Goldman Sachs to Cut About 30% of Asia Investment Banking Jobs
Goldman Sachs is going to cut about 30% of their Asia investment banking jobs in Asia beside Japan. It will lower the number of bankers who are working on mergers and acquisitions. equity and debt capital markets.
“Goldman Sachs is going to cut about 30% of their Asia investment banking jobs in Asia beside Japan.”
The job cuts are most likely to occur around Hong Kong, Singapore and China. Goldman has highlighted in July that it will go on a cost cutting drive to save $700 million a year due to decline in revenue. This will leave Goldman Sachs with slightly more than 200 bankers in Asia.
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