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Christine Matthew

Vice President, Wealth Manager, Century City

Christine Matthew, Century City, was excited to rejoin the Goldman Sachs Family as a Wealth Manager in 2019. Over the past 20 years, Christine has taken a holistic approach when advising her clients in all facets of financial planning. Christine’s passion and commitment to understanding each client’s concerns and goals allows her clients to obtain the financial piece of mind that they are seeking. Christine feels that a financial advisor must not only be proactive but reactive to help with life’s unique financial decisions.

Prior to this position, Christine filled the roles of Portfolio Manager, Vice President, and Managing Director at other financial firms. Over the various roles, she has gained extensive experience in financial planning, investment selection and strategy, and estate planning. Prior to those assignments, Christine was a Trader at Goldman Sachs in New York City.

Christine earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance from the Bernard Baruch College in New York City.

Christine moved from the East Coast in 2004 to Los Angeles, CA where she currently resides with her husband, Bradley and their 3 children: Chase, Olivia and Sydney.

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