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Goldman Sachs Will Stay Open With Help From Offices Outside NYC

October 28, 2012

Goldman Sachs Will Stay Open With Help From Offices Outside NYC

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. expects to be open for business tomorrow when Hurricane Sandy strikes New York as the firm gets help from overseas offices and people working from home. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS:US) expects to be open for business tomorrow when Hurricane Sandy strikes New York as the firm gets help from overseas offices and people working from home.

Plans include using “teams in London and other locations around the world for additional support, having designated people work from our Greenwich and Princeton sites and, for most of you, working from home,” according to a staff memo from Chief Administrative Officer Jeffrey Schroeder that was obtained today by Bloomberg News.

Some individuals deemed critical to operations will be told to come to work if they can get to their offices and return safely, according to the memo.

To contact the reporter on this story: Rick Green in New York at rgreen18@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Rick Green at rgreen18@bloomberg.net


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