Since the partners' ownership falls below a 5% regulatory threshold, Goldman Sachs isn't mandated to make public disclosures of its partners' stakes or their buying and selling of shares, unless it goes above 5%.
This would keep the public unaware of partners unloading their shares all at once, as was the case last winter, the Journal pointed out.
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