• The strange story of a Goldman Sachs whistleblower who's taking aim at top execs' dealmaking

    5 days ago - By Chron

    Retuers/ Luke MacGregor
    Christopher Rollins, a 16-year veteran of Goldman Sachs, sued the bank this week over his termination.
    Rollins claimed he was unfairly terminated over his role in a series of transactions involving an unnamed financier who had legal issues in the past. He's seeking $50 million in damages.
    The lawsuit set tongues wagging on Wall Street and in the City of London, given that it names several of Goldman Sachs' most senior staff in London.
    Multiple people familiar with the matter believe the financier in question is German entrepreneur Lars Windhorst, who's been referred...
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  • The strange story of a Goldman Sachs whistleblower who's taking aim at top execs' dealmaking

    The strange story of a Goldman Sachs whistleblower who's taking aim at top execs' dealmaking

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Christopher Rollins, a 16-year veteran of Goldman Sachs, sued the bank this week over his termination.
    Rollins claimed he was unfairly terminated over his role in a series of transactions involving an unnamed financier who had legal issues in the past. He's seeking $50 million in damages.
    The lawsuit set tongues wagging on Wall Street and in the City of London, given that it names several of Goldman Sachs' most senior staff in London.
    Multiple people familiar with the matter believe the financier in question is German entrepreneur Lars Windhorst, who's been referred to as Germany's...
    Read more ...

     

  • The strange story of a Goldman Sachs whistleblower who's taking aim at top execs' dealmaking

    The strange story of a Goldman Sachs whistleblower who's taking aim at top execs' dealmaking

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Christopher Rollins, a 16-year veteran of Goldman Sachs, sued the bank this week over his termination.
    Rollins claimed he was unfairly terminated over his role in a series of transactions involving an unnamed financier who had legal issues in the past. He's seeking $50 million in damages.
    The lawsuit set tongues wagging on Wall Street and in the City of London, given that it names several of Goldman Sachs' most senior staff in London.
    Multiple people familiar with the matter believe the financier in question is German entrepreneur Lars Windhorst, who's been referred to as Germany's...
    Read more ...