The Case Study of Goldman Sachs



This chapter analyzes the case study of Goldman Sachs, highlighting the possible internal and environmental determinants of reputational risk. In particular, the chapter focuses on corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, remuneration policies, stakeholder engagement, quantitative indicators of the bank’s financial statements, dynamics of the share price and deepens the impact of administrative or judicial inquiries and the dissemination of negative news through the media on the credit ratings and reputation of Goldman Sachs.


Corporate Governance Chief Executive Officer Share Price Investment Bank Global Reporting Initiative 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of FoggiaFoggiaItaly

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