Goldman Sachs

What the new Apple credit card means for Goldman Sachs

03/25/19

The Silicon Valley partnership represents an extension of — but also a departure from — the consumer strategy that Goldman has been pursuing since the launch of its digital consumer bank, Marcus.

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Apple Card raises pressure on banks — and fintechs

03/25/19

The new Apple Card wasn't just one product of many announced at the Steve Jobs Theater on Monday — it was the glue that binds all of Apple's new services together.

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Apple Card: 7 key takeaways

03/25/19

Apple's new credit card isn't just another virtual card in its virtual wallet. It borrows a lot of features from the most successful brands in payments and technology.

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Goldman Sachs says U.K. women earn half as much per hour as men

03/25/19

Goldman Sachs pays women in the U.K. an average of 50.6 percent less than male colleagues per hour, although this is an improvement on the 56 percent gap the Wall Street firm reported a year ago.

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Pennsylvania says big banks fixed GSE bond prices

03/22/19

In the second lawsuit of its kind, more than a dozen of the world's largest banks are accused of price fixing on roughly $486 billion of bonds issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Fintechs try wooing banks back to construction lending

03/14/19

Software startups say bringing borrowers, builders and lenders onto one digital platform can remove some of the risks lenders faced during the crisis.

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Fintechs look to Mexico for growth; Amex’s next hurdle

03/14/19

Fintech investors, including Goldman Sachs, see opportunity in Mexico; firm’s growth in lending could be a problem if economy goes south.

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Fintech venture capitalists to banks: Stay out of our lane

03/13/19

Leading investors say too many traditional financial institutions, out of their depth in fintech investment, end up placing controls that slow down otherwise nimble young companies.

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Wells Fargo rebuked; Goldman to open fund to outsiders

03/13/19

The OCC says it is “disappointed” with the bank as CEO Tim Sloan gets lambasted on Capitol Hill; Goldman Sachs is letting private investors participate in its in-house special-situations unit.

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Will single bond set stage for GSE overhaul?; Female-led firms borrowing more

03/08/19

SIFMA approval could bring new competitors and housing finance reform; number of applications rose but amount borrowed still lags other firms.

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