Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs is an American multinational investment bank offering services in investment banking, securities underwriting, asset management, investment management, and prime brokerage. 

On November 16, 2018, a policy research and development entity Financial Stability Board listed Goldman Sachs amongst the 29 banks worldwide that they consider "systemically important financial institutions"—financial organisations whose size and role meant that any failure could cause serious systemic problems.

Goldman Sachs axes 25 investment bankers in Asia: report

Those affected are majorly junior level bankers involved in Greater China deals.

Goldman Sachs, Amazon launch suite of cloud-based data and analytics solutions

Institutional clients may accelerate time-to-market financial applications.

Growing exodus of junior bankers poses talent shortage for banks in Asia: report

Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.

Why the hybrid work model is here to stay for banks

Banks stand to lose on cost savings and even on attracting talent if they stubbornly push for the return of pre-pandemic work set-up.