Goldman Sachs to offer wealth management services from $5,000

From 2020

James Baxter-Derrington
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The robo adviser will be offered both to United Capital's direct clients and to outside advisers who use Finlife
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The robo adviser will be offered both to United Capital's direct clients and to outside advisers who use Finlife

Goldman Sachs will offer digital wealth management services for investments as low as $5,000 from 2020 with a new robo adviser.

Joe Duran, founder of United Capital, a wealth management firm bought by Goldman Sachs for $750m in May, has said that his team is on track to launch a robo adviser in 2020, according to the FT. Duran...

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