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Anthony LoPinto

Goldman Sachs has taken on a progressive tone over the last few months since its new CEO David Solomon took the reins. One of his first edicts was to relax its dress code, allowing bankers to swap their bespoke suits for a more casual look. In a note to the Goldman team Solomon wrote, “We believe this is the right time to move to a firm-wide flexible dress code recognizing the changing nature of workplaces generally in favor of a more casual environment”.

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