Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs ranks as one of the best stock brokerage firms in the United States. Goldman Sachs was incorporated in the year 1869. It is headquartered at New York City. Goldman Sachs is also one of the biggest global investment banks of the world. Goldman Sachs is also a primary dealer in the Treasury Securities Market in the United States.

The founder of Goldman Sachs is Marcus Goldman, who was a German Jewish migrant.

Goldman Sachs functions as a leading financial consultant to a number of highly reputed institutions, organizations, as well as governments of important nations all over the world. It offers a variety of financial advisory services to its clients, which include underwriting services, private equity investments, wealth management services, proprietary trading services, as well as merger and acquisition advisory services.

The common stock of Goldman Sachs is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GS.

The principal business domains of Goldman Sachs are trading, investment banking, as well as securities services and asset management.

The products and services of Goldman Sachs can be categorized into the following types: Asset Management

Institutional
Products
Mutual Funds
Urban Investment Group Investment Banking

Global Investment Research Merchant Banking

Real Estate PIA
Principal Investment Area
Private Wealth Management

GS Bank
Office Locater
Trading and Capital Markets

Commodities
Economic Derivatives
Currencies
Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group
Equity Finance Group
Transition Management
E&P Capital
Goldman Sachs $ Investment Grade Indexes
Warrants
Mortgage Rates Calculator (CMM)
Electronic Execution and Clearing Securities Services

Prime Brokerage
Agency Securities Lending
Securities Lending

The principal competitors of Goldman Sachs are the following:
Bear Stearns
Credit Suisse
Banc of America Securities LLC
Citigroup
Dresdner Kleinwort
Lehman Brothers
Deutsche Bank
JPMorganChase
Morgan Stanley
Merrill Lynch
UBS
Raymond James
Wachovia Securities

The overseas branches of Goldman Sachs are located in the following countries:
Australia
Argentina
British West Indies
Brazil
China
Canada
Germany
France
Italy
Ireland
Korea
Japan
Mexico
New Zealand
Singapore
Russia
Spain
South Africa
Switzerland
Sweden
Thailand
Taiwan
United Kingdom

At present, the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Goldman Sachs is Lloyd C. Blankfein. Contact Details: Goldman, Sachs & Co.
85 Broad Street
New York, NY 10004
USA
Tel: 1-212-902-1000

 

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Last Updated on : 27th June 2013

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