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symbol GS
会社名 Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS ゴ―ルドマン・サックス・グル―プ)
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業種 投資銀行_証券サ―ビス   金融(Financials)
概要 事業概要 ゴールドマン・サックス・グループ(The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.)は企業、金融機関、政府、個人に各種金融サービスを提供する投資銀行、証券と投資管理会社である。同社は4つの事業区分により構成される。投資銀行事業は財務アドバイザリーと引受事業を含む。機関投資家サービス事業は市場を作り、債券、株式、通貨とコモディティ商品の取引を促進する。投資・貸付活動事業は負債証券とローン、公的・私的株式証券、インフラストラクチャー及び不動産等の各種資産クラスにわたる投資とリレーションシップ・バンキング事業を含む。投資管理事業は投資とウェルス・アドバイザリー・サービスを提供する。  ゴ―ルドマン・サックスは米国大手の投資銀行。企業、金融機関、政府機関、個人に対し投資銀行、証券、資産運用事業を米国内外で展開。合併買収、財務再編関連アドバイス、株式、債券引受業務のほか、機関投資家に対し債券、株式、証券、金属商品、外貨、デリバティブ商品の仲介、融資・投資アドバイスや資産運用管理サ―ビスも提供。本社はニューヨーク。  The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.
本社所在地 212 902-1000
代表者氏名 David Solomon
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +1 212-902-1000
設立年月日 1989年
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 34000人
url www.gs.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 14653.00000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 70414.85000
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 53182.00000
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 474134.85000
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 9373.00000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Goldman Sachs Group Inc revenues increased 22% to $53.18B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 16% to $9.37B. Revenues reflect Investing_Lending segment increase of 25% to $8.25B Americas segment increase of 13% to $22.34B Net Interest Margin Total -% increase of 19% to 0.43% Net Interest Spread Total -% increase of 15% to 0.31%.

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   Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System: Supreme Court Vacates Class Certification Order in Decade-Long Class Action, Clarifying That Courts May Consider the Materiality of Alleged Misstatements in Applying Fraud-on-the-Market Presumption  2021/06/30 21:52:07 JD Supra
On June 21, 2021, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System, vacating a decision of the Second Circuit that affirmed certification of a securities fraud class action against The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. By: Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
   Copper''s Indispensable Role in Clean Energy Could Drive Price of the Metal Up 66%  2021/06/30 21:18:02 Benzinga
Image Provided By Flickr In a report released last May, Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS ) analysts estimated that copper prices could skyrocket to $15,000 per ton , a growth of more than 66%, by 2025. While many commodities are enjoying a recent price boost thanks to increasing demand as national economies reopen, coppers recovery has been especially strong due to the increased urgency with which nations are shifting toward greener technologies and energy sources. The metal that helped spark the dawn of civilization more than 10,000 years ago is now thought to be key to helping us transition to a more sustainable future. Heres why the clean energy market has made analysts so bullish on copper. Copper As the New Clean Energy Commodity In the same report, Goldman Sachs called copper the new oil, a bold statement but not without merit. The highly conductive, naturally corrosion-resistant metal is already a staple resource in the manufacturing of most electronics. As economies worldwide drive
   Dow Jones Rises 185 Points As Boeing Tests Key Support Level; 5 IPOs Score Bullish Gains  2021/06/30 19:10:56 Investor''s Business Daily
The Dow Jones led the way in afternoon trading Wednesday, helped by strong showings from Walmart, Boeing and Goldman Sachs. The post Dow Jones Rises 185 Points As Boeing Tests Key Support Level; 5 IPOs Score Bullish Gains appeared first on Investor''s Business Daily .
   Crypto of the Day: Universal Market Access (UMA). See Why!  2021/06/30 18:06:52 Benzinga
One of cryptocurrency''s most significant advantages is its unrestricted accessibility. Unfortunately, classic derivative financial contracts are quite the opposite of unrestricted and easily accessible. The process to enter a swap position is currently riddled with verification questions and daunting legal responsibility. To get set up with a brokerage account, you''ll have to complete the know your customer, anti-money laundering and investor suitability questions. On top of this, many brokerage accounts have a minimum required amount of money you will need to put up before you can get started. If your positions fall past the available limit into negative equity, you could be charged with legal recourse. Universal market Access does not require any personal verification because it doesn''t rely on a system of trust between multiple entities. Instead, UMA is an open-source protocol that facilitates any two parties to design and create their own financial contracts. This protocol is all done through Ethereum smart contracts that ensure a completely trustless and decentralized framework that cuts out the risk of human error.
