Goldman Sachs' new CEO has a side hobby as a DJ

Cornelia Mascio
Luglio 18, 2018

Goldman Sachs named David Solomon its new chief executive Tuesday, implementing a much-telegraphed succession plan as it expands beyond its Wall Street roots to the broader consumer market.

The 12 year rain of El Lloyd will officially come to an end at the end of September, giving Blankfein the first real summer he's had since the George W. Bush administration.

Solomon joined Goldman as a partner in 1999.

Not only is Blankfein getting like 10 weeks of paid Senioritis, he's doing it in the wake of Goldman destroying its Q2 estimates, setting the table for DJ D-Sol to get to work and try to drag Goldman back to its rightful place atop the mountain of Wall Street.

He has been photographed with musicians such as Sean "Diddy" Combs and has gigged in Florida, the Bahamas and NY, where he is based.

In a Goldman Sachs podcast previous year, Solomon said: 'If you can't find a way to have passions and pursue passions and mix them into your professional life and personal life in some way shape or form, it's just harder to have the energy to keep on doing this'.

With Blankfein in charge, Goldman became a profit powerhouse, with the onetime commodities salesman steering the company through the worst financial crisis in 80 years.

He will continue to serve as a "senior chairman" after his retirement.

The announcement could come as early as Monday morning, according to the paper.

The rise was driven by the investment bank's core operations, including its deals advisory business and its trading division.

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