Goldman Sachs Asset Management, which includes its private wealth management business, reported $12 billion in net asset inflows for the fourth quarter of 2009.
Overall, the division saw a $23 billion increase in assets under management over the quarter to $871 billion, with $11 billion of market appreciation across all asset classes.
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