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Goldman Sachs Mutual Fund - GS Gold Bees, GS Nifty Bees updates

Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of services worldwide to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals.

With effect from 14th July 2011, Benchmark Asset Management Company Private Limited (BAMC) and Benchmark Trustee Company Private Limited (BTC) are a part of the Goldman Sachs group. Subsequent to this acquisition, all the schemes of Benchmark Mutual Fund will be renamed. Benchmark Mutual Fund has 13 schemes in operation currently.

The popular ETFs of Benchmark Fund - Gold Bees and Nifty Bees would be renamed as GS Gold Bees and GS Nifty Bees. Hence investors need not worry too much since change in the name of the schemes will not result in any change in the basic characteristics and fundamental attributes of the schemes.

The name changes of other schemes are available here. Also during trading hours one can get the live/real time NAV of Gold Bees and Nifty Bees here at  Goldman Sachs Mutual Fund.

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  1. Thanks for the useful info.

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  2. Respected company advisor
    I want to know about goldbees deeply becouse Sometime I really worry that If I can invest in goldbees then how can I trust your company for my save money becouse many companies had fraud thesedays.


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  3. @Let me make clear this company is not mine and I do not work for this company. If you feel it is not safe, better invest in physical gold or gold coins,

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