- David Solomon has now been Goldman Sachs’ CEO for two years after succeeding Lloyd Blankfein in October 2018.
- Solomon has made significant changes to the company’s leadership team including expanding the size of the management committee, moving a number of senior executives into chairman roles, and solidifying reporting structures.
- Business Insider identified 125 of the key executives now leading the bank to come up with the exclusive org chart below.
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When David Solomon took over as Goldman Sachs’ CEO in October 2018, he became just the third person to lead the storied investment bank as a public company.
First there was Henry Paulson, who led the charge to take Goldman public in 1999. When Paulson was tapped to become George W. Bush’s Treasury Secretary in May 2006, he chose Lloyd Blankfein. Twelve years later, Blankfein selected Solomon.
Under the current CEO’s predecessors, Goldman