Goldman fends off calls for leadership switch after FICC fail

Goldman’s second quarter FICC fail has raised questions over the future of its CEO, but it’s hard to imagine Lloyd Blankfein walking away just yet, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 27 Jul 2017
Goldman Sachs is used to being the centre of attention at results time. Usually, it’s a mixture of envy and admiration. When the bank does well, the talk centres around how it managed to pull off such astounding results. But over the last two quarters, the narrative ...

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