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The Senate Banking Committee announced the CEOs of the nation's largest banks will be testifying before the committee in December. The CEOs include JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon (JPM), Bank of America's Brian Moynihan (BAC), Citigroup's Jane Fraser (C), Goldman Sachs' David Solomon (GS), and Morgan Stanley's James Gorman (MS). Yahoo Finance Senior Reporter Jennifer Schonberger reports on the details of the hearing. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
Goldman's (GS) asset management arm, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, is set to co-invest in private credit transactions in the Asia Pacific region with Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System.