Corrigan: Goldman Sachs consulted Eurostat on Greece currency swaps


Goldman Sachs did consult European statistics agency Eurostat on currency swaps traded with the Greek government, which allowed the sovereign to reduce the size of its reported debt, Gerald Corrigan, a managing director and chairman of Goldman Sachs Bank USA, told a House of Commons Treasury Select Committee hearing this afternoon. It is the first public comment to come out of a Goldman official since the currency swaps controversy reignited two weeks ago, and directly contradicts Eurostat's

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