The press service of the International Financial Center of Astana in Kazakhstan announced that Goldman Sachs had become another shareholder of the AIFC Stock Exchange. One of the world's largest investment banks agreed to buy back about 108,480 new issued ordinary shares of the exchange, which corresponds to 4.1% of its total share capital. Previously, NASDAQ, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Silk Road Fund were shareholders. In addition, Goldman Sachs buys from the administration of the AIFC a put option for a period of 5 years. The bank was granted the right to sell it in order to protect Goldman Sachs from a fall in the value of the shares below the purchase price.
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