

566

$

446

$

689

$

(1,135)

$

566

$

580

$

449

$

700

$

(1,149)

$

580

Comprehensive income

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Year Ended December 31, 2015

(in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eli mi nati ons

Consolidated

Cash flo ws from operating activities Net income

$

646

$

609

$

911

$

(1,520)

$

64 6

Adjustments to reconcile net incom e to net cash (used in) provided by operating activities Depreciation and amortization

28

3

Accretion and amortization of loan and leasing fees



25

Amortization of carrying value adjustm ent



Equity in income o f affiliates Provision for loan loss es Deferred incom e taxes

2,372



2,40 3

(634)



(609)

(14)

(135)



(149)

(941)

(579)

(116)

1,520

(116)



398

226



62 4

(189)

2

319



13 2

Stock -based compensation expen se

33



3



36

Other

32

(5)

(64)



(37)

(3)

25

(126)



(104)

531

(349)



28 2

Changes in assets and liabilities: Other assets Accounts payable and accrued expenses

100

Taxes payable

(12)

1

(9 )



(20)

(636)







(636)



(14)



(13)



2,43 9

13,461

(1 7,5 17)



11,7 26

Related party taxes payable Related party payables Net cash (us ed in) provided by operating activities

1 (941)

996

2,384

Cash flo ws from investing activities Purchases of retail finance receivables, net Principal collections and recoveries on retail finance receivables



(13,997)

(16,981)



755

1 0,971

Proceeds from transfer of retail finance receivables, net



10,428

3,033

Net fun ding of commercial finance receivables



6

(1,023)



(1,0 17)

Purchases of leased vehicles, net





(15,337)



(1 5,3 37)

Proceeds from termination of leased vehicles





1,096



1,09 6

(513)

(536)





(1,0 49)

Dispo sition of equity interest



125





12 5

Purchases of property and equipm ent



(21)

(69)



(9 0)

Change in restricted cash



(43)

(221)



(264)

Change in other assets





30



30



14,412



Acqu isitio n of international operations

Net change in due from affiliates

(8,819)

(5,593)

(13,461)



Net change in investmen t in affiliates Net cash used in investing activities

(6)

(1,893)

(9,338)

(10,769)

— (18,501)

1,899



16,311

(2 2,2 97)

Cash flo ws from financing activities Net change in debt (original maturities less than three months)





1,147



1,14 7

Borrowings and issuan ce of s ecu red debt





2 2,385



22,3 85

Paym ents on secured debt





(15,178)



(1 5,1 78)

9,687



3,290



12,9 77





(1,709)



(1,7 09)

Net capital contributions

649



1,899

Debt issuance costs

(58)



(97)



1









9,766

4,646

(14,412)



10,279

9,766

1 6,383

(16,311)

20,1 17

Borrowings and issuan ce of un secured debt Paym ents on uns ecured debt

Other Net change in due to affiliates Net cash provided by financing activ ities

(1,899)

64 9 (155) 1

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents



(7)

266



25 9

Effect of foreign exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents





(172)



(172)

Cash and cash equi valents at beginning of period



2,266

708



2,97 4

Cash and cash equivalents at end o f period $



$

2,259

$

802

$



$

3,06 1

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Year Ended December 31, 2014

(in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eli mi nati ons

Consolidated

Cash flo ws from operating activities Net income

$

537

$

548

$

732

$

(1,280)

$

53 7

Adjustments to reconcile net incom e to net cash (used in) provided by operating activities Depreciation and amortization

14

2

976



99 2

Accretion and amortization of loan and leasing fees



4

(367)



(363)

Amortization of carrying value adjustm ent



(4)

(230)



(234)

Equity in income o f affiliates Provision for loan loss es Deferred incom e taxes Stock -based compensation expen se Other

(757)

(523)



1,280





334

270



60 4

1

127

(211)



(8 3)

18



1



19

137

(2)

47



18 2

Changes in assets and liabilities: Other assets

(18)

(14)

(56)



(8 8)

Accounts payable and accrued expenses

36

(25)

122



13 3

Taxes payable

(3)



(60)



(6 3)

Related party taxes payable

(7)







(7)

Related party payable





5



5

(42)

447

1,229



1,63 4

7,792

(1 4,7 49)



10,8 60

Net cash (us ed in) provided by operating activities Cash flo ws from investing activities Purchases of retail finance receivables, net Principal collections and recoveries on retail finance receivables



(8,220)



(99)

