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Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) delivers innovative investment solutions through a global, multi-product platform that offers clients the advantages that come with working with a large firm, while maintaining the benefits of a boutique. GSAM is one of the pre-eminent investment management organizations global. Critical to the success of GSAM is our ability to leverage a global team of talented professionals to define solutions and lead change across the operational infrastructure.RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
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Job Summary & Responsibilities
The GSAM UK & Ireland Retail Client Business is responsible for new business development and managing existing third party distribution client relationships with, for example, Banks, Life Companies, Multi-Managers, Wealth Managers and IFAs.
Given our focus on establishing strategic partnerships across the UK, we are looking for a highly competent individual to work in the team covering the UK market with a particular focus on building strategic partnerships across the UK.
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