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Goldman Sachs is planning a UK savings account for the masses — not just the super rich

LONDON — Goldman Sachs is planning to launch its mass-market online savings account in Britain next year, according to an executive at the bank. Stephen Scherr, Goldman's head of strategy, told the Financial Times in an interview that the bank is planning to launch its "Marcus" brand in the UK in the middle of 2018. Scherr told the paper: "Much like in the US, we’re aiming to offer consumers easy-to-use and higher-returning savings options than [they] might have elsewhere.
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