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Goldman Sachs Talent Head Says More Work Needed on Diversity

  • Megan Hogan calls DEI efforts ‘a core business imperative’
  • Blacks accounted for 3.7% of senior officials and managers

Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s chief diversity officer and global head of talent said the Wall Street giant will keep pushing after making progress in the hiring and retention of Black workers in recent years.

“The only way that we can hit our bottom line and create revenue streams that are going to be impactful to our shareholders is to have diversity of background across every level of the firm,” Megan Hogan said Thursday on Bloomberg TV. “Advancing diversity, equity and inclusion is a core business imperative and should be for many companies.”