We have been made aware that there are external parties falsely claiming to carry out financial services on behalf of Goldman Sachs (including Goldman Sachs Asset Management International and Goldman Sachs International) in order to market fake investment products and to solicit monetary payments. These external parties may pose as Goldman Sachs through the use of fraudulent communications via email, instant messaging or phone, as well as through the use of fake brochures and other documents containing Goldman Sachs branding and logos.
The Financial Conduct Authority of UK has issued warnings about these fraudulent activities which can be found here and here.
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Over the last two decades, investors have increasingly turned to Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs), in search of diversified exposure, cost-effectiveness and the defined strategy of an index-based solution. Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) has developed a range of ETFs that seek to meet the needs of today’s investors.
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ETFs have grown in popularity due to the many benefits they offer: intraday trading ease and relative transparency - all typically at lower total cost than most actively managed mutual funds.
Peter Thompson, Head of GSAM’s European ETF Business