Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Overview

  • Service
  • Merchant Bank
  • Founded
  • 1986
Founded
  • Employees
  • 41
Employees
  • Serviced Companies
  • 40
  • Serviced Deals
  • 41
  • Serviced Investors
  • 4

Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division General Information

Description

Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division (MBD) is a private equity and venture capital firm which provides equity and credit investment. Goldman Sachs MBD is a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs Group, Investment Banking and Securities Investments. The firm is focused on providing private equity, mezzanine debt, senior secured loans and distressed debt securities. MBD manages private capital globally and offers expertise to companies, investors, entrepreneurs and financial intermediaries around the globe. The group also invests in equity and credit across corporate, real estate and infrastructure strategies. Founded in 1869, Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division is based in New York.

Contact Information

Year Founded
1986
Service Provider Type
Merchant Bank
Primary Office
  • 200 West Street
  • New York, NY 10282
  • United States
+1 (212) 000-0000

Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Services to Companies

Service on a Deal (52)

Company Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Axiom Software Laboratories Dec 2020 00000 0000000
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000 0000000000 000 Aug 2019 00000 0000000
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00000000 00000000 Aug 2019 00000 0000000
000000000000 Apr 2019 00000 0000000
00000000 Nov 2018 00000 0000000
Ceridian HCM Underwriter Nov 2018 00000 0000000
Merian Global Investors Advisor: General Jun 2018 00000 0000000
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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Services to Investors

Service on a Deal — Buy Side (4)

Investor Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Inovalon Holdings Underwriter Apr 2018 00000 0000000
000 00000000 Lead Manager or Arranger Sep 2017 00000 0000000
Primo Water Debt Financing Dec 2016 00000 0000000
Westfield Advisor: General Oct 2011 00000 0000000
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Service on a Deal — Sell Side (4)

Investor Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Constantia Flexibles Advisor: General Oct 2017 00000 0000000
000 000000'0 00000 Advisor: General Sep 2017 00000 0000000
Ball Advisor: General Aug 2010 00000 0000000
HeidelbergCement Advisor: General Mar 2008 00000 0000000
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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Investment Preferences

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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Team (70)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Info
Martin Hintze Managing Director & Co-head of Corporate Equity Investing in Europe 00 New York, NY
Adrian Jones Managing Director 00 New York, NY
Anton Schreider Managing Director 0 New York, NY
Bradley Gross Managing Director 0 New York, NY
David Campbell Managing Director 0 New York, NY
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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Board Members (3)

Name Representing Role Since
David Viniar Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Board Member 000 0000
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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division Subsidiaries (1)

Company Name Industry Location Founded
000 0000000000 000 PE/Buyout New York, NY 0000
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