ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, Aug. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Goal Financial, LLC ("Goal Financial") announced today that it is exploring opportunities to restructure the Class A-5 Remarketable Reset Rate Notes of one of its existing securitization trusts, Goal Capital Funding Trust 2006-1 (the "Trust"). This restructuring opportunity is consistent with the strategy announced via press release on October 1, 2010 of maximizing returns in the Trust by leveraging Goal Financial's management team and its existing financial infrastructure.
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Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, with offices in San Diego, CA, Goal Financial, LLC, a subsidiary of Goal Structured Solutions, Inc. (f/k/a Route 66 Ventures, Inc.), has originated over $9 billion in federal government guaranteed student loans, and helped over 200,000 graduate and undergraduate students and their families manage their debt through federal and private loan programs. For more information about Goal Financial, contact Robert Peterson at +1-571-527-1247 or visit www.goalfinancial.net.
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