   Fintech Focus For May 21, 2021  2021/05/20 23:11:07 Benzinga
Quote To Start The Day: “A smile cures the wounding of a frown.” Source: William Shakespeare One Big Thing In Fintech: As part of a vision to democratize access to actionable and timely stock market information, Benzinga partnered with Nasdaq Inc. Apart from supporting firms like Apple Inc, Alphabet Inc, and Microsoft Corporation, from their earliest stages, Nasdaq offers numerous other products and services, all of which increase market access and transparency for both institutions and retail participants. Through this new partnership, the businesses that rely on Nasdaq for data will be able to tap into Benzinga’s Market Newswires feed, with ease, unlocking access to content crafted by a team of in-house reporters, analysts, and editors. Newswires include individual stock coverage, Canadian asset coverage, cryptocurrency, macroeconomics, and innovations such as the Why-is-it-Moving API, which gives the 1-sentence reason why a stock is trading higher or lower on a given day. Source: Benzinga Other Key Fintech Developments: Nasdaq: Building the SIP Autobahn.
   Key takeaways from Goldman-backed Marqeta's IPO paperwork, from its revenue concentration with Square to how the $4.3 billion fintech makes money  2021/05/19 13:32:01 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Marqeta helps companies like Instacart and Square issue credit and debit cards Marqeta is an infrastructure fintech, meaning it sells software that enables companies to issue credit and debit cards. The fintech was launched in 2010 by Jason Gardner, who previously founded PropertyBridge, acquired by MoneyGram in 2007. Marqeta powers companies like DoorDash, Instacart, Affirm, and Klarna's ability to issue both physical and digital cards. While Marqeta started with debit cards, it added credit cards to its platform in February. It has also nabbed customers in the financial services industry, including Goldman Sachs' digital bank Marcus and JPMorgan. The fintech unveiled its card-issuing API in 2014, which allows customers to issue physical and virtual cards for spending. It's proven popular with use cases like on-demand delivery, where a company like Instacart can instantly issue a virtual card to one of its shoppers while they're checking out at the grocery store.
   Goldman Sachs co-CIO Marco Argenti detailed the key tenets to be an engineer at the bank. Read the full internal memo here.  2021/05/19 11:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Goldman Sachs might be a bank, but it still wants its engineers to think like they're at a tech firm. Even before the creation of Goldman Sachs' consumer business and launch of Marcus, which has been described by the bank as a startup with 150 years of experience, the firm has always valued the importance of tech and the crucial role it plays in finance. It's a trend only underscored by the fact that roughly a quarter of all Goldman Sachs employees — or around 10,000 people, according to a spokesperson for the bank — work in engineering roles. The focus on leading with tech has also translated into new ways of managing as well. Co-chief information officer Marco Argenti joined Goldman from Amazon Web Services in 2019, where he served as vice president of technology, overseeing all aspects of the product life cycle. Since then he's made a concerted effort to bring some of the leadership style of his former employer to Goldman. That was on display on May 14 when Argenti conveyed what he identified as the defining principles of the engineering work conducted at Goldman.
   Goldman Sachs buys stake in contract research firm Aragen Life Sciences  2021/05/19 06:48:40 Economic Times India
Wall Street behemoth Goldman Sachs has taken a significant minority stake in Aragen Life Sciences, formerly known as GVK Biosciences, a leading contract research organization (CRO), the company announced today. Goldman Sachs, an active investor in India, has acquired shares previously held by ChrysCapital and other existing shareholders.The private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, is all set to acquire about 33% stake in Hyderabad-based GVK Biosciences, making pharma & healthcare as the favourite investment destination amid Covid pandemic, ET reported on Monday.In January, ET first reported that bulge bracket private equity funds including a fund managed by Goldman Sachs Inc have been shortlisted for acquiring minority stake in GVK Biosciences. The other contenders who were in the race include Carlyle Group, Warburg Pincus, General Atlantic and Quadria Capital and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings.The deal will value Aragen, co-promoted by the GVK Group and DS Brar, the former CEO & managing director of Ranbaxy Laboratories, at Rs7300 crore ($1 bn), ET reported.Existing shareholder Chryscapital will sell its 17% stake along with promoters who will dilute about 16% stake in Aragen.Aragen is a leading provider of outsourced discovery, development, and manufacturing services across both large and small molecule platforms.
   Goldman Sachs buys stake in contract research firm Aragen Life Sciences  2021/05/19 06:48:40 Economic Times India
Wall Street behemoth Goldman Sachs has taken a significant minority stake in Aragen Life Sciences, formerly known as GVK Biosciences, a leading contract research organization (CRO), the company announced today. Goldman Sachs, an active investor in India, has acquired shares previously held by ChrysCapital and other existing shareholders.The private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, is all set to acquire about 33% stake in Hyderabad-based GVK Biosciences, making pharma & healthcare as the favourite investment destination amid Covid pandemic, ET reported on Monday.In January, ET first reported that bulge bracket private equity funds including a fund managed by Goldman Sachs Inc have been shortlisted for acquiring minority stake in GVK Biosciences. The other contenders who were in the race include Carlyle Group, Warburg Pincus, General Atlantic and Quadria Capital and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings.The deal will value Aragen, co-promoted by the GVK Group and DS Brar, the former CEO & managing director of Ranbaxy Laboratories, at Rs7300 crore ($1 bn), ET reported.Existing shareholder Chryscapital will sell its 17% stake along with promoters who will dilute about 16% stake in Aragen.Aragen is a leading provider of outsourced discovery, development, and manufacturing services across both large and small molecule platforms.
