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Goldman Sachs Stands Out As The ‘Worst-Selling Fund Manager’ Worldwide In 2017


07/10/2017


Withdrawals beats outflows at GSAM almost by double the amount at GSAM.



Goldman Sachs Stands Out As The ‘Worst-Selling Fund Manager’ Worldwide In 2017
As per the data presented by Morningstar, the “Asset Management’s mutual funds” of Goldman Sachs saw its investors pulling an “estimated” amount of “$26.7” till date in the year of 2017, reported the Financial Times. As a result, Goldman turned out to be the “world's worst-selling fund manager globally”.
 
The above mentioned outflow figures nearly accounts for over fifty percent of GSAM’s “asset manager’s strategies globally”, said the Financial Times. Federated Investors, “the second-worst selling fund house”, experienced that the outflows of Goldman were twice as much as the “level of withdrawals”.
 
There was a seven percent drop in GSAM’s revenues in the year 2016, while its profit collapsed by seventeen percent, whereas in the first quarter of 2017 alone GSAM witnessed a revenue drop of seven percent in comparison to the “previous three-month period”.
 
 
References:
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