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|Author: ||Cliff Bargain|
|Subject: ||RE: Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs|
In the biz wrote:
What a steaming pile of horse dung.
Funny how idiots like this develop these high morals after they bank enough to do whatever they want.
Sure Greg, the derivatives you were writing were all for the clients benefit, nothing to do with the fees, eh?
10 years of following orders from your bosses, banking those year end bonuses and doing everything you can to ingrain yourself in the culture then BOOM you have an epiphany and act like some kind of saint.
If he really wants to impress people, hes should give the money he made back. If not, STFU.
Well, there is something to be said for watching a company rot from the inside out. It can happen slowly and once you realize what is going on, it is too late. He may have stuck around for a few years trying to affect change prior to realizing that it was hopeless.
A similar thing happened to a start-up I worked for after it was purchased. A lot of the reasons we had been successful were slowly axed until we were just a standard PR agency. It was odd how it happened.
I would never write an op-ed in the Times about it, but if I were the face of the company, it might encourage me to clear my name and disassociate myself from what they were doing.
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