Solomon still planning a culture change at Goldman

A year on from being appointed chief executive, David Solomon is calling for patience in remodelling Goldman Sachs around new growth avenues. But there is much to admire on his first anniversary, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 17 Oct 2019
As a man who DJs in his spare time, Solomon will know all about the importance of creating hype and putting on a show. A year on from his appointment as CEO he is keeping the market waiting with his big strategic reveal. Goldman’s investor day, ...

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