Mobile payments startup Square reportedly filed to go public on Friday.
The plum role on what could be one of the year’s hottest flotations should not come as a surprise.
Goldman has been killing it when it comes to tech deals.
It’s currently the No. 1 firm on the Street in tech banking, according to data from Dealogic, raking in $US328 million in revenue from tech deals so far this year.
That’s a 13.3% share of the market.
Morgan Stanley is in second place with $US243 million to date this year, followed closely by JPMorgan.
Here’s the league table from Dealogic:
Goldman also dominated the league tables for global M&A and deals in the US in the first half.
Goldman Sachs and Square both declined to comment.
Square raised $US25 million in funding from Victory Park Capital in May, taking the total the company has raised to more than $US590 million. Its private-market valuation, according to The Wall Street Journal, is $US6 billion.
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