Goldman Sachs considers sending more 100 traders, salespeople to West Palm Beach

Goldman Sachs considers sending more 100 traders, salespeople to West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach is attractive for both workers and their families.Flavio Vallenari/Getty Images

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Goldman Sachs is in talks to move more than 100 salespeople and traders to West Palm Beach, as the move from Wall Street to Florida accelerates


Leaders of Goldman's sales-and-trading operation have asked desk heads to poll workers on if they want to relocate to West Palm Beach, according to a source. Read more on the once-unthinkable move.

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman wants US employees back in the office by Labor Day: 'If you can go into a restaurant in New York City, you can come into the office'

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says he intends to stay in his role for a 'significant amount of time' despite a recent leadership shake up hinting at his succession plan

JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon said he wouldn't retire within the next three years while speaking at a conference Monday. The statement comes despite recent talks of his successor.


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Goldman Sachs promoted Liz Ewing, a nine-year veteran of the bank, to be CFO of the consumer division. Here's what we know.

Plaid quietly acquired a startup founded by 2 Robinhood alums in March, hinting at plans to push further into payments

Goldman Sachs considers sending more 100 traders, salespeople to West Palm Beach
Zach Perret, co-founder and CEO of PlaidPlaid

Plaid's March acquisition of Flannel, a fintech building payment APIs, is a signal of bigger plans at the $13.4 billion startup. Here's what we know about the deal.

Morgan Stanley is doubling down on its wealth business, and its co-president says client assets could swell by more than 50%, topping $7 trillion

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Crispin Odey believes inflation will bring a 'golden period' for M&A. He highlights why his bet on Distell could be a big winner.

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Odd lots:

Investors Clamor for a Bigger Piece of Payments Company Stripe (WSJ)

Wall Street's Return-to-Office Gulf Exposed by Goldman, Citi (Bloomberg)

Barely Hired at Morgan Stanley, Trading Savior Nears CEO's Perch (Bloomberg)