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GE 2016 first quarter
performance
Financial results & Company highlights
April 22, 2016
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Imagination at work.
1Q’16 overview
Environment
Execution versus goals
 Slow growth and volatile environment
2016 Goals
1Q’16
 GE Capital exit execution … filed for
flat
-b)
Grow
Industrial
profit
(3)%
organic
SIFI de-designation on March 31st
Organic revenue growth (2-4%) (1)%
GE executing well:
Margin expansion ex. Alstom
+30 bps.
-a)
 Industrial operating + Verticals EPS Alstom EPS ~$.05
$(.01)
$.21, +5%; Industrial segments
include $(.02) total FX impact
Disciplined/balanced capital allocation
CFOA $30-32B-c)
$7.9B
 Industrial margins-b) +30 bps. ex. Alstom
Capital dividend ~$18B-d)
$7.5B
 Diversified portfolio offsetting a
FCF + disp. $28-31B
$7.1B
challenging Oil & Gas market
Cash to investors ~$26B
$8.3B
 CFOA $7.9B … $7.5B Capital dividend
 Segment digital orders $1.2B, +29%
Portfolio actions $166B Capital deals signed
Industrial
Reported Organic
SIFI de-designation filed
Orders
1%
(7)%
Appliances targeting 2Q close-d)
Segment revenue
6%
(1)%
GE Asset Management signed
Segment op profit
Industrial op profit-b)
(7)%
(3)%
(4)%
0%
(a- Verticals include businesses expected to be retained including allocated corporate costs
(b- Excluding gains and restructuring & other items
(c- Deal taxes are excluded from CFOA and included in dispositions
(d- Subject to regulatory approval
Framework on track
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1Q’16 orders $23.5B, 1% … (7)% organic
Equipment
$
V%
Power
$1.8
Ren. Energy
1.8
Oil & Gas
0.7
Energy Conn.
2.0
Aviation
2.6
Healthcare
2.4
Transportation
0.1
Total
$11.0
Organic
Services
$
V%
F
F
(70)
37
(35)
3
(89)
(8)%
(18)%
$3.8
0.2
1.8
0.6
4.0
1.9
0.6
$12.4
53%
80
(19)
3
13
(1)
(18)
12%
4%
Backlog ($B)
Equip.
+2.0 %
(0.2)%
Power
Ren.
0.0%
(0.3)%
(1.2)%
O&G
(1.5)%
EC
Aviation
$268
$272
$270
71
70
72
70
198
200
199
1Q'15
2Q'15
Services 195
Core orders price 0.0%
+0.4 %
$266
Healthcare Trans.
'14
3Q'15
$315
$316
89
88
226
228
4Q'15
1Q'16
Highlights
 Equipment orders (8)% driven by Oil & Gas market
& Aviation 1Q’15 comparisons; strong orders in
Power driven by the H turbine, Renewable Energy
+94% ex. Alstom, Healthcare +6% organically
 Service orders +12%, +4% organically … Power
Services +17% ex. Alstom, Aviation +13%
 Alstom orders: Power $1.5B, Renewable Energy
$0.2B, Grid Solutions $1.2B
 Double-digit HCS U.S. equipment orders …
monitoring +20%, ultrasound +16%, CT +26%
3
Industrial segment execution
Segment
Segment
gross margins OP margins
Revenue growth
+2 pts.
+2 pts. (11) pts.
26.2%
25.4%
6%
(1)%
1Q
reported
FX
Disp.
Alstom
1Q
organic
+ 1Q volume impacted by gas turbine profile; 1Q’15
Power organic growth was 21%
+ No change to 2-4% organic estimate for the year
GE Store is a competitive advantage …
(2016E organic revenue growth)
“+” or better
“—”
Power
Oil & Gas
Renewables
Transportation
Aviation
Healthcare
2016 organic revenue +2-4%
+110 bps.
ex. FX
14.5%
12.8%
12.8%
(10) bps.
- bps.
(80) bps.
Core w/ Alstom
Industrial -b)
OP margins
(180) bps.
+30 bps. 11.3%
(120) bps.
Core w/ Alstom
Core w/ Alstom
Equipment (380) bps.-a)
Services +190 bps. -a)
Segment OP margins
1Q
Mix
Value gap (price/inflation)
Cost productivity
Gross Margins-a)
Simplification (SG&A)
Base inflation/other
Op Profit Margins -a)
Alstom
Op Profit Margins
0.3 pts.
0.1
(0.4)
- pts.
0.2
(0.3)
(0.1) pts.
(1.7)
(1.8) pts.
