Goldman Sachs, which currently runs a private banking business with $50 billion in deposits and $100 billion in assets, is looking to seriously expand its lending operations to wealthy corporate and individual clients, David Viniar, the company’s chief financial officer, explained in a conference call.

 “We have $50 billion in deposits right now. They’re going to grow slowly over time and we’ll use that amount for loans,” Viniar said.

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