750 Billion Reasons Why Goldman Is Rooting For Greta Thunberg's Success
17 Dec 2019 — #GroupThink
Having lost much of its central banker incubation skills over the past decade, and handing over the crown of Wall Street's most profitable trading desk to Morgan Stanley, in recent years Goldman Sachs has been best known for enabling and profiting wildly from Malaysia 1MDB criminal fraud, which culminated with the arrest of former Malaysia PM Razak, but not before Goldman made billions in illicit profits from selling bonds offered by the country's sovereign wealth fund.
Today, sustainable finance is no longer on the sidelines, but increasingly core to a company’s business. That’s why we are targeting $750 billion in sustainable finance by 2030. Learn more: https://t.co/XlpfbBIz8l #GSsustainability pic.twitter.com/mofnazNxdN— Goldman Sachs (@GoldmanSachs) December 16, 2019
Goldman Sachs released a 34-page analysis of the effects of climate change. And the results are terrifying.https://t.co/0xOuzEELf5— Birgit 马腾 (@BirgitBeijing) December 16, 2019
The first major U.S. bank to reject financing of oil drilling in the Arctic and new thermal coal projects anywhere in the world is speaking out. https://t.co/osx35XSVNY— HuffPost (@HuffPost) December 17, 2019
Goldman Sachs’ commercially driven plan for sustainability https://t.co/Y1XTBQ3YH7— Financial Times (@FT) December 15, 2019
Goldman Sachs to spend $750 billion on climate transition projects and curb fossil fuel lending https://t.co/v8z2WDjZqC— CNBC (@CNBC) December 16, 2019