Goldman Sachs plans hiring wave after increased Fed scrutiny: report

A new phase of US regulatory scrutiny sparks a hiring boom at Goldman Sachs. Bloomberg News reported Thursday, citing people with expertise.

According to the report, the Wall Street bank is hiring several hundred new employees to help address concerns from regulators, including the Federal Reserve.

Goldman Sachs sign
Goldman Sach is hiring several hundred new employees to address regulatory concerns.

David Solomon, CEO of Goldman
The Wall Street bank is hiring several hundred new employees to help resolve the concerns.

“We are not permitted to comment on regulatory matters related to our regulators. As such, we cannot comment on these reports,” Goldman Sachs said in a statement.

A Federal Reserve spokesman declined to comment on the matter.


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