Goldman Should Stop Saying Clients Come First, Levitt SaysChristine Harper and Erik Schatzker
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. should stop promoting itself as “putting customers first” because the slogan ignores conflicts inherent in trading, said Arthur Levitt, the former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman and a senior adviser to the firm.
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