José Manuel Barroso to become chairman of Goldman Sachs International

Author (Person)
Series Title
Series Details 11.07.16
Publication Date 11/07/2016
Content Type

José Manuel Barroso, former Portuguese prime minister and former European Commission president, was hired by Goldman Sachs International in non-executive advisory role to deal with the impact and consequences of the outcome of the referendum in the United Kingdom on its EU membership.

Mr Barroso faced a wave of criticism as a result of this nomination.

Source Link
Related Link(s)
EurActiv, 09.07.16: Barroso’s new job described as ‘greatest boon for Europhobes’
Goldman Sachs: News Release, 08.07.16: José Manuel Barroso Appointed Non-Executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs International and Advisor to Goldman Sachs
Deutsche Welle, 09.07.16: Outcry over Barroso move to Goldman Sachs
Politico, 08.07.16: José Manuel Barroso to work for Goldman Sachs
Euronews, 09.07.16: Goldman Sachs hires former EU chief Barroso
The Wall Street Journal, 08.07.16: Former Commission Chief Barroso Lands Goldman Sachs Role
ESO: Background information: Ombudsman welcomes publication of names following 'revolving doors' inquiry
EUObserver 11.07.16: EU commission under fire over Barroso bank job
EurActiv, 12.07.16: Civil servants join call to cut Barroso’s EU pension after Goldman Sachs hire
Politico, 11.07.16: José Manuel Barroso’s new job at Goldman Sachs angers EU
Euro|Topics: Debates, July-September 2016: Barroso off to Goldman Sachs
France24, 14.07.16: France calls on ex-EU chief Barroso to drop Goldman Sachs job
EUObserver, 26.07.16: [Opinion] How to fix the EU 'revolving door'

Subject Categories
Countries / Regions