(14,321) 1 0,959

Proceeds from transfer of retail finance receivables, net



Net fun ding of commercial finance receivables



(128)

(1,770)



(1,8 98)

Purchases of leased vehicles, net





(4,882)



(4,8 82)

Proceeds from termination of leased vehicles





533



53 3

(46)







(46)

Purchases of property and equipm ent



(20)

(32)



(5 2)

Change in restricted cash



3

(235)



(232)

Change in other assets





(2)



(2 )

3,992



384



Acqu isitio n of international operations

Net change in due from affiliates Net change in investmen t in affiliates

6,369

1,423

(3,149)

(443)

(400)

(357)

(27)



(7,792)



Net cash used in investing activities

(3,552)

(2,565)

(8,727)

4,376

(1 0,4 68)

Cash flo ws from financing activities Net change in debt (original maturities less than three months)





470



47 0

Borrowings and issuan ce of s ecu red debt





2 1,080



21,0 80

Paym ents on secured debt





(16,890)



(1 6,8 90)

3,500



3,674



7,17 4





(1,889)



(1,8 89)

Net capital contributions

996



382

(382)

99 6

Debt issuance costs

(39)



(88)



(127)

(863)

3,989

866

(3,992)



(4,374)

10,8 14

Borrowings and issuan ce of un secured debt Paym ents on uns ecured debt

Net change in due to affiliates Net cash provided by financing activ ities

3,594

3,989

7,605

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents



1,871

107

2

Effect of foreign exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents





(78)

(2)

Cash and cash equi valents at beginning of period



395

679



Cash and cash equivalents at end o f period $



$

2,266

$

708

$



1,98 0 (80) 1,07 4 $

2,97 4

GENERAL MOTORS FINANCIAL COMPANY, INC. CONSOLIDATING STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Year Ended December 31, 2013

(in millions) General Motors Financial Company,

Non-

Inc.

Guarantor

Guarantors

Eliminations

Co nsolidated

Cash flo ws from operating activities Net inco me

$

566

$

446

$

689

$

(1,135)

$

566

Adju stments to reconcile n et income to net cash (used in) provided by operating activities Depreciation and amortization

8

2

535



545

Accretion and amortization of loan and leasing fees



2

(90)



(88)

Amortization of carrying valu e adjustment



(2)

(92)



(94)

Equity in inco me of affiliates

(584)

(551)



1,135





239

236



475

Deferred incom e taxes

9

133

37



179

Stock-bas ed compensation ex pense

9







9

(118)



(49)



(1 67)

Other assets

(71)

22

(78)



(1 27)

Accounts payable and accrued ex penses

73

34

88



195

Taxes payable

(6)

(5)

31



20

Related party taxes payable

84







84

Related party payable





(39)



(39)

(3 0)

320



1,55 8

7,906

(9 ,573)



7,52 4

Provision for loan losses

Other Changes in ass ets and liabilities

Net cash (used in) provi ded by operating activities

1,268

Cash flo ws from investing activities Pu rchases of retail finance receivables, net



(6,119)

Principal collectio ns and recoveries on retail finance receivables



(124)

Proceeds from transfer of retail finance receivables, net



6,921

Net funding o f commercial finance receivables



39

(1,351)

46

(1 ,266)

Pu rchases of leased vehicles, net





(2,262)



(2 ,262)

Proceeds from t ermination of leased vehicles





217





607



(2 ,615)

Acquisition of international operations

(3,222)

(11,360) 7,648 985

(7,906)



217

Pu rchases of prop erty and equipm ent



(3)

(13)



(16)

Change in restricted cash



(16)

(251)



(2 67)

Change in other assets





Net change in du e from affiliates Net change in investment in affiliates

3



3

(1,531)

(1,022)



2,553



(29)

(818)



847



Net cash used in investing activities

(4,782)

(1,142)

(5,777)

3,446

(8 ,255)

Cash flo ws fro m financing activities Borrowings an d issuance of secured debt





17,378



17,378

Payments on secured debt





(13,222)



(13 ,222)

2,500



2,724



5,22 4

(2,699)



(2 ,699)

Borrowings and issuance of uns ecured debt Payments on uns ecured debt





Borrowings on related party line of credit

1,100







1,10 0

Payments on related party line of credit

(1,100)







(1 ,100)



(1 ,416) 1,30 0

Repay ment of debt to Ally Financial Net capital co ntribution Debt i ssuance cost s Other Net change in du e to affiliates Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities





(1,416)

1,478



672

(850)

(3 0)



(46)



(76)

1



1



2

863

(35)

1,771

(2,599)



4,812

(35)

5,163

(3,449)

6,49 1

Net increas e (decrease) in cash and cash equ ivalents



(857)

654

(3 )

(2 06)

Effect of foreig n exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents





(12)

3

(9)

Cash and cash equi valents at beginning of period



1,252

37



1,28 9

Cash a nd cash equivalents at end of period $



$

395

$

679

$



$

1,074

ITEM 9.

