Max Matthiessen and Goldman Sachs see partnerships as the way forward

The Swedish broker will "cherry pick" the best of Goldman Sachs' asset allocation services to offer to its client base. Initial focus will be on wealth management and discretionary mandates, Max Matthiessen's Head of Asset & Wealth Management tells AMWatch. For Goldman Sachs, the partnership offers access to a strong local customer base.

Sebastian Siegl, Head of Asset & Wealth Management at Max Matthiessen & Daniel Lundin, Executive Director Nordics at Goldman Sachs | Photo: PR / Max Matthiessen & Goldman Sachs

Partnerships like the one announced today between Swedish insurance broker Max Matthiessen and investment banking giant Goldman Sachs will become the norm going forward, as the asset management industry is changing.

This opinion is expressed by the broker's Head of Asset & Wealth Management Sebastian Siegl in a follow-up interview to today's announcement.

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