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  1. 1. Goldman Sach <br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />1<br />“Goal is to assist clients with the tools and services needed to decrease administrative burdens of managing money to allow them to focus on increasing trading performance, building their business and attracting new sources of capital – Mission Statement”<br />
  2. 2. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />2<br />Company Brief<br /><ul><li>Founded 1869
  3. 3. Worldwide offices
  4. 4. Investment Services Industry</li></li></ul><li>Introduction <br />Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of services worldwide to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high net-worth individuals. <br />Founded in 1869, it is one of the oldest and largest investment banking firms. The firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong<br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />3<br />
  5. 5. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />4<br />Company Overview<br /><ul><li>Founded in 1869, been providing investment banking, securities, and investment management services to corporations, government, and high-net-worth individuals worldwide
  6. 6. operates in about 25 different countries and the United States.
  7. 7. Investment Banking, Trading and Principal Investments, and Asset Management and Securities Services.
  8. 8. The main headquarters for the company are located in New York, New York. </li></li></ul><li>Highlights of 2009<br />Net Revenues $45.2 bn<br />Net Earnings $13.4 bn<br />EPS $22.13 bn<br />Return on Equity 22.5%<br />2009 BVPS +23%<br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />5<br />
  9. 9. Resource Allocation<br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />6<br />
  10. 10. About Goldman Sach<br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />7<br />Over 50 Offices Worldwide<br />Tokyo<br />New York<br />Hong Kong<br />London<br />
  11. 11. About Goldman Sach<br /><ul><li>Approx 32,500 employees globally (4200 in Technology)
  12. 12. Approx 5000 employees in Europe ( 600 in Technology)
  13. 13. Approx $2,000 mn annual technology spend</li></ul>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />8<br />
  14. 14. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />9<br />What is Goldman Sach business?<br />Investment Banking<br />Investment Management<br />Global Investment Research<br />Equities<br />Merchant Banking<br />Technology<br />Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities<br />Human Capital <br />Management<br />Operations & Finance<br />
  15. 15. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />10<br />Services <br /><ul><li>Investment banking
  16. 16. Organizes transactions for corporations, financial institutions, and governments
  17. 17. -mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, the issuance of equity or debt capital, or a combination of these
  18. 18. Global relationships combined with its understanding of local economies, industries and cultures help to assist with elite advice and service consistently
  19. 19. Trading Division
  20. 20. Trading and Principal Investment
  21. 21. speeds up customer transactions and takes aptness positions through market making, trading of fixed income and equity products, currencies, commodities and swaps and other derivatives
  22. 22. The Trading and Principal Investments activities:
  23. 23. Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities, Equities and Principal Investments</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />11<br />Services<br /><ul><li>Asset Management
  24. 24. Deals with the investment necessities of institutions, governments and government agencies globally
  25. 25. A strong understanding in local economies, industries and cultures facilitates a global relationship which assists in assuring customers of their wants; being access to investment opportunities, consistent, risk-adjusted performance, and solid and consistent returns
  26. 26. Resources and Relationship and In-Depth Research
  27. 27. Resources and Relationships have offices in the United States, London and Tokyo where they offer access to portfolio management teams on-site and globally
  28. 28. In-Depth Research has a stronghold on research stems through cautious gathering of information and perspectives which facilitates knowledgeable decision making and objective of solid, consistent returns</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />12<br />Services<br /><ul><li>Securities Services
  29. 29. Securities services include Global Securities Services which is a group pertaining to Prime Brokerage, Securities Lending, Futures Services and Financing Services with a varying and global client base
  30. 30. Securities services include Global Securities Services which is a group pertaining to Prime Brokerage, Securities Lending, Futures Services and Financing Services with a varying and global client base. Goldman Sachs also offers a Prime Brokerage product
  31. 31. The Goldman Sachs Securities Lending programs give clients an opportunity to create incremental revenues through low risk and well-understood transactions</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />13<br />Services<br /><ul><li>Risk Management
  32. 32. Division which primarily delivers favorable returns compared to the market
  33. 33. Goldman Sachs client base looks to risk management to create performance dependable with their forbearance to risk
  34. 34. The company provides clients with mutual funds and asset management products in addition to specialized services for their institutional investors
  35. 35. Goldman Sachs looks to provide clients with global capabilities, flexible technology solutions and easy access to information. </li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />14<br />Major Subsidiaries<br /><ul><li>Goldman Sachs International
  36. 36. Cogentrix Energy
  37. 37. GS Capital Partners
  38. 38. Goldman Sachs (Asia) Finance
  39. 39. Goldman Sachs (Japan) Ltd.
