MarketsMuse blog update profiles Goldman Sachs preparing for a launch of its own ETFs. Goldman Sachs is the largest U.S. investment bank and they are finally going to make the move to become a huge player in the ETF industry. The firm has completed all its necessary paperwork with the SEC as of May 4th for its six ETFs. These six new ETFs include: Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta International Equity ETF (GSIE), Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Emerging Markets Equity ETF (GEM), Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Europe Equity ETF (GSEU), Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Japan Equity ETF (GSJY), Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta U.S. Large Cap Equity ETF (GSLC) and the Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta U.S. Small Cap Equity ETF (GSSC). This MarketsMuse blog update is courtesy of ETFTrends’ Tom Lydon and his article, “Goldman ETFs Near Liftoff“, with an excerpt below.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), the largest U.S. investment bank, is getting closer to launching its own exchange traded funds.
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission dated May 4, New York-based Goldman Sachs revealed tickers and fund managers for its six “ActiveBeta” ETFs as well as tickers for its five passively managed ETFs.
Among Goldman the managers for the ActiveBeta ETFs are “Steve Jeneste, a managing director most recently oversaw portfolio management of macro and multi-asset strategies. Another is Raj Garigipati, vice president, who most recently served as chief risk officer for Goldman’s QIS unit,” reports Chris Dieterich for Barron’s.
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