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Goldman Sachs chief warns of Brexit ‘impact’ over staff

by LLB Reporter
27th Jan 19 4:27 pm

David Soloman, the new chief executive of Goldman Sachs has warned that Brexit could affect decision making over employees.

Speaking to the BBC about Brexit, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Soloman said, “If this is resolved in a difficult way, or in a hard way, I do think it’ll have an impact on where we invest in where we put people.

“All these things ultimately have an impact on the investment decisions and the business decisions that all of us as business leaders make.”

Goldman Sachs has 6,000 employees in the UK, the company will relocate less than 50 UK staff across Europe.

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