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Inside the first Goldman Sachs partners’ dinner in SIX YEARS as lavish parties return for bankers

David Mccormack
Daily Mail

Prior to the  global economic meltdown Goldman Sachs were renowned for it’s lavish gala  dinners for it most profitable bankers. Goldman hosted  its first event since the crash last month. It was a lavish  affair with 450 bankers and their partners flown in from around the world to  attend. Earlier  this year the investment bank posted a $2.9 billion quarterly  profit.  

Dust of your tuxedos and ballgowns because  the good times are back once again – or at least for employees at Goldman  Sachs.

Prior to the global economic meltdown in  2007, the investment bank’s annual dinners were lavish affairs when the banking  behemoth spoiled its most profitable bankers and their partners.

These parties were mothballed following the  financial crisis when many banks were bailed out using taxpayer’s dollars and  bankers were encouraged to show some modesty and not flaunt their massive  bonuses while other people were having their homes repossessed.

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