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17 April 2012 By Antony Currie

The firm is used to standing out, but couldn’t match JPMorgan’s Q1 investment banking returns. Goldman’s prudent approach to risk and taxes, however, may offset concerns over treating clients like muppets. It could be welcome relief after a spate of governance and image problems.

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