Goldman’s spokesperson said it would be wrong to characterise the meeting with Jho Low as “one-on-one”, adding: “Mr Blankfein does not recall any one-on-one meeting with Mr Low, nor have we seen any record to suggest such a meeting occurred.”

The fallout over Goldman Sachs’ involvement in the vast 1MDB fraud deepened on Thursday, after the bank said its former chief executive met with the m(...)

Tim Leissner claimed in court that concealing facts from Goldman’s compliance and legal staff to prevent them from blocking deals was “very much in line with its culture”. Photograph: Reuters

Goldman Sachs has faced many crises in its time but none more shocking than the case of Tim Leissner, its former senior partner in southeast Asia. Wal(...)

Goldman Sachs is under the spotlight again for its business practices.

Back in 2010, Goldman Sachs faced a near existential threat. Sued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations it had misled clients (...)

George Soros, the billionaire investor and Democratic donor, has been accused by Republicans, without evidence,  of  funding a caravan of Central American migrants headed for the US border. Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Times

Three years ago, Hungary’s prime minister accused billionaire George Soros of trying to flood the country with Middle Eastern migrants. In recent wee(...)

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk: After he publicly apologised for criticising an analyst, Tesla’s share value soared by almost $5 billion, making it “maybe the most valuable apology of all time”. File Photograph:  Joe Skipper/Reuters

Hardly a week passes now without one major company or another expressing contrition for its sins. Facebook is sorry for lax privacy controls. Apple is(...)

Goldman Sachs’s fixed-income division has benefited from efforts to diversify away from its traditional clients into the wider corporate sector. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Goldman Sachs has appointed veteran fixed-income executive James Esposito as co-head of its securities division, in the first leadership change since (...)

David Solomon’s first day in charge at Goldman Sachs is October 1st

Goldman Sachs Group named David Solomon as its next chief executive officer on Tuesday, ushering in a new era for the Wall Street bank as it expands (...)

  The Morgan Stanley office in New York. Photograph: Chester Higgins Jr/The New York Times

Morgan Stanley has streamlined its line of succession for chief executive James Gorman, following Wall Street rivals Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase (...)

The decision by BlackRock to move business to Paris follows months of courting by the French establishment, including a meeting between Mr Macron and Larry Fink, chief executive of the $6.3 trillion (€5.3 trillion) asset manager, at the Elysée Palace.

French president Emmanuel Macron’s charm offensive to win business from the City of London is starting to pay off as BlackRock and Citigroup join othe(...)

A protestor in the People’s Vote demonstration against Brexit,  June 23rd,  London. Photograph:   Simon Dawson/Getty

Have you been keeping up with the qualms that business leaders have aired about Brexit? Billionaire Michael Bloomberg once said it was “the dumbest t(...)

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