GOLD­MAN SACHS GROUP Pres­i­dent: Lloyd Blank­fein

The HR Digest - - Cover Story -

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.

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