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Goldman conceded to Apple's demands to scrap late fees and not sell customer data, and agreed to use Apple's font, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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Goldman Sachs’ Marcus is lowering interest rates on its savings account for the first time as Wall Street prepares for a potential Fed rate cut
Goldman Sachs' Marcus follows in the footsteps of fellow high-yield savings account Ally, which also cut its rates in late June.
It will be the first consumer credit card launched by Goldman Sachs, which has been active in the retail banking space for only about two years.
Goldman Sach's Marcus launched in October last year in the UK and its performance to date has validated the move.
Goldman Sachs plans to offer a new digital wealth product for Main Street — and it’s part of a goal to take on wealth management giants
Goldman Sachs has big ambitions for its small-but-growing consumer finance business, Marcus.
Goldman Sachs is scaling back expectations for the buzzy 2-year-old service its new CEO is relying on, and it highlights a major concern with the econ...
Marcus is a key part of new Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon's plans to grow revenue at the bank over the next several years. The company said last year it sees a $1 billion revenue opportunity with Marcus over three years.
On September 27, Marcus launched in the UK with little fanfare, offering customers a savings account paying an interest rate of 1.5% for one-year, with a rate of 1.35% after that. That's the best rate on the UK high street for a standard savings account.
We tried Marcus, the new service that lets Brits bank with Goldman Sachs for as little as £1 — here’s what we thought
Named for one of the bank's founders, Marcus Goldman, Marcus first launched in the US in 2016, and is part of an effort to diversify its revenue sources as traditional sources of income lag.
UK-based staff can now apply for accounts with Marcus and give "feedback before officially going to market." The bank will officially launch to UK consumers "in the coming weeks."