Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The Changing of the Bald-Headed Crony Chief at Goldman Sachs

 Lloyd Blankfein and David Solomon
Goldman Sachs plans to name company President David Solomon as its next CEO, reports Bloomberg. It is expected that Lloyd Blankfein will be staying on in the CEO role for an interim period.

Solomon recreationally produces electronic dance music records under the stage name DJ D-Sol.



Placing his bets on the establishment, Solomon donated $5,000 to Hillary Clinton and $5,000 to Jeb Bush during the 2016 presidential election.

Solomon is reportedly close to both Michael Milken and Sheldon Adelson. He worked at Drexel at one time under Milken and is Adelson's top investment banker. He does not appear to have any memberships in establishment globalist groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, etc.

-RW  

UPDATE

It's official.

Goldman Sachs has just confirmed that its CEO Lloyd Blankfein is stepping down.

“It’s always been hard for me to imagine leaving. When times are tougher, you can’t leave. And, when times are better, you don’t want to leave,” Blankfein wrote in a note to colleagues obtained by EPJ. “Today, I don’t want to retire from Goldman Sachs, but by my own perhaps convoluted logic, it feels like the right time.” 

Blankfein will stay as CEO until the end of September and as chairman until the end of the year. He will then become "Senior Chairman."