Goldman Sachs Announces Successful Remarketing of Notes Held by Goldman Sachs Capital III
New York, July 17, 2012 — The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) today announced that it has successfully remarketed $500,010,000 aggregate principal amount of its Remarketable Floating Rate Junior Subordinated Notes due 2043, as required by the terms of its Floating Rate Normal APEX. All of the notes were purchased by Vesey Street Investment Trust I, a Delaware statutory trust sponsored by The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Vesey Street Investment Trust I simultaneously issued its 4.404% Senior Guaranteed Trust Securities due 2016 (NYSE: GS/VI 16). The interest rate on and maturity of the notes purchased by Vesey Street Investment Trust I were reset in the remarketing to match the distribution rate and mandatory redemption date of its trust securities.
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