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Goldman Unveils Its Employees Much Younger, Far Less Paid As FICC Revenues Plunge

As part of its presentation to the Barclays Financial Services conference this morning, Goldman revealed that it saw revenue growth opportunities of more than $5b over 3 years. As the slide below shows, this includes: $1BN+ in FICC, $2BN+ in lending/financing (with the bank's "Marcus" loan, deposit platform netting $1BN+), $500MM+ in investment banking, $1BN+ in investment management and $500m+ in equties clients.
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