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200 West Street

New York, NY 10282

United States

Phone: 212-902-1000

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on include assets under management and other client assets. Assets under management include client assets where the company earns a fee for managing assets on a discretionary basis. This includes net assets in its mutual funds, hedge funds, credit funds and private equity funds (including real estate funds), and separately managed accounts for institutional and individual investors. Other client assets include client assets invested with third-party managers, bank deposits, and advisory relationships where the company earns a fee for advisory and other services. Assets under supervision do not include the self-directed brokerage assets of the company’s clients. Long-term assets under supervision represent assets under supervision excluding liquidity products. Liquidity products represent money markets and bank deposit assets. Incentive Fees In certain circumstances, the company is also entitled to receive incentive fees based on a percentage of a fund’s or a separately managed account’s return, or when the return exceeds a specified benchmark or other performance targets. Such fees include overrides, which consist of the increased share of the income and gains derived primarily from the company’s private equity funds when the return on a fund’s investments over the life of the fund exceeds certain threshold returns. Transaction Revenues The company receives commissions and net spreads for facilitating transactional activity in high-net-worth client accounts. The company also earns net interest income primarily associated with client deposits and margin lending activity undertaken by such clients. Regulation The implications of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act for the company’s businesses continue to depend to a large extent on the implementation of the legislation by the Federal Reserve Board, the FDIC, the SEC, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and other agencies, as well as the development of market practices and structures under the regime established by the legislation and the implementing rules. Under the system of ‘functional regulation’ established under the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, the Federal Reserve Board serves as the primary regulator of the company’s consolidated organization, and defers to the primary regulators of its U.S. non-bank subsidiaries with respect to the activities of those subsidiaries. Such ‘functionally regulated’ U.S. non-bank subsidiaries include broker-dealers registered with the SEC, such as the company’s principal U.S. broker-dealer, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (GS&Co.), entities registered with or regulated by the CFTC with respect to futures-related and swaps-related activities and investment advisers registered with the SEC with respect to their investment advisory activities. The company’s principal U.S. bank subsidiary, GS Bank USA, is supervised and regulated by the Federal Reserve Board, the FDIC, the New York State Department of Financial Services, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The Goldman Sachs Trust Company, N.A., a national banking association that is limited to fiduciary activities, is regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and is a member bank of the Federal Reserve System. The Goldman Sachs Trust Company of Delaware, a Delaware limited purpose trust company, is regulated by the Office of the Delaware State Bank Commissioner. Transactions between GS Bank USA or its subsidiaries are regulated by the Federal Reserve Board. GS Bank USA accepts deposits, and those deposits have the benefit of FDIC insurance up to the applicable limits. The FDIC’s Deposit Insurance Fund is funded by assessments on insured depository institutions, such as GS Bank USA. GS&Co. is registered as a broker-dealer, a municipal advisor and an investment adviser with the SEC and as a broker-dealer in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Self-regulatory organizations, such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. and the NYSE, adopt rules that apply to, and examine, broker-dealers, such as GS&Co. Other subsidiaries, including Goldman Sachs International Bank, the comp

 

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