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Goldman Sachs is seeing a mass exodus from its highest ranks as CEO David Solomon puts his stamp on the firm

Business Insider Thursday, 5 September 2019 ()
Goldman Sachs is seeing a mass exodus from its highest ranks as CEO David Solomon puts his stamp on the firm**

· *Goldman Sachs is trimming its partner ranks, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. *
· *At least a dozen partners are negotiating departures from the firm, adding to turnover in the ranks, the WSJ reported.*
· *Below is a list of seven partners that have already left or may soon be leaving.*
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