Goldman’s CEO Is Paying Himself Like a Private-Equity Chief

David Solomon and his top deputies will get a slice of profits from the bank’s private-investment funds

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香蕉视频苹果下载David Solomon is getting a bigger slice of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s private-equity profits.

香蕉视频苹果下载The Goldman Sachs chief executive and a tight circle of lieutenants are taking a cut of profits from the firm’s private investment funds, according to people familiar with the plans. The perk could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars over the next several years to those executives, the people said, multiples of their annual pay depending on how those funds do.

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