Archiv: Goldman Sachs


10.09.2019 - 17:38 [ Labour Leave ‏/ Twitter ]

Olly Robbins, the EU’s chief negotiator, has not only been granted a knighthood by May, he’s just taken a job with Goldman Sachs – who bankrolled the Remain campaign. Maybe May just hopes he’ll keep his mouth shut.

04.04.2019 - 09:28 [ Telegraph.co.uk ]

Philip Hammond seeks to soothe Brexit fears at Goldman Sachs party

Industry sources said Mr Hammond tried to strike an upbeat tone on Brexit at the US investment bank’s 150th anniversary party in the Natural History Museum, which Mr Solomon travelled to London to attend.

A Treasury spokesman confirmed that Mr Hammond met with Mr Solomon as well as other senior figures at the event. About 700 guests listened to a speech by Mr Solomon, who replaced Lloyd Blankfein in October, on the „challenges“ posed to Europe by Brexit.

21.03.2019 - 15:31 [ Abgeordnetenwatch.de ]

Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Josef Ackermann: Mit diesen Lobbyisten traf sich die Bundesregierung

(21.02.2013)

Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank: Wenn die Bundesregierung in der Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise Rat sucht, geben sich die Top-Manager der großen (Investment)-Banken im Kanzleramt und den Bundesministerien die Klinke in die Hand. Mehr als 300 Mal haben Vertreter der Bundesregierung in dieser Wahlperiode die wichtigsten Bankmanager getroffen, wie das Finanzministerium jetzt eingeräumt hat. Laut Handelsblatt wolle man „durch Offenlegung jede Skandalisierung vermeiden“.

10.11.2018 - 23:56 [ The New York Times ]

Ex-Goldman Sachs Banker Said Colleagues Were Involved in 1MDB Scandal

A former Goldman Sachs banker who helped orchestrate the looting of a multibillion-dollar Malaysian government investment fund told a federal judge that several other employees of the prestigious Wall Street firm had also been involved, according to a court filing unsealed Friday.

11.10.2018 - 00:19 [ Zero Hedge ]

Goldman CEO’s Former Assistant Commits Suicide After Confessing To $1.2 Million Wine Theft

De-Meyer eventually decided to use the alias Mark Miller to sell bottles to a North Carolina-based wine dealer. After discovering the theft in November 2016, Solomon confronted De Meyer, who quickly confessed and promised to pay Solomon back. However, he soon fled the country and over the following 14 months traveled to Rome, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires before returning to the US, where he was arrested earlier this year after landing at LAX. He spent the next two months in federal custody before his mother pledged her home to put up his $1 million cash bond.