PFM Mariam Kamshad

Mariam Kamshad

Managing Director

Mariam is a senior member of the Investment Strategy Group and head of Portfolio Strategy for Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management (PFM) Investments. In this role, she oversees the PFM Investments client and advisory facing teams, and is responsible for delivering the firm’s thinking on asset allocation, financial markets, and portfolio construction to clients. Mariam also serves as vice president and chief investment officer of the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund and the Ayco Charitable Foundation. She joined Goldman Sachs in 2004 and was named managing director in 2010.

Prior to joining the firm, Mariam was a national account manager in the Strategic Relations Group at Lord Abbett Asset Management. Earlier, she spent 11 years in numerous sales and management positions within Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in New York and Merrill Lynch International in London.

Mariam earned a bachelor’s degree in social sciences and administration from the University of London.

Ready to start a conversation? We’re here to listen.


Tell us about yourself at no cost or obligation.

  • An introduction to an advisor
  • A personal conversation
  • Your questions answered

Confirmation success!

Thank you for your submission.

By submitting this information, you hereby authorize and request that PFM contact you at the number submitted through any direct contact and any automated means, including but not limited to use of an auto-dialer, pre-recorded/artificial voicemail and SMS, and by email to discuss PFM’s products or services and you acknowledge that PFM will use your information as described in its Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. PFM may share your information with other subsidiaries of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. and they may also contact you directly through any of the same means listed above.

To withdraw your consent to receive calls or to change your contact preferences, please call us at 1 (800) 796-3315. To stop marketing emails, follow the opt-out instructions in the email received.