All Goldman Sachs articles – Page 4

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    Consumer Group Protests Post-Settlement Tax Breaks


    Goldman Sachs recently announced that it had reached an agreement in principle with the U.S. Department of Justice and others to resolve civil claims relating to the firm’s securitization, underwriting, and sale of residential mortgage-backed securities from 2005 to 2007. The $5 billion settlement has drawn the ire of U.S. ...

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    Succession Planning: A Priority for Bank Chiefs in 2016


    Standard Chartered has scored big by hiring HSBC veteran Simon Cooper to serve as the London-based company’s corporate and institutional banking head but, according to the Financial Times, Cooper’s departure from HSBC may be a sign the exec has grown impatient waiting to take over the British bank’s reigns. Cooper, ...

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    Banks May Get More Time to Prepare for Financial Market Regulation


    The EU is considering delaying the release of a comprehensive regulation that will overhaul financial market rules. The delay comes amid mounting concerns that the legislation’s accompanying technologies may not be ready in time for the January 2017 start date. Due to the complexity of the rule, banks and other ...

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    Social Media: #Compliance Buzz


    Trending online are the #Compliance and #Corpgov hashtags that compliance officers and governance practitioners around the world often turn to for emerging trends and latest news. Whether it’s sharing ideas about the ever-changing regulatory landscape or covering industry-related events, both hashtags are known to provide real-time information. This ...