Goldman building team to sell its own alternative data

New group tasked with finding data within the securities division that could be sold to clients


Goldman Sachs is getting into the alternative data business.

The firm is in the early stages of building a team of quant researchers within its securities division, to identify internal data that might be valuable to clients in both investment and risk management.

A spokesperson confirmed the bank is looking at ways to monetise its internal data, but added it is still evaluating what products it might bring to market, since it is trying to be conscious of client concerns around confidentiality

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