He spends his time in derivatives meetings in which not one minute is spent discussing how they can help clients? So where is his integrity? Why isn't he spending a minute in those meetings discussing the clients' needs? I have a feeling it's a lot easier to kvetch about integrity and culture when you've already banked tens or hundreds of millions of dollars on your clients' backs.
Sorry, Mr. Smith. I'm not buying it. Goldman has issues--that much is clear just by reading the news--but this is a shameless ploy to float your resume to an enormous audience. (Really? Your Rhodes Scholarship was germane to this conversation?) I hope the truly good executives who might hire you, the ones with real integrity, see through this and you're blackballed, both for your lack of integrity and your lack of loyalty. I like a whistleblower as much as the next person, but this isn't whistle blowing. This is horn tooting of the ugliest kind.