July 28, 1851|
|Died||March 2, 1935
New York City
|Known for||Name partner of Goldman Sachs|
|Spouse(s)||Louisa Goldman (m. 1882)|
|Children||Paul J. Sachs (1878–1965)
Walter E. Sachs (1884–1980)
Sachs then joined his father-in-law Marcus Goldman's firm which prompted the name change to Goldman Sachs in 1904. Together they underwrote securities offerings for such large firms as Sears, Roebuck and Company. During this time Goldman Sachs also diversified to become involved in other major securities markets, like the over-the-counter, bond, and convertibles markets which are still a big part of the company's revenue today. Sachs retired in 1928.
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- "Harvard Fund Given $100,000 By N.Y. Bankers". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York). June 19, 1924. p. 36. Retrieved June 1, 2016 – via Newspapers.com. (registration required (. ))
- Kappner, Cordula (2008-03-12). "Marcus Goldmann und der amerikanische Traum". Mainpost (in German).
- "Samuel Sachs, Banker, Philanthropist, Dies.". The Oakland Tribune (Oakland, California). March 3, 1935. p. 1. Retrieved June 1, 2016 – via Newspapers.com. (registration required (. ))
- "Veteran Banker Dead". The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah). March 3, 1935. p. 2. Retrieved June 1, 2016 – via Newspapers.com. (registration required (. ))
|Chairman and CEO, Goldman Sachs