Sridhar Natarajan

Goldman said to have mulled acquiring boutique bank in mid-market push

That Goldman would even consider buying a smaller investment bank would have been almost unthinkable in the recent past.

Goldman invests over $100m in women-led startups

Goldman’s pledge to inject $500 million into firms run by women may help burnish the bank’s reputation among budding businesses.

Fed ramps up probe into Goldman over 1MDB compliance failures

The Fed doesn’t have the powers of a criminal prosecutor, but it can and often does sanction people involved in banking scandals.

US indicts 1MDB’s Low, ex-Goldman banker; Tim Leissner pleads

Tim Leissner, a former top Goldman banker in Asia who led Goldman Sachs’s bond offerings for the fund, pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money and to violating foreign bribery laws.

Goldman Sachs said to be shutting two Asia-based hedge funds

The two hedge funds operated under the Goldman Sachs Investment Partners division, which has about $4 billion in assets.

Credit Suisse picks new Asia private-bank heads as Ferrari exits

The bank tapped Francois Monnet and Benjamin Cavalli to help lead the wealth management business in North Asia and South Asia, respectively.

Goldman leans on deal-makers for wealth management ambitions

Banks like Credit Suisse Group AG have sought to integrate wealth-management and investment-bank offerings to win the most lucrative clients.

India: 12 large debtors attract big funds as govt nudges bad debt into spotlight

The assets held by the dirty dozen include Essar Steel, Bhushan Steel and Bhushan Power & Steel.