   Stock Market Today: Strong Start to Earnings Season Sends Dow Higher | Kiplinger  2021/04/14 21:04:00 Kiplinger
Goldman Sachs' (GS) record Q1 and a strong day for Chevron (CVX) helped keep the Dow in positive territory on an otherwise choppy Wednesday.
   US stocks slip from record highs as tech sell-off overshadows blockbuster bank earnings (INX, DJIA, COMPX, NDX, JPM, GS, WFC, RUT, COIN)  2021/04/14 20:03:06 Business Insider
Summary List Placement US stocks edged back from record highs Wednesday, with the S&P 500 index hurt as technology shares lost ground while earnings beats by big banks helped fuel gains in the financial sector. The equity market was choppy after the S&P 500 began at a record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record intraday high, powered by gains for Goldman Sachs, which beat revenue and profit expectations on strong trading and investment banking revenue. JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo also turned in profit that surpassed Wall Street's targets. Here's where US indexes stood at 4 p.m. on Wednesday: S&P 500 : 4,124.84, down 0.4% Dow Jones Industrial Average : 33,732.14, up 0.16% (54.87 points) Nasdaq Composite : 13,857.84, down 1% The earnings beats by the banks "put recovery stocks right back on track. Nasdaq is negative today … retail is up, banks are up, energy is up and we're back to those value stocks," Eric Diton, president and managing director of investment advisory firm The Wealth Alliance, told Insider.
   Goldman Sachs' CFO just explained why the bank is pushing to shut down old tech and making big plans to migrate to the cloud  2021/04/14 19:03:18 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Plans for leaning more on cloud technology at Goldman Sachs aren't just up in the air. The firm is evolving the next phases of its planned transition to more cloud-based infrastructural systems, according to new remarks by one of its top executives. Stephen Scherr, Goldman Sachs' chief financial officer, said Wednesday on the company's 2021 first-quarter earnings call that Goldman is increasingly leaning into cloud technology. "Our new builds are largely, perhaps not exclusively, but largely cloud-based," he said, according to a transcript of the earnings call accessed on the data and research platform Sentieo. "We're riveted and focused on doing that so as to eliminate legacy technology [and] build in the cloud," Scherr added. Scherr's comments are a nod toward financial firms increased efforts to shut down older systems built on internal, physical servers and move towards cloud-based development, which can offer both cost savings and increase efficiency when innovating .
   Citi has shuffled leadership across its newly formed wealth division as it makes a push to attract the ultra-wealthy across the globe (C)  2021/04/14 18:37:06 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Citi has named new leadership for its recently formed wealth management division as it looks to expand its footprint in the global wealth market. Ida Liu, a longtime Citi executive who was most recently head of the private bank in North America focused on ultra-wealthy clients, was named global head of private banking, the bank told employees Wednesday. Liu's remit encompasses the bank's private capital group, global trust, and private bank global marketing operations, Jim O'Donnell, head of Citi Global Wealth, said in a memo to employees that Insider reviewed. Liu's replacement will be named shortly. Regional private banking heads will report to Liu and their regional management, the memo added. Fabio Fontainha, who has served as head of retail banking for Asia Pacific, and Steven Lo, head of the private bank in Asia, were named co-heads of wealth in Asia. And Luigi Pigorini, who leads the private bank for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), will now also lead and manage all of Citi's wealth businesses for those regions. "Our clients are looking for more — whether it's access to investment opportunities and advice, tools and analytics, a focus on environmental, social and governance concerns or more engaging digital experiences," O'Donnell, a longtime Citi leader who was previously global head of investor sales and relationship management, said in the memo.
   Goldman Sachs reports record profits after complaints of 100-hour work weeks  2021/04/14 18:14:10 New York Post
Goldman Sachs delivered record sales and profits on Wednesday -- just weeks after a group of overworked junior analysts griped in a viral PowerPoint presentation that the Wall Street giant was forcing them to work around the clock.

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世界的な金融危機からの離脱とアベノミクスによる景気回復を受けて、証券業界には追い風が吹いている。また、14年1月のNISA(少額投資非課税制度)スタートで「貯蓄から投資へ」の流れも定着するとの期待が高い。一方で、世界的な規制強化に対応するためのコスト負担も増えており、トップラインの拡大への投資が今後の鍵となりそうだ。
「投資銀行」は、企業が資金調達のために発行する株式や債券の引き受けを主な業務とし、M&Aの仲介や資産の証券化など財務戦略に関するアドバイスを行う金融機関。日本の大手証券会社や銀行グループも投資銀行業務を行っている。
個人や企業から預金を集めて、それを企業や個人に融資をする金融機関。営業基盤が全国規模の都市銀行、営業基盤が一地方に限定された地方銀行、顧客の財産管理の代行が主要業務である信託銀行などがある。

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