Goldman Sachs is Looking to Raise $2 billion to Buy Celsius Assets

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Goldman Sachs is seeking to raise $2 billion from investors to buy distressed assets from crypto lending platform Celsius, according to two people familiar with the matter. If Celsius files for bankruptcy, the proposed deal would allow investors to buy all the company’s assets at a steep discount, the sources said. Goldman Sachs currently appears to be seeking funding commitments from the Web3 crypto fund, funds specializing in distressed assets, and traditional financial institutions with ample cash on hand. Celsius has hired restructuring advisers from consulting firm Alvarez & Marsal to advise on a possible bankruptcy filing, according to previous news.

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