Bundesverband Alternative Investments e.V. (BAI)

Goldman Sachs Asset Management B.V. German Branch

Marienturm | Taunusanlage 9-10
D-60329 Frankfurt
Contact Person
Dennis Lübcke und Anja Nieberding
+49 0 69 7532 2130 und +49 (0) 69 7532 1972
+49 0 69 7532 1913
New York
In Germany: Frankfurt am Main
Year of establishment
Goldman Sachs: 1869; Goldman Sachs Asset Management: 1988
Active in Germany since
Goldman Sachs: 1991; Goldman Sachs Asset Management: 1997
Managing director/board member
Board:Dr. Wolfgang Fink (chairman) | Peter Hermann | Thomas Degn-Petersen | Michael Holmes | Dr. Matthias Bock | Hei Man Lo; Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Dermot McDonogh

By bringing together traditional and alternative investments, Goldman Sachs Asset Management offers clients worldwide a focused or comprehensive partnership - with a focus on long-term performance. We provide investment services to the world's leading institutions, financial advisors and individuals. Backed by our tightly integrated global network and insights from our investment professionals across all regions and various capital markets, we oversee more than US$2 trillion in assets under supervision worldwide (March 31, 2021). We continuously deliver new insights - bundled into tailored investment opportunities. A long-term partnership based on conviction: for joint success with sustainable results. Follow us on LinkedIn.

US$2,3 tn (per 30.06.2022)
Assets in the field of AI
US$445 bn (per 30.06.2022)
Number of employees
n.a. (including in the AI area: n.a.)
Regional focus
Target group
GSAM offers discretionary asset management to institutional investors, including pension plans, insurance companies, banks, savings banks, occupational pension plans, foundations, and corporate clients. In addition, mutual funds are also marketed through distribution partners.
(Supervisory) registration at / since
Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE is a credit institution registered in Germany and is subject to direct banking supervision by the European Central Bank under the Single Supervisory Mechanism and otherwise to supervision by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and the Deutsche Bundesbank.
BAI-Member since
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