+80 bps.
ex. FX
+60 bps.
ex. FX
Will fund $.25 of restructuring & other items
in 2016
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(a- Excluding Alstom
(b- Industrial includes Corporate, excluding gains and restructuring
Generating cash
($ in billions)
V%
1Q CFOA
$7.9
GE cash balance walk
F
Total
Beginning balance 1/1/16
Capital
dividend
Industrial
FCF
Ind’l FCF
7.5
F
$1.3
0.5
0.9
0.4
2015
$0.5
$0.0
2016
$7.1
$(0.4)
(60)%
F
U
$10.4
CFOA
7.9
Dividends
(2.2)
P&E
(0.8)
Acquisitions
-
 1Q Industrial cash flow $0.4B, (60)% as
expected … impacted by Alstom $(0.4) and
working capital build for 2H shipments
Buyback
(6.1)
Change in debt/FX/other
0.2
 Received $7.5B Capital dividend … filed for
SIFI de-designation on March 31st
March 2016
$9.3
$8B cash returned to investors … $6B in buyback & $2B in dividends
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The value of GE
Value of diversified portfolio
+ Businesses expected to perform better
than December outlook
Aviation
+/++
Healthcare
+/++
Renewables
++
Power
++
‒ Expecting a tougher Oil & Gas market
Revenue ~(15)-(20)%
Op profit ~(30)%
 Will continue to restructure and win
in the marketplace
No change to 2016 EPS framework
Alstom performance
• $3B orders … strength in Power $1.5B
with services $1B; Grid $1.2B;
Renewables $0.2B
• $2.8B revenue … Power $1.4B,
Renewables $0.3B, Grid $1.1B
• Segment operating profit $(20)MM …
impacted by purchase accounting & FX
• Corporate $(183)MM … investment in
synergies, purchase accounting
• Synergy benefits ~$100MM … will ramp
up throughout the year
• 1Q EPS of $(.01) in line with expectations
On track for ~$.05 EPS for the year
6
Gas Power Systems overview
($ in billions)
Key metrics
++
Revenue
Business imperatives
1
$8
Utility/Industrial … heavy-duty gas
+ Performance … HA output & efficiency
= Execution … 8X factory output vs. ‘15
Equip. backlog
'15
'16E
$8
++
2
+ Speed … Power to grid in ~3 months
= Timing … “lumpy” demand
Market update
•
•
•
•
H-Class fastest growing segment
North America & Asia strong
Middle East & Africa mixed
 Argentina & Mexico opportunities
Fast Power … Aero engines
3
Extended Scope … Alstom synergy
+ Technology … Steam tail performance
= Convertibility … ’16 orders = ’17 revenue
115+ heavy-duty shipments … 1H ~40, 2H ~75
Delivering better customer outcomes & shareholder value
7
HA platform launch on-track
2016 Program
overview
Differentiated
technology
World-class
execution
 ~24 unit shipments
 ~$2B revenue
 TY margin positive
 Margin dilutive vs. ’15
 2 models fully validated
• Record output: 432MW
simple cycle & 603MW plant
• Fulfillment on-track: 4
shipments with 20+ to go
Orders backlog
35
16
Gas
turbines
Steam
turbines
39
17
Generators
HRSGs
• Flawless validation: zero
fault testing (7HA.02)
• Integrated solutions …
GE/Alstom power island
8
Driving product cost-out
Make vs. buy: 3D Airfoils
Design: Rotor Material
Latest HA designs vertically
integrated 3D technology
High-temp materials technology
for F-Class fleet (GE + Alstom)
From
5-57%
insourced
less expensive
%
70 material
$300-900K per unit
Increased capability drives
$12MM+ annual cost out
savings + services
$30MM+ lower cost
In Source: Generators
Utilize existing Alstom aircooled technology
50%
more GE
volume
$25MM+ margin from
cost out & capacity
utilization
on 2017 volume
9
Delivering accelerated HA returns
2016 Margin profile
Cost
2H’16+
Unit 12
1H’16
Expanded scope opportunity
Performance
A + B
A
Cost-out actions
30%
Rest of
Turbine
2015
Bid
2016
Ship
60% scope
20% scope
• 10th HA turbine =
1,000th F $/kw
Hot Gas
Path
2016
2014
in 1st year
1 GT/1 GEN
1 ST/1 HRSG
2 GT/GEN
$178/kw
Order
$/kw
$389/kw
Delivering higher $ value @ same MW sold
10
Integrated digital ecosystem
Design Validation
• Innovation speed
•  Reliability
• Enables digital twin
• Lower cycle time
Robust testing
• 7,000+ data streams
• >500 TBs of data
Flow
e-Design Models
s
Test
Field
Pressure
Performance Mapping
Advanced Manufacturing
