- Goldman Sachs has been going through some high-profile changes. The storied investment bank is seeing leadership shakeups under CEO David Solomon and a slew of partner departures.
- The Wall Street bank has been moving away from high-risk businesses like trading and is making pushes into more stable areas like consumer lending.
- There have been big cultural changes, too. Solomon is looking to create a more transparent workplace, while new tech execs are taking cues from Silicon Valley heavy-hitters.
- At Business Insider, we are closely tracking the latest developments at Goldman. You can read all of our Goldman coverage on BI Prime.
Storied Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs is going through some massive shifts under CEO David Solomon.
Recently, it’s taken big steps involving transparency and inclusion to change up its culture. Its tech execs are also embracing change by promoting APIs and putting Goldman’s Marquee app on Amazon’s cloud. It has seen a slew of partner departures — many in the securities division. And it’s also added recruiting exes to focus on lateral hiring.
Here’s everything we know about what’s going on inside Goldman.
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