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Apple Inc and Goldman Sachs Group Inc rolled out a virtual credit card, which will
help the iPhone maker diversify from device sales and also build out the Wall
Street bank’s new consumer business.
With the card, Apple aims to draw in iPhone owners with 2% cash back on
purchases with the Apple Pay service, no fees and an app to manage related
For Goldman, the card will enhance the bank’s focus on its Marcus consumer
banking brand, which it started in 2015 to even out volatile results from businesses
such as trading and investment banking.
Apple, Goldman Sachs start issuing Apple Cards
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement to
acquire United Capital Financial Partners, Inc. for $750 million in cash.
The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2019.
United Capital is a registered investment advisor with $25 billion of assets under
management and over 220 financial advisors serving 22,000 clients in over 90
offices across the United States.
Goldman Sachs acquired United Capital
Goldman Sachs Group is changing its management in Brazil and getting
rid of the post of local Chief Executive Officer.
Latin America co-heads Gonzalo Garcia and Ram Sundaram announced
that current CEO Maria Silvia Marques will become the chair of the bank's
They said Goldman's activities in Brazil will be led by a new executive
management committee with six members.
Goldman Sachs axes CEO job in Brazil
A group of top global banks including Goldman Sachs (GS) and HSBC (HSBA.L)
have invested $20m (£15.3m) in Bud, a London startup working on so-called “open
banking” technology. HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Australia’s ANZ (ANZ.AX), Investec
(INVP.L), and the venture capital arm of Banco Sabadell all took part in the funding
Bud was founded in 2015. The platform allows banks to integrate other company’s
products and services into their own apps and websites.
Goldman Sachs and HSBC invest $20m in startup
“With this investment we’re trying to tackle the quantitative hedge fund
space and do so front-to-back to create a seamless experience for our
clients, and just try to get as efficient as they are at doing their jobs,” –
Mike Blum, a Goldman partner and Chief Technology Officer of Electronic
Goldman Sachs approves a 3 year plan to spend
more than $100 million to overhaul its stock
The Goldman Sachs technology stack includes Java, Hibernate, Spring
Boot, Angular, DB2, MongoDB, Oracle, GS Search (proprietary search
tool), Elastic search, and Kafka.
Goldman Sachs Tech Stack
Marcus by Goldman Sachs is the firm’s consumer business. Marcus has
$50 billion in deposits, $5 billion in loan balances and 4 million customers
across the lending and deposits businesses, as well as the personal
financial management app, Clarity Money
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