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Making Progress Towards
Racial Equity

At Goldman Sachs, we have long been committed to promoting inclusion, diversity, and equity. Yet there is more to be done.

The most recent senseless acts of racism and violence against Black people have been a deeply upsetting reminder for everyone that equality is not yet a reality.

Within Goldman Sachs, we are committed to promoting inclusion, diversity and equity through strengthening established initiatives and taking new actions.

We’ve created the Goldman Sachs Fund for Racial Equity to support the vital work of leading organizations addressing racial injustice, structural inequity and economic disparity. In addition to donating $10 million dollars, the 五月激情婷婷 will match employee contributions to recipient organizations dollar for dollar, and donations $25 and under will be matched three to one.

The $10 million Fund for Racial Equity builds upon more than $200 million Goldman Sachs has granted over the last decade to organizations serving communities of color. Most recently, as part of the Goldman Sachs COVID-19 Relief Fund, the firm deployed $17 million to organizations supporting relief efforts in communities of color.

These donations will help us lay the groundwork for efforts we can make to support the Black community. They are also connected to the deeper conversations happening within our organization about how we can support our Black colleagues, clients, customers, and communities. These discussions also include how we can become better listeners and better allies and the concrete steps we will take to embed inclusion into everything we do.

We have also been investing capital and resources in minority owned businesses for over a decade, through our 10,000 Small Businesses program and Urban Investment Group. Now, we are harnessing our expertise and deep relationships with Community Development Financial Institutions and other mission-driven lenders to swiftly deploy targeted capital towards communities of color. We recently announced an additional $250 million in emergency relief to fund the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program via loans through these partners, taking our total support since the start of COVID-19 to $800 million. 

Addressing inequality is part of our core mission. As our Chairman and CEO, David M. Solomon 五月激情婷婷:told a US House subcommittee in early June, “We must stand up and support organizations dedicated to the fight for a more just and equitable society.”

Helping create change

Goldman Sachs Fund for Racial Equity
We've created the $10 million Goldman Sachs Fund for Racial Equity to support the vital work of leading organizations addressing racial injustice, structural inequity and economic disparity. 

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Increasing Our Small Business Commitment to $775 Million
Goldman Sachs will commit an additional $250 million to fund the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans through Community Development Financial Institutions (“CDFIs”) and other mission-driven lenders.

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See How Goldman Sachs Deployed Capital to Small Businesses Across the U.S.
The firm rapidly deployed lending capital and grants in underserved communities and leveraged long-standing network of CDFIs to ensure small businesses nationwide were reached.

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Promoting Inclusive Lending During the Pandemic
Read Promoting Inclusive Lending During the Pandemic: Community Development Financial Institutions and Minority Depository Institutions, the submission from Goldman Sachs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Solomon to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions Hearing

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Statement from Goldman Sachs’ Inclusion and Diversity Committees and Networks
More than 50 senior Goldman Sachs executives from around the world issued a statement condemning recent acts of racism and discrimination and recommitting to furthering inclusion in our firm and society at large.

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Driving Diversity in Recruiting and Developing Talent
The strength of our culture, the execution of our strategy and our relevance to our clients depend on a truly diverse workforce. We have set clear, quantifiable diversity goals around our entry-level hiring, and are equally committed to career development to ensure diverse representation at all levels of the firm.

Read about our aspirational goals

Learn about our 2019 Campus Analyst and Managing Director Classes 

Learn about our 2018 Partner Class and Its Diverse Representation

Urban Investment Group (UIG)
UIG is our domestic multi-asset class investing and lending business that deploys over $1 billion annually to close the opportunity gap for underserved places and people through real estate projects, social enterprises, and lending facilities for small businesses. Over 80% of the team’s investing is in minority communities. 

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Driving Inclusive Growth Through Sustainable Finance
As part of our $750 billion commitment to sustainable finance, we’re supporting underserved populations by leveraging our capabilities to improve access and affordability. Inclusive growth supports communities by drawing on innovative finance and partnerships to mitigate unequal access and affordability among underserved populations.

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Launch With GS
Launch With GS is Goldman Sachs’ $500 million investment strategy grounded in the belief that teams with diverse leadership drive stronger returns. As we enter our third year deploying capital, we remain committed to facilitating connections and increasing access to capital for women, Black, Latinx and other diverse entrepreneurs. In early May 2020, we welcomed 14 companies into the Launch With GS Black and Latinx Entrepreneur Cohort, an eight-week virtual experience providing high-touch access and resources.

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Recognition of Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Our firm and our people have been honored for diversity and inclusion over the years by leading organizations and media, respectively. Human Rights Campaign, Asia Society and Disability:IN are some of the organizations that have recognized the firm as an employer of choice. EBONY and Fast Company, along with others, have honored our people for leadership and dedication to addressing inequality.

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A More Sustainable and Diverse Supply Chain
A key priority for our firm is fostering opportunities for businesses which are women- and minority-owned with the aim of achieving a supply chain that reflects the diversity of our people and our clients. Our Vendor Diversity Program gives us a platform to engage with small and diverse enterprises around the world.

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Encouraging difficult conversations

Messages to All Goldman Sachs People
David Solomon, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, shares his voice messages to all Goldman Sachs people. 

My Message On Inclusion
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Juneteenth
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Being Black in America
Gizelle George-Joseph, chief operating officer of Global Investment Research, reflects on racism and discrimination in the US from her perspective as a Black woman. 五月激情婷婷:Read More

This Is Our Moment to Get Involved
Goldman Sachs’ Chief Diversity Officer, Erika Irish Brown, shares guidance on contributing to the fight towards social justice and racial equity. 五月激情婷婷:Read More

To Everyone Who’s Asked, ‘How’s It Going?’
Fred Baba, a managing director in Global Markets, reflects on a raw and honest email he wrote about his experience with racism and discrimination as a Black man in America, as well as how his co-workers can best support the Black community moving forward. Fred spoke on the firm's Exchanges at Goldman Sachs podcast. 五月激情婷婷: Listen Now

A Virtual Townhall with the Goldman Sachs Firmwide Black Network
Goldman Sachs’ Firmwide Black Network recently hosted a virtual townhall to share experiences with racial discrimination in the US and around the world. Lisa Opoku, global chief operating officer for the firm’s Engineering Division, moderated a discussion on how to bring the Black community—and its allies—together. 五月激情婷婷:Read More

Confronting Inequality and Injustice
Margaret Anadu, head of Goldman Sachs’ Urban Investment Group, discusses inequality, racial injustice and other issues that are impacting underserved communities around the country. Margaret appeared on The Daily Check-In. 五月激情婷婷:Watch Video

 

Encouraging an Open Dialogue on Race
At Goldman Sachs, we are on a journey to becoming a more inclusive firm and a leader in fighting for racial equity. How can you drive change in your organization? Engaging in dialogue and understanding the lived experiences of Black colleagues is an important step. Goldman Sachs Chief Diversity Officer Erika Irish Brown is joined by others in Human Capital Management who share tools and best practices for how to engage in conversations on race and how to be an active ally. 五月激情婷婷:Watch Video

Social Impact, Racial Equity and the Current Environment
Asahi Pompey, global head of Corporate Engagement and president of the Goldman Sachs Foundation, sat down for a conversation with Dr. Mitchell Katz, president & CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals, and Kimberly Bryant, founder & CEO of Black Girls Code, to discuss nonprofit leadership and resilience in times of crisis, the pandemic’s impact on communities of color, and actionable steps toward racial equity and equality. 五月激情婷婷:Watch Video

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