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Saturday, March 03, 2018

Exec returns to Goldman after stint with ‘Government Sachs’

Goldman Sachs just rehired somebody back from “Government Sachs.”

Dina Powell, a Goldman alum who worked less than a year as an adviser to the Trump White House, is returning to the bank to work in government relations.

“Dina will focus on enhancing the firm’s relationships with sovereign clients around the world,” bank CEO Lloyd Blankfein wrote in a Feb. 27 letter to employees, according to Politico.

The moniker “Government Sachs” has referred to the fact that Goldman executives have consistently scored top-level jobs in Washington, such as former Treasury secretaries Robert Rubin and Hank Paulson, and Gary Cohn, who is currently head of Trump’s National Economic Council.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget about "little Timmy Geithner" who grew up in Indonesia where his father ran CIA operations through Chase bank. His childhood friend, Barry Sorteo was there as well since his mother and grandmother were also CIA operatives.