GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP President: Lloyd Blankfein
Goldman has a four-point philanthropy strategy that helps female entrepreneurs, offers financial grants to non-profits, puts resources into growing companies and gives opportunities to its employees to volunteer. Between 2012 and 2013, the financial institution expanded philanthropy efforts by almost 9 percent. The investment bank proceeds to connect with on more extensive public matters that can possibly spur financial development.
Has such a lot of charity work helped Goldman Sachs repair its damaged reputation for adding to the 2008 financial crisis? After all, Goldman Sachs amplified the misfortunes connected with the economic downturn in the U.S. housing market. People who know little to nothing about Goldman Sachs, be get awed by the commitments it has displayed towards generous giving.