CHANGES IN AND DISAGREEMENTS WITH ACCOUNTANTS ON ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE

We had no disagreements on accounting or financial disclosure matters with our independent accountants to report under this Item 9. Item CONTROLS AND 9A. PROCEDURES Evaluation of Disclosure Controls and Procedures We maintain disclosure controls and procedures designed to provide reasonable assurance that information required to be disclosed in reports filed under the Exchange Act is recorded, processed, summarized and reported within the specified time periods and accumulated and communicated to our management, including our principal executive officer ("CEO") and principal financial officer ("CFO"), as appropriate to allow timely decisions regarding required disclosure. Our management, with the participation of our CEO and CFO, evaluated the effectiveness of our disclosure controls and procedures (as defined in Rules 13a-15(e) or 15d-15(e) promulgated under the Exchange Act) at December 31, 2015. Based on this evaluation, required by paragraph (b) of Rule 13a-15 and or 15d-15, our CEO and CFO concluded that our disclosure controls and procedures were effective at December 31, 2015. Management's Report On Internal Control Over Financial Reporting Our management is responsible for establishing and maintaining effective internal control over financial reporting as defined in Rules 13a-15(f) and 15d-15(f) under the Exchange Act. This system is designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the reliability of financial reporting and the preparation of consolidated financial statements for external purposes in accordance with U.S. GAAP. Because of the inherent limitations of internal control over financial reporting, including the possibility of collusion or improper management override of controls, misstatements due to error or fraud may not be prevented or detected on a timely basis. Our management performed an assessment of the effectiveness of our int ernal control over financial reporting at December 31, 2015, utilizing the criteria discussed in the “Internal Control - Integrated Framework (2013)” issued by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission. The objective of this assessment was to determine whether our internal control over financial reporting was effective at December 31, 2015. Based on management's assessment, we have concluded that our internal control over financial reporting was effective at December 31, 2015. Changes in Internal Control Over Financial Reporting There were no changes made to our internal control over financial reporting during the quarter ended December 31, 2015, that have materially affected, or are reasonably likely to materially affect, our internal controls over financial reporting. Limitations Inherent in all Controls Our management, including the CEO and CFO, recognize that the disclosure controls and internal controls (discussed above) cannot prevent all errors or all attempts at fraud. Any controls system, no matter how well crafted and operated, can only provide reasonable, and not absolute, assurance of achieving the desired control objectives, and management was required to apply its judgment in evaluating the cost-benefit relationship of possible controls and procedures. Because of the inherent limitations in any control system, no evaluation or implementation of a control system can provide complete assurance that all control issues and all possible instances of fraud have been or will be detected.

Principales Diferencias entre los Criterios Contables establecidos por las autoridades financieras mexicanas y los Principios de Contabilidad Generalmente Aceptados en los Estados Unidos de América aplicables para GMF Inc. Las Sociedades Financieras de Objeto Múltiple en México son reguladas en cuanto a sus criterios y principios contables por las siguientes disposiciones: a) b) c) d)

La Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del Crédito (LGOAAC) La Ley de Instituciones de Crédito Ley de Mercado de Valores Las Disposiciones de carácter general aplicables a las emisoras de valores y a otros participantes del mercado de valores (Circular Única de Emisoras) e) Las Disposiciones de carácter general aplicables a las instituciones de crédito (Circular Única de Bancos) f) Las Disposiciones de carácter general aplicables a los almacenes generales de depósito, casas de cambio, uniones de crédito y sociedades financieras de objeto múltiple reguladas (CUIFE) g) Normas de Información financiera emitidas por el CINIF supletoriamente. Los Criterios Contables dictados por las regulaciones locales difieren de los principios de contabilidad generalmente aceptados en los Estados Unidos de América (“USGAAP”) en diversos puntos y criterios, sin embargo consideramos que dentro de los que aplican para GMF Inc. los más importantes son los siguientes: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII.

