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May 28, 2015 10:36 PM ET

Capital Markets

Company Overview of Goldman Sachs International

Company Overview

Goldman Sachs International provides a range of financial services to worldwide. The company operates through four segments: Investment Banking, Institutional Client Services, Investing & Lending, and Investment Management. The Investment Banking segment offers financial advisory services, including the advisory assignments related to mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, corporate defense activities, risk management, restructuring, and spin offs, as well as derivative transactions related to client advisory assignments; and underwriting services comprising public offerings and private placements of a range of securities, loans, and other financial instruments, as well as derivative transa...

Peterborough Court

133 Fleet Street

London,  EC4A 2BB

United Kingdom

Founded in 1966

5,730 Employees


44 20 7774 1000

Key Executives for Goldman Sachs International

Co-Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Age: 48
Co-Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director
Co-Head of United Kingdom Investment Banking
Head of German and Eastern European Operations
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Goldman Sachs International Key Developments

Singapore Investor Loses Suit Against Goldman Sachs International

A Singaporean investor lost her $50 million lawsuit against Goldman Sachs International in London for alleged breach of contract and was ordered to pay $15.5 million to the investment bank instead. Ms. Quah Su-Ling sued Goldman Sachs International for allegedly having "dumped" 65 million of her shares in the market in October 2013, causing a dramatic price fall. Goldman had held the shares in Asiasons, Blumont and LionGold together with other assets as collateral from Ms. Quah for a loan facility from which she had drawn about $56 million. Ms. Quah failed to pay back the full amount to Goldman when it notified her to do so in October 2013, so the bank sold her shares on the SGX. But the proceeds, together with sales of the other collateral assets, were not enough to meet her debts to the bank, which set up a counterclaim of $15.5 million against her. She also had broad exposure to investing in equities on the Singapore Exchange and at least two years' experience of buying securities or borrowing against assets on margin, the judge added. Last month, she applied to amend her suit against Goldman to allege that the bank failed to give her reasonable time to effect payment before issuing the notice of default and terminating the loan facility. Ms Quah also sought up to $50 million in damages for losses in share sale proceeds under the proposed changes to her suit. Justice Carr also noted that she had been probed by Singapore's Commercial Affairs Department and had her passport impounded. She had been cleared to appear via video-link had the case proceeded. The court noted Ms Quah was facing several other claims including one from the Bank of East Asia and arbitration proceedings brought by US-based Interactive Brokers LLC. She also recently settled a claim by Malayan Banking.

Goldman Sachs International Presents at Mining Indaba Conference, Feb-10-2015 01:30 PM

Goldman Sachs International Presents at Mining Indaba Conference, Feb-10-2015 01:30 PM. Venue: Cape Town, South Africa. Speakers: Colin Coleman, Partner, Managing Director, and Head of the Investment Banking Division of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Nextam Fund Limited Announces Change in Custodian

The Directors of Nextam Fund Limited announced that, with effect from 28 February, 2014, the prime broker agreement with Goldman Sachs International has been terminated and in its place State Street Bank and Trust Company has been appointed as a custodian to the fund, pursuant to a custody agreement, dated 30 January, 2014, between the company and the new custodian.

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