RIABiz

News, Vision & Voice for the Advisory Community

RIABiz

Goldman Sachs closes deal for NextCapital to extend a tentacle into the 401(k) market and yank out 'a thorn in the side of the retirement industry'

The New York City bank now owns a unit that had slowing growth pre-deal but may face fresh headwinds carrying the baggage of its new owner.

Author Brooke Southall August 30, 2022 at 1:07 AM
1 Comment
no description available
Greg Calnon: NextCapital brings a creative spirit.

401(k) Stories


Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy

August 30, 2022 — 10:06 PM
Goldman will likely integrate w/ it's own offering. Given that they don't custody 401(k)s it's hard to make the case that they will funnel assets into their own products through NextCapital. The opportunity is bigger than asset management sales, it's about influencing the end client (employees) throughout their entire lifecycle and gaining access to data.

Related Moves

July 12, 2024 at 10:22 PM

Breen Blitz: Mercer seals Vanguard OCIO buy • Goldman[Sachs] & Cohen split • PIMCO joins ETF shift • AdvisorEngine-Schwab bond grows • Ellevest milestone • Lonsdale nets new chief • Fidelity leaks data & staff move • Collation wins RIAs • Justin Wisz returns as investor • LPL nets CMO & Tifin a CEO

OCIO sale to Mercer may be Buckley's last act • Goldman's retail lead departs • PIMCO latest to convert mutual funds • Software firm upgrades Schwab data • Krawcheck preaches wisdom of naps • Fidelity hit by data snafu, but D&I on track • New Lonsdale tech shop imminent • Vestorly founder now funding start-ups • Eight month wait for CMO ends at LPL.

March 21, 2024 at 4:41 AM

Goldman Sachs-Creative Planning deal is bleeding defectors -- 16 more last week, report says -- auguring a 'potential disaster,' analysts warn

Dozens of former 'United Capital' advisors are fleeing at once, but Peter Mallouk is still battling to keep them, and Goldman Sachs may play legal hardball, sources say.

October 4, 2023 at 2:16 AM

Farther struts its startup magic and shows why a $375-million RIA can be worth $50 million -- by getting four advisors to bring books of business just to be part of the enterprise

The San Francisco firm claimed its software was at another level and now advisors are betting careers on it, though not of the UHNW variety imagined

November 2, 2022 at 3:27 AM

See more related moves

RIABiz Directory

The Industry Sourcebook for RIAs

   |    LISTING


RIABiz Directory sponsored by:

Directory Sponsor Logo

White Paper Postings


Common Tags


Recent Articles


Popular Writers


RIABiz logo

RIABiz

About Us

Directory

Archives

Connect

RIABiz, Mill Valley, California
Copyright © 2009-2024 RIABiz Inc. All rights reserved.