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Goldman Sachs Trust Co.

As an extension of the large investment banking and securities company that has been doing business since the mid-1800s, Goldman Sachs Trust Co. was founded in 2001 to specialize in wealth management and financial consulting. Goldman Sachs Trust Co. is built to work with high-net-worth clients who are looking to ensure the security of their current financial portfolios and grow their existing wealth.

The Goldman Sachs Trust Co. does not include the offerings of traditional consumer banks such as ATMs, simple savings and checking accounts and other personal banking and lending services. Instead, it works with clients to determine a long-term financial plan for each client's aims for growing their wealth and transferring monies to other family members and any charity and philanthropic groups.

Wealth management services with the Goldman Sachs Trust Co.

  • Global investing opportunities.
  • Long-term financial planning.
  • Trust funds and estate administration -- planning and allocation of wealth for future family members.
  • Large-scale client lending services to help fund investing opportunities.
  • Asset management.

Check out Goldman Sachs Trust Co.'s Safe & Sound rating on Bankrate.com. The Goldman Sachs Trust Co. has private wealth management offices throughout the world. Its headquarters are located here:

85 Broad St.
New York, NY 10004

To reach the headquarters in New York, call (212) 902-1000. For a complete listing of the contact numbers of all of its locations across the globe, click here.

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