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Goldman Sachs Japan gearing up for move to new Tokyo HQ: report

This is in line with CEO David Solomin’s commitment to return to the office.

Goldman Sachs is reportedly preparing to move its Japan headquarters to a new tower being built in Tokyo, reports Bloomberg, in line with its chief executive’s commitment to return to office life.

The investment bank plans to relocate from the landmark Roppongi Hills complex owned by Mori Building Co. into the developer’s tentatively named Toranomon Hills Station Tower sometime after its completion, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.

Construction work on the 49-storey building is scheduled to finish in July 2023, according to Mori’s website. A new subway station on the Hibiya line opened there last year.

The plans are in line with Goldman Sachs’s commitment to office life, a stance at odds with some of its rivals that are looking to pare space after the pandemic ushered in a wave of remote work. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon has notedly opposed work from home, calling it an “aberration.”

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