• New design spaces
• Tighter tolerances
• Services upgrades
• Higher plant output
Continuous innovation delivering differentiated performance … $35MM+ per GT
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1Q’16 consolidated results
($ in billions – except EPS)
($ in millions)
1Q’16
$27.8
25.0
2.6
0.2
V%
6%
7
3
(21)
Industrial + Verticals EPS .21
Operating EPS
.06
Continuing EPS
.02
Net EPS
(.01)
5
F
F
F
Revenues
– Industrial
– Verticals-a)
– Other Capital-b)
CFOA YTD
- Industrial CFOA
7.9
0.4
F
(60)
Revenues
$
V%
Power
$5,204
13%
$573
1,669
62
83
46
Oil & Gas
3,314
(18)
308
(37)
Energy Connections
2,260
34
(85)
U
Aviation
6,262
10
1,524
16
Healthcare
4,183
3
631
7
981
(25)
164
(27)
3
115
13
Transportation
Appliances & Lighting
1,996
1Q’16 1Q’15
Industrial Segments
25,869 6/(1)
(58)%
U
Corporate ex. gains/restructuring
(968)
2
17
23
Industrial ex. gain/restructuring $24,901
7%
36
U
Industrial + Verticals EPS
Industrial operating
Capital Verticals-a)
1Q’16
$.15
.05
$.21
(a- Verticals include businesses expected to be retained including allocated corporate costs
(b- Other Capital includes HQ run-off & exit-related items
(c- Excluding Industrial gains and restructuring & other items
V%
(6)%
67%
5%
Organic
3,314 (7)/(4)
(431)
ex.
Alstom
(24)% (28)%
Renewable Energy
Organic
Consolidated tax rate
– GE (ex. GE Capital)
– GE Capital
Op profit
$
V%
60%
U
(6)%
25
Organic
$2,883 (3)/0%
Adj. V% -c)
5%
67%
14%
12
1Q’16 Industrial other items
EPS
Restructuring & other
items
Gains
$(.05)
$-
Summary
Restructuring & other items
Gains & settlements-a)
Total
 $(686)MM pre-tax, $(483)MM after-tax at Corporate
including Alstom deal costs & purchase accounting
items of $(164)MM pre-tax
 $59MM pre-tax, $38MM after-tax at Corporate
related to the sale of 30 Rock floors
1Q
2QE
2HE
2016E
$(.05)
~$(.11)
~$(.09)
~$(.25)
$-
~$.20
~$.05
~$.25
$(.05)
~$.09
~$(.04)
~$-
Gains = restructuring for the year but quarterly variability in timing
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(a- After tax impact based on estimated transactional tax rates
Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Power
1Q’16
Revenues
Segment profit
Op profit %
Renewable Energy
V%
1Q’16
13%
(18)%
Revenues
(24)%
(28)%
Segment profit
(5.4) pts.
(2.0) pts.
$
V%
$5,204
$573
11.0%
ex. Alstom
1Q dynamics
Op profit %
$
V%
V%
ex. Alstom
$1,669
62%
34%
$83
46%
60%
5.0%
(0.5) pts.
1.1 pts.
1Q dynamics
• $5.6B orders, +66% ... core equipment +57%
driven by GPS +2x with 25 GTs including 6 U.S.
HA units; core services +11%
• $2.0B orders, +110% ... core +86% on higher
wind units, +335 from prior year driven by
higher U.S. volume; Alstom orders $0.2B
• Revenue … core equipment (48)% driven by
GPS (47)% on 26 less GT shipments; core
services +5% driven by Power Services +7%
• Revenue … core +34% driven by higher wind
turbine shipments and mix shift to larger MW
units
• Segment profit (28)% excluding Alstom driven
by lower gas turbine volume and $(48) total FX
• Segment profit +60% excluding Alstom
primarily driven by higher volume
Power impacted by quarterly gas turbine profile; strong Renewables performance
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Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Aviation
1Q’16
Revenues
Segment profit
Op profit %
Oil & Gas
1Q’16
$
V%
$6,262
$1,524
10%
16%
Revenues
Segment profit
1.1 pts.
Op profit %
24.3%
1Q dynamics
$
V%
$3,314
$308
(18)%
(37)%
9.3%
(2.8) pts.
1Q dynamics
• $6.6B orders, (12)% … equipment (35)% on
fewer commercial engines; services +13% with
spares +2% … $153B backlog, +9% VPY
• $2.4B orders, (44)% with pressure across all
segments … D&S (74)%, TMS (48)%, Surface
(37)%, DTS (18)%, Digital Solutions (5)%
• Revenue … equipment +2% driven by Military
+8% partially offset by Commercial (4)%;
services +17%
• Revenue (18)% … Surface (41)%, Subsea &
Drilling (28)%, TMS (10)%, DS (10)%, DTS +3%
• Segment profit +16% on higher service volume
and cost productivity … margins +110 bps.
