#GoldmanSachs legend who coined the #BRICS term back in 2001 leaves iconic investment bank's asset management division; legacy 'assured'— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) February 05, 2013
#GSAM's assets of US$821bn 'static' compared to 2007's US$868bn, despite market 'recovery'; future revenues 'emerging' tinyurl.com/bfrq4h7— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) February 05, 2013
Filed under Economic Development, Economics, Political Science
Tagged as BRICIS, BRICS, emerging markets, Goldman Sachs, GSAM, jim o'neill, Lloyd Blankfein, Next Eleven
I don’t think any part of Goldman Sachs can ever be forgiven for speculating on food prices and causing an increase in global hunger. That is the true ‘legacy’ of those who are part of it (http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2013/01/22-5)
We’ll all miss Jim…though I wasn’t invited to his leaving do…
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