Reconocimiento de los efectos de inflación Estimación de Reserva Preventiva para Riesgos Crediticios Reconocimiento de Pasivo Contingente Costos por Emisión de Deuda Reconocimiento de Ingresos Crédito Mercantil Reconocimiento de posiciones fiscales inciertas

I. Reconocimiento de los efectos de inflación USGAAP Los principios contables aplicables en los Estados Unidos establecen como principio básico el costo histórico. Los efectos de Inflación No se registran en los estados financieros. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México A partir del 1 de enero de 2008, las Compañías en México suspendieron el reconocimiento de los efectos de la inflación en los estados financieros ante un entorno económico no inflacionario, sin embargo, los activos y pasivos no monetarios y el capital contable incluye los efectos de reexpresión reconocidos hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2007. A partir de la fecha señalada en el párrafo anterior, las Compañías en México solo reconocen los efectos de inflación en los estados financieros cuando el entorno económico califica como inflacionario. Un entorno económico inflacionario ocurre cuando la inflación acumulada de los últimos tres ejercicios es igual o mayor al 26%. II. Estimación de Reserva Preventiva para Riesgos Crediticios USGAAP La reserva para préstamos y arrendamientos se basa en la estimación de la probable pérdida inherente a los préstamos y portafolios de la compañía tanto comerciales como de consumo. La aplicación de una perdida debe ser acumulada y registrada en los estados financieros durante el período en que el incumplimiento ocurra y solo por el monto del incumplimiento que ha ocurrido a la fecha del balance general. La evaluación y medida de los incumplimientos de los préstamos y financiamientos ocurre a través de las siguientes metodologías: 1. Reserva específica establecida para préstamos y financiamientos específicos evaluados como en incumplimiento los cuales incluye pero no están limitados a los siguientes: a) b) c) d) e)

Automotriz mayoreo Préstamos a plazo para distribuidores y no distribuidores Líneas de crédito revolvente Arrendamientos financieros directos y para flotillas Factorización sin recurso

Si el valor presente de los flujos esperados es menor que el monto de la inversión en el préstamo, una reserva para el préstamo debe ser establecido en el balance general para dicho préstamo con el correspondiente cargo a la provisión para perdidas en el estado de resultados.

2. Reserva para portafolio la cuál es establecida para grupos grandes con saldos de préstamos pequeños y homogéneos los cuales son evaluados como en incumplimiento. Cualquier préstamo y financiamiento que no forme parte de grupos grandes con saldos de préstamos pequeños y homogéneos, será evaluado bajo la metodología de reserva específica. La reserva deberá ser establecida cuando es probable que los préstamos del portafolio se han deteriorado y el importe de la pérdida es razonablemente estimado. Los préstamos considerados en incumplimiento podrían ser requeridos para que no sean acumulables los ingresos que de ellos se generen a partir de que dichos préstamos presenten principal o intereses devengados no pagados con al menos 90 días de vencido. La descripción antes mencionada se fundamente de acuerdo a los principios contables US GAAP SFAS No. 114 “Accounting by Creditors for Impairment of a Loan” y SFAS No. 118 “Accounting by Creditors for Impairment of a Loan –Income Recognition and Disclosures entre otras. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México La estimación preventiva para riesgos crediticios para SOFOMES E.N.R. Emisoras se realiza de acuerdo a los lineamientos establecidos por la Comisión para SOFOMES Reguladas la cual establece la metodología para la calificación de cartera crediticia para la constitución de reserva, conforme a lo siguiente: Reserva de cartera consumo - Las reservas de la cartera de consumo no revolvente, se determinan evaluando la probabilidad de incumplimiento, la severidad de la pérdida y la exposición al incumplimiento, crédito por crédito, considerando los datos históricos de dicha cartera. La probabilidad de incumplimiento se determina de acuerdo al número de atrasos que tenga el cliente si tiene menos de cuatro mensualidades de atraso la probabilidad de incumplimiento se determinara con el promedio del porcentaje que representa el pago realizado respecto al monto exigible en los últimos cuatro periodos de facturación y si tiene 4 atrasos o más la probabilidad de incumplimiento será del 100%. En el caso de la severidad de perdida será del 65% si el atraso del cliente es menor a 10 mensualidades y de 100% si el atraso es de 10 o más mensualidades. Reserva de cartera comercial - La reserva de la cartera comercial se determina con base al artículo 110 de la Circular Única de Bancos (CUB). A partir de 2014, para la determinación de la calificación de cartera, se debe de considerar la probabilidad de incumplimiento, severidad de la pérdida y exposición al incumplimiento. Las reservas de la cartera comercial se determinan mediante la evaluación del puntaje crediticio total para créditos a cargo de Personas Morales y Personas Físicas con Actividad Empresarial, haciendo la separación de aquellos con ingresos netos o ventas netas anuales menores al equivalente en moneda nacional a 14 millones de Unidades de Inversión (UDIS) de conformidad con los anexos mencionados.

