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Company Overview of Goldman Sachs Trust - Goldman Sachs Growth Opportunities Fund

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Jim O'Neill Ph.D.

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Dr. Jim O'Neill, Ph.D. serves as Advisor of Erudify AG. Dr. O'Neill served as the Partner and Chief Economist at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. He coined the acronym BRICs, which has become synonymous with the emergence of Brazil, Russia, India and China as the growth opportunities of the future. He serves as a Non-Executive Director in the British Department for Education. He serves on the advisory boards of several think-tanks and educational charities, including ...

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200 West Street
New York, New York 10282

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Chairman and Founding Trustee


Honorary Doctorate 2009
University Of London
Unknown/Other Education 1978
The University of Sheffield
PhD 1982
University of Surrey

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