• Segment profit margin (280) bps. as cost-out
actions were more than offset by volume
decline; total FX headwind of $(95)MM
Strong execution
Market pressure continues
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Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Healthcare
1Q’16
$
Transportation
V%
1Q’16
$
V%
$4,183
3%
Revenues
$981
(25)%
Segment profit
$631
7%
Segment profit
$164
(27)%
Op profit %
15.1%
16.7%
(0.5) pts.
Revenues
0.7 pts.
1Q dynamics
Op profit %
1Q dynamics
• $4.2B orders, +1%, +5% organically … U.S. +3%,
Europe (3)% and +4% organically, China +11%
and +14% organically
• $0.7B orders, (56)% with equipment (89)%
driven by locomotives; service orders (3)%
organically
• Revenue +3%, +6% organically with HCS +4%
and Life Sciences +13%
• Revenue (25)%, (20)% organically with
equipment (41)% on lower locomotive
deliveries, services flat organically
• Segment profit +7% reported, +10% organic
driven by strong volume growth and cost
productivity … margins +70 bps.
• Segment profit (27)% driven by lower
locomotive volume
 Healthcare … strong volume & cost productivity
 Transportation … challenging market
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Industrial segments
($ in millions)
Energy Connections
1Q’16
$
Revenues
Segment profit
Op profit %
V%
Appliances & Lighting
V%
1Q’16
Revenues
Organic
$2,260
34%
(6)%
$(85)
U
U
(3.8)%
(5.5) pts. (4.3) pts.
1Q dynamics
• $2.7B orders, +27% … Alstom $1.2B; core (13)%
organically with Power Conversion (20)% on
softer oil & gas and Industrial Solutions (7)%
• Revenue +34%, (6)% organically with Power
Conversion (5)%, Industrial Solutions (7)%
• Segment profit of $(85)MM with core $(47)MM
driven by lower volume, digital investment, and
disposition impacts
Segment profit
Op profit %
$
V%
$1,996
3%
$115
13%
5.8%
0.5 pts.
1Q dynamics
• Appliances revenue +8% … industry strength
and favorable product mix offset by price
• Lighting revenue (9)% with LED +19% and
traditional (23)% … LED 39% of total revenues
• Segment profit +13% driven by strong deflation
& cost productivity; margins +50 bps.
 Energy Connections … expect better 2Q performance
 Appliances targeting 2Q close-a)
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(a- Subject to regulatory approval
GE Capital
($ in millions)
1Q’16 performance
GE Capital update
Earnings
Asset sales-d)
Verticals-a)
$496
Other Continuing
(1,389)
Capital
$(893)
Disc. Ops.
GE Capital
~$9B
1Q’16
(308)
Signings
~$42B
1Q’16
Closings
~$40B
To go
~$166B Complete
~$146B Complete
~$60B
To go
$(1,201)
• $81B of ENI ex. liq. … $127B incl. Disc. Ops.
• $106B of liquidity-b) … CP constant at $5B
• Basel 3 T1C-c) at 14.5%, flat VPQ after $7.5B
dividend in the quarter
 Other Continuing includes excess interest
expense, preferreds, hybrid tender,
restructuring, opex
 Returned $7.5B of capital in 1Q’16, targeting
~$18B in 2016 … on track for $35B-e)
 Applied for SIFI de-designation on March 31st
Capital transformation ~80% complete … continuing strong momentum in 2016
(a- Verticals include businesses expected to be retained including allocated corporate costs
(b- Liquidity includes cash & equivalents (including discontinued operations and held for sale balances) and high quality interest bearing deposits
(c- Basel 3 Tier 1 Common ratio estimated based on U.S. standardized transitional basis
(d- ENI ex liquidity as of 4Q’14
(e- Subject to regulatory approval
Note: Individual amounts are rounded. As a result, the sum of the parts presented may not add to the total
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2016 operating framework
1
Operating EPS-a)
$1.45-1.55
2
Free cash flow
+ dispositions
$28-31B
$29-32B
3
Cash returned
to investors
~$26B
• Organic growth of 2-4%
• Core margin expansion
• O&G  ~30% offset by Aviation,
Healthcare, Renewables, Power
• Corporate @ $2.0-2.2B
• Alstom ~$.05; Appliances gain ~$.20-c)
• Restructuring = gains
• Total FX impact ~$(.02) at today’s rates
• CFOA of $30-32B-b); ~$18B Capital
dividend-c)
$3-4B-b)
• Dispositions of $2-3B-b)
• Net P&E of ~$4B
• Dividend of ~$8B
• Buyback of ~$18B
(a- Industrial + Verticals
(b- Deal taxes are excluded from CFOA and included in dispositions
(c- Subject to regulatory approval
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