  40. 40. Goldman Sachs Canada Inc.
  41. 41. Goldman Sachs Foreign Exchange (Singapore) Pte.
  42. 42. Goldman Sachs (UK) L.L.C
  43. 43. Goldman Sachs Bank USA
  44. 44. Goldman Sachs Foreign Exchange (Singapore) Pte.
  45. 45. Goldman Sachs L.L.C
  46. 46. GS Equity Markets, L.P.
  47. 47. GS European Performance Fund Limited
  48. 48. GSCP (DEL) Inc.
  49. 49. GSGF Investments Inc.
  50. 50. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
  51. 51. The Hull Group, L.L.C
  52. 52. Sargasso Limited
  53. 53. Menhetia Inc. </li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />15<br />Industry Segment<br /><ul><li>Composed of two segments:
  54. 54. investment management
  55. 55. investment banking and brokerage
  56. 56. Major reporting segments:
  57. 57. provides different services to clients
  58. 58. serve the purpose of bringing savers and borrowers together
  59. 59. By pooling the savings of individuals, they increase liquidity, improve diversification, and reduce transaction costs for investors
  60. 60. national full-line firms
  61. 61. large investment banks
  62. 62. regionals
  63. 63. New York City based brokers
  64. 64. discount and online brokers</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />16<br />Global Competitors<br /><ul><li>U.S based investment banks hold top six places in the global competitions
  65. 65. Global investment banks
  66. 66. Goldman Sachs
  67. 67. Citigroup
  68. 68. Morgan Stanley
  69. 69. JPMorgan Chase
  70. 70. Merrill Lynch
  71. 71. Europe’s Credit Suisse
  72. 72. UBS AG
  73. 73. Deutsche Bank </li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />17<br />Business Concerns <br /><ul><li>Reputation
  74. 74. Regulatory Issues
  75. 75. Risk</li></ul>- Financial<br />- Operational <br />- Systemic <br /><ul><li>Control
  76. 76. Security
  77. 77. Speed of Information
  78. 78. Time to Market
  79. 79. Business Continuity Planning</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />18<br />
  80. 80. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />19<br />External Analysis<br /> The Investment Services Industry<br />
  81. 81. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />20<br />Five Forces Analysis<br /><ul><li>Industry Attractiveness</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />21<br />Competitors Analysis<br /><ul><li>Strategy/Position
  82. 82. Merrill Lynch
  83. 83. Global Markets & Investment Banking
  84. 84. Global Wealth Management
  85. 85. Morgan Stanley
  86. 86. Institutional Securities
  87. 87. Global Wealth Management Group
  88. 88. Asset Management
  89. 89. Goldman Sachs</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />22<br />Competitive Advantage<br />
  90. 90. 3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />23<br />Firm’sManagement Style<br /><ul><li>Style - Management by objective
  91. 91. Employee’s are given control over goal setting.
  92. 92. Management only intervenes when something is not going right.</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />24<br />Organizational Structure<br /><ul><li>Flat
  93. 93. Minimum chain of command
  94. 94. Efficiency is key
  95. 95. Decentralized
  96. 96. Authority is delegated to divisions, functions and employees at lower levels. </li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />25<br />Organizational Values<br /><ul><li>Clients come first
  97. 97. Fiduciary responsibility
  98. 98. Creativity and Imagination
  99. 99. Ability to avoid pitfalls others could not because employee’s are challenged to “think out side of the box.”
  100. 100. Integrity and Honesty
  101. 101. Trust is key in financial industry</li></li></ul><li>3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />26<br />Ratios Show’s<br />
  102. 102. Presented By<br />Sunil Kumar Sahni<br />(MBA 2009-2010)<br />3/20/2010<br />Sunil K.Sahni<br />27<br />

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