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Stephanie Cohen, the head of Goldman Sachs Group Inc's fintech unit called Platform Solutions, is taking a leave of absence for family reasons, she said in a memo to staff seen by Reuters. Philip Berlinski, the bank's treasurer, and Ericka Leslie, its chief administrative officer, will handle Cohen's responsibilities in her absence. Cohen is the only woman executive to lead one of Goldman's three main business units.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) -Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is planning for a period of sluggish growth and higher inflation, the bank's president John Waldron said on Thursday, calling it "a mini-stagflation scenario." "We're planning for that scenario to be more likely, doesn't mean it will happen," he said. Despite the U.S. economy showing resilience, concerns remain among investors that a recession could happen in an environment of stubborn inflation and high borrowing costs.
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A group of banks including the Wall Street behemoths Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are vying for the prized mandate to sell The Daily Telegraph and its sister Sunday newspaper. Sky News understands that the investment banks are on a shortlist to be picked by Lloyds Banking Group in the coming days to handle the sale of the titles, along with the current affairs magazine, The Spectator. Lloyds is understood to believe the titles are worth in the region of £600m.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Goldman Sachs Group plans to establish a desk in Tokyo to start trading Japanese power derivatives, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. More foreign energy companies and banks are seeking access to the Japanese power market, which was launched in 2016 in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, spurring trade activity by generators, consumers and distributors. The power crisis heightened the need for hedging among power suppliers and buyers, according to the sources.
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In the latest trading session, Goldman Sachs (GS) closed at $321.81, marking a -0.57% move from the previous day.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) has offered 6.6 billion Norwegian crowns ($598.8 million) in cash to buy Norwegian aquaculture service group Froy, the two companies said in a statement on Monday. GSAM said it had reached a deal to buy a 72% stake in Froy from a unit of salmon farmer Salmar for 76.50 crowns per share, and will make a bid for the rest of the shares at the same price. Salmar in January this year said it was seeking potential buyers for the stake, and Froy's share price has since risen by almost 50% to close at 72 crowns on Friday.
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Two of the banking industry's top executives discussed the slowdown they expect to see this year on Wall Street.
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Romi Savova left her job in investment banking in 2014 with a plan to simplify pension savings in the UK.
The new cuts at the Wall Street giant amount to roughly 250 positions, following two previous rounds of layoffs.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) -Goldman Sachs Group Inc plans to cut more jobs as a difficult economic environment weighs on dealmaking and trading revenue may slump 25% this quarter, the bank's president said on Thursday. "The macro backdrop is extraordinarily challenging," Goldman's president and chief operating officer, John Waldron, told investors at a conference, without specifying the scale of the layoffs. Goldman Sachs shares closed down 2.3% on Thursday, in contrast to the S&P 500 financial index, which rose 1.1% on the day.
In response to the global slump in deal-making, Goldman (GS) follows its peers to navigate industry headwinds by resorting to another round of layoffs in its IB division.
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