Goldman: We’d Do Greek Swap Again

Gerald Corrigan, chairman of Goldman Sachs, told European politicians at a public hearing this afternoon that the firm would enter into currency swaps with Greece again, despite recent political furor over the transactions.

  • 14 Apr 2010

--Rob McGlinchey

Gerald Corrigan, chairman of Goldman Sachs, told European politicians at a public hearing this afternoon that the firm would enter into currency swaps with Greece again, despite recent political furor over the transactions.

Corrigan said under E.U. disclosure rules introduced in 2008—seven years after Goldman initiated the swaps—the ...

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