Lloyd Craig Blankfein (born September 20, 1954) is an American investment banker who has served as senior chairman of Goldman Sachs since 2019, and chairman and chief executive from 2006 until the end of 2018.  Previous to leading Goldman Sachs, he was the company's president and chief operating officer (COO) from 2004 to 2006, serving under then-CEO Henry Paulson .
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Blankfein was CEO and chairman of financial behemoth Goldman Sachs from 2006 to 2018, when he was succeeded by David Solomon. Before leading Goldman Sachs, he worked under then-CEO Henry Paulson ...
Lloyd Blankfein, in full Lloyd Craig Blankfein, (born September 20, 1954, Bronx, New York, U.S.), American business executive who served as chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of the investment banking and securities company Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., in the early 21st century. His tenure was marked by criticism owing to his controversial comments and high executive salary during a time of global economic crisis.
747. Lloyd Blankfein. @lloydblankfein. ·. Jun 3, 2022. Dial back a bit the negativity on the economic outlook. If I’m managing a big company of course I’m prepping for the worst. But the economy is starting from a strong place, with more jobs than takers, and is adjusting to higher rates.
Lloyd Blankfein, the former chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, has been keeping himself busy trading stocks and commodities, but would rather be serving in government. Source: Bloomberg.
We turn to the former CEO and current senior chairman of Goldman Sachs, Lloyd Blankfein, who joins us from Watermill, New York. Good morning to you. LLOYD BLANKFEIN: Good morning, Margaret.
Former Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein is warning there is a “very, very high risk” of recession — and said if he were still running a “big company,” he would “be ...
Lloyd Blankfein Reportedly Stepping Down From Goldman Sachs On Monday, it was announced that Blankstein was retiring from his cozy spot at the helm of Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs is moving to claw back or cut a total of $174 million in compensation from current and former employees including CEO David Solomon and former CEO Lloyd Blankfein over the 1MDB scandal.
Blankfein, who as former CEO of Goldman led one of Wall Street’s top IPO advisers for more than a decade, suggested that SPAC participants weren’t incentivized to prevent overpaying for their ...