Our Utah Footprint
Our impact in Utah starts with direct engagement in local communities.
Salt Lake City
In 2016, Goldman Sachs provided a $3 million credit facility to finance the installation and lease of solar energy systems for 488 single-family homes in Salt Lake City, the majority of which are leased to low- and moderate-income residents. The loan was made through an innovative financing structure that installs solar energy systems on low- and moderate-income homes, generating triple-bottom line impact by transitioning households to renewable energy usage and creating savings. The homes are owned by Restore Utah, a Goldman Sachs joint venture that was created to revitalize neighborhoods by acquiring and transforming vacant or neglected properties hard hit by the financial crisis into quality affordable rental homes for low-income families. Read More
The County of Utahin 2020 issued $200 million in municipal bonds, partially underwritten by JPMorgan. The bonds are funding a new acute care hospital (Spanish Fork Hospital), a new pediatric hospital (Primary Children's Hospital - Lehi), significant replacements and renovations at Logan Regional Hospital, Heber Valley Hospital, and Primary Children's Hospital.