The curse of Goldman envy

18 Jan 2008 By Hugo Dixon, Antony Currie

Ironically, it’s because they tried to copy Wall Street’s most successful firm. The banks most scarred by the subprime debacle – like Citi, Merrill and UBS – were infected by what could be called “Goldman envy”. Those that emerged unscathed were relatively immune to the disease.

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