The Federal Reserve is reportedly reviewing Goldman Sachs’s six-year-old consumer banking unit Marcus, according to news reports.

Fed officials have been sending Goldman queries and follow-up questions about the unit for at least several weeks, Bloomberg writes, citing anonymous sources.

Although Bloomberg suggests that the Fed’s attention isn’t indicative of wrongdoing, the questioning “goes beyond” the Fed’s standard oversight of Goldman and is “distinct” from how it typically conducts reviews of business lines of interest, the news service says.

Representatives for Goldman Sachs and the Fed declined comment to the news service.

The inquiries also come at a time when Goldman is reining in its ambitions for Marcus, Bloomberg writes. Goldman president John Waldron has recently been more involved with the unit as the firm tries to cut its expenses and losses, according to the news service.

Goldman estimated at mid-year that Marcus would lose more than $1.2 billion this year, a new record, Bloomberg writes. The unit was slated to break even this year, but in fact it has cost the firm more than $4 billion since its 2016 launch, according to the news service.

It's unclear whether the Fed’s questions have also addressed Marcus Invest, the firm’s digital wealth management platform for the mass affluent. Goldman unveiled the platform in February last year with a minimum initial investment of $1,000 but this summer eliminated the minimum and cut the management fee to 25 basis points, from 35.