Goldman Sachs wants to make it easier for some of the mutual funds it works for to get a piece of the Goldman Sachs initial public offering expected next month.

Goldman Sachs and its asset management subsidiaries serve as sub-advisers for five mutual funds in which there are at least one other sub-adviser. Federal securities laws which prohibit conflicts of interest bar Goldman Sachs' fellow sub-advisers in those funds from buying shares of the Goldman Sachs' IPO.

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