Suit revives Goldman conflict issue: The N.Y. Times

Firm faced possible penalties

The New York Times reports that Carmen Segarra, a former examiner for the New York Federal Reserve, says she was fired in retaliation for not altering findings that Goldman Sachs had inadequate procedures to guard against conflicts of interest. Her findings may have contributed to a downgrade of a confