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Goldman Sachs' treasurer could-finally-shake up the male-dominated bank

Posted On: Feb 14, 2020   |   Posted By: Fortune

Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Hope Hicks returns to the White House, Fed nominee Judy Shelton is grilled by senators, and we wonder if Goldman Sachs is practicing what it preaches. The Broadsheet is off on Monday for Presidents Day-we'll see you here on Tuesday. Happy Valentine's Day and have a wonderful weekend.
- A golden opportunity. Goldman Sachs has gotten plenty of attention lately-including from The Broadsheet -for its new initiative to require the companies it takes public to have at least one director who is female and/or a person of color. CEO David Solomon said last month that the mandate was aimed at “accelerating” a trend toward more diverse boards that is developing too slowly on its own. Yet a new Bloomberg story highlights that Goldman's efforts to diversify itself are also moving at a glacial pace.
The article profiles Goldman global treasurer Beth Hammack, who's tasked with reworking how Goldman funds itself and who's seen as a candidate for higher office at the bank.
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