De estos puntajes se obtiene la probabilidad de incumplimiento, en el caso de créditos que se encuentren en cartera vencida la probabilidad de incumplimiento será del 100% y la severidad de perdida será del 45% El porcentaje requerido de estimación preventiva para la cartera, se determina en función del grado de riesgo asignado. III.

Reconocimiento de Pasivo Contingente

US GAAP Cuando existe una contingencia de pérdida la evaluación debe ser realizada en cuanto a la probabilidad de que el evento o eventos futuros ocurran confirmando la perdida Se establecen 3 categorías de probabilidad con respecto a la ocurrencia de una perdida: · · ·

Remota: La posibilidad de que el evento o eventos futuros ocurran son poco probables. Razonablemente posible: La posibilidad de que el evento o eventos futuros ocurran en más que remota pero menos que probable. Probable: El evento o eventos futuros son probable que ocurran aunque el umbral adecuado puede variar de acuerdo a una circunstancia en particular; la practica general ha aplicado una posibilidad de ocurrencia del 75%-80%.

El registro de la pérdida por contingencia es registrada solo cuando la probabilidad de una confirmación de un evento es designada “Probable” y el monto de la pérdida es razonablemente estimado. La descripción antes mencionada se fundamente de acuerdo a los principios contables US GAAP FASB ASC 450-10-25 “Contingencies- Overall” y SFAS No. 5 Accounting for Contingencies. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México El reconocimiento de un pasivo contingente se efectúa en base al Boletín C-9 de Pasivos, Provisiones, Activos y Pasivos Contingentes, en el cual se señala que se debe considerar como una obligación presente si el suceso ocurrido en el pasado ha producido o no el nacimiento de dicha obligación y en caso de duda, la ocurrencia o no ocurrencia de ciertos sucesos, la entidad procederá a determinar la existencia de la obligación presente, teniendo en cuenta toda la evidencia posible, entre los que se incluirá la opinión de expertos y a partir de esa evidencia le Entidad. · · ·

Si la obligación es probable se reconocerá el pasivo siempre que la existencia de la obligación a la fecha del balance sea mayor que la probabilidad de la inexistencia, Se revelara la obligación si la obligación presente es posible, esto siempre, y Cuando la obligación presente sea menor que la probabilidad que no exista y no habrá necesidad de revelación en el caso de que sea remota la probabilidad de salida de recursos.

IV.

Costos por Emisión de Deuda

USGAAP La norma ASU 2015-03 requiere que los costos por emisión de deuda asociados con deuda no revolvente sean presentados como una reducción al saldo principal de la deuda, con aplicación retrospectiva Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México Los costos por emisión de deuda son presentados de acuerdo al Anexo 33 de la CUB Criterio A2 Aplicación de Normas Particulares que menciona que en el caso de Pagos anticipados se aplicara la Norma de Información Financiera C-5 Pagos anticipados y se reconocerá como un pago anticipado en el rubro de Otros Activos. V.

Reconocimiento de Ingresos US GAAP El ingreso por cargo financiero relacionado a cuentas por cobrar de financiamiento es reconocido utilizando el método de interés efectivo. Las comisiones y cargos recibidos y los costos directos de originación de préstamos son generalmente diferidos y amortizados durante el término de las cuentas por cobrar de financiamiento relacionadas utilizando el método de interés efectivo y son eliminados del balance general consolidado cuando las cuentas por cobrar de financiamiento relacionadas son vendidas, canceladas o liquidadas. La provisión de ingresos por cargos financieros es suspendida en las cuentas que tienen 60 días o más de morosidad, cuentas en bancarrota y cuentas adjudicadas. Los pagos recibidos para préstamos en suspenso son aplicados primero a cualquier recargo que se deba, luego se aplican a cualquier interés pendiente de pago, y finalmente, cualquier monto restante recibido es aplicado al saldo principal. La provisión de intereses continúa una vez que una cuenta ha recibido pagos que regresan su estatus de morosidad a menos de 60 días. El ingreso por cargo financiero relacionado a cuentas por cobrar de financiamiento comercial es reconocido utilizando el método de acumulación. La acumulación de ingreso por cargos financieros es generalmente suspendida en las cuentas que tienen 90 días o más de morosidad, una vez que se recibe una notificación de bancarrota por parte del acreditado, o cuando existe duda razonable sobre la recuperación total del saldo principal e intereses acordados en el contrato. Los pagos recibidos para préstamos en mora son aplicados primero al saldo principal. La provisión de intereses continua una vez que una cuenta ha recibido pagos que la clasifican al corriente y que los cobros del saldo principal e intereses acordados en el contrato es razonable (incluyendo montos previamente cancelados) o, cuando se trata de reestructuraciones de deuda en problemas, cuando el pago es razonablemente asegurado con base a los términos modificados del préstamo. Los ingresos por arrendamientos operativos en vehículos arrendados son reconocidos por medio del método de línea recta durante el periodo del arrendamiento. Los cargos o costos netos

diferidos por originación son amortizados en línea recta durante el periodo del contrato de arrendamiento. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México Se deberá suspender la acumulación de los intereses devengados de las operaciones crediticias, en el momento en que el saldo insoluto del crédito sea considerado como vencido, entendiéndose como vencido lo siguiente: 1. Se tenga conocimiento de que el acreditado es declarado en concurso mercantil, conforme a la Ley de Concursos Mercantiles, o 2. Sus amortizaciones no hayan sido liquidadas en su totalidad en los términos pactados originalmente, considerando al efecto lo siguiente: a) Si los adeudos consisten en créditos con pago único de principal e intereses al vencimiento y presentan 30 o más días naturales de vencidos; b) Si los adeudos se refieren a créditos con pago único de principal al vencimiento y con pagos periódicos de intereses y presentan 90 o más días naturales de vencido el pago de intereses respectivo, o bien 30 o más días naturales de vencido el principal; c) Si los adeudos consisten en créditos con pagos periódicos parciales de principal e intereses, incluyendo los créditos a la vivienda y presentan 90 o más días naturales de vencidos; d) Si los adeudos consisten en créditos revolventes y presentan dos periodos mensuales de facturación vencidos o, en caso de que el periodo de facturación sea distinto al mensual, el correspondiente a 60 o más días naturales de vencidos, y e) Los documentos de cobro inmediato a que se refiere el criterioB-1“Disponibilidades”, Serán reportados como cartera vencida al momento en el cual se presente dicho evento. Asimismo, se deberá suspender la amortización en resultados del ejercicio de los ingresos financieros por devengar, así como del importe correspondiente a la opción de compra de los créditos por operaciones de arrendamiento capitalizable, en el momento en que el saldo insoluto del crédito sea considerado como vencido. A los créditos que contractualmente capitalizan intereses al monto del adeudo, les será aplicable la suspensión de acumulación de intereses establecida en el párrafo anterior. En tanto el crédito se mantenga en cartera vencida, el control de los intereses o ingresos financieros devengados se llevará en cuentas de orden. En caso de que dichos intereses o ingresos financieros vencidos sean cobrados, se reconocerán directamente en los resultados del ejercicio en el rubro de ingresos por intereses, cancelando en el caso de arrendamiento capitalizable o en operaciones de factoraje financiero el crédito diferido correspondiente. VI.

Crédito Mercantil USGAAP No se permite reversar deterioros reconocidos de crédito mercantil. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México

Bajo ciertas circunstancias es permitido reversar deterioros reconocidos de crédito mercantil. VII.

Reconocimiento de posiciones fiscales inciertas

USGAAP Se contabilizan las posiciones fiscales inciertas con base a un proceso de dos pasos en donde: (1) se determina si es más probable que no que las posiciones fiscales sean sostenidas en base a los méritos técnicos de la posición; y (2) para aquellas posiciones fiscales que cumplen con el probable reconocimiento, se reconoce el monto más alto de beneficio fiscal que sea mayor al 50% de probabilidad de que se materialice basado en la última negociación con la autoridad tributaria correspondiente. Se reconocen intereses y multas sobre posiciones fiscales inciertas en la cuenta impuesto sobre la renta. Criterios contables establecidos para instituciones financieras en México Se aplicaría la metodología indicada en el punto III. Reconocimiento de Pasivo Contingente, para su reconocimiento contable.

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