It just became a lot clearer who is going to replace Lloyd Blankfein at the top of Goldman Sachs (GS)

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  • It just became a lot clearer who is going to replace Lloyd Blankfein at the top of Goldman Sachs. 
  • Harvey Schwartz, co-president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, is retiring next month, the bank announced Monday.
  • That leaves sole COO David Solomon as Lloyd Blankfein’s heir apparent.

And then there was one. 

Harvey Schwartz, one of the two men considered as the potential successor to Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, is retiring next month, the bank announced Monday. That leaves David Solomon, who had been co-president and co-chief operating officer alongside Schwartz, as the sole candidate to replace Blankfein when he steps down. 

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