Multi-Billion Malaysian Scandal Could See Goldman Sachs’ Top Executives Lose $40 Million in Pay Backs

Goldman Sachs will cut back its top executives’ compensations depending on the consequence of investigation into the bank’s role in a multibillion-dollar Malaysian fund scandal. In a regulatory filing, Goldman announced that its board could reduce or forfeit the stock-based awards granted to its tier-one executives in 2018. Such a scenario could affect former CEO and Chairman Lloyd Blankfein and current CEO David Soloman. While Blankfein was guaranteed to receive $ 18.5 million in annual variable compensation, which included $ 14.245 million in the form of restricted stock units (RSU), Soloman was promised circa $ 15.4 million in RSU as a part of his 2018’s

Multi-Billion Malaysian Scandal Could See Goldman Sachs’ Top Executives Lose $ 40 Million in Pay Backs by CCN

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