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DEFINITION of 'Goldman 360'

A business platform developed by Goldman Sachs that is widely used by investment managers to assist them with money management and maximizing trading performance. The Goldman 360 platform includes a research database that generates investment ideas and investment research. Other services include trade execution, order management and other portfolio calculation services.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Goldman 360'

Goldman Sachs is a bank holding company that does business in investment banking, trading, securities and several other financial areas. The company was found in 1869 by Marcus Goldman and joined the New York Stock Exchange in 1896.

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