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Goldman Sachs has seldom been out of the media glare since the financial crisis struck. This year in particular, the investment bank turned bank holding company, has come under intense scrutiny for its involvement in the Greek government’s sovereign debt crisis, and the almost universally unpopular payment of large executive bonuses in the aftermath of the US Treasury’s support of the banking sector.

Goldman had $871 billion in assets under management at the end of 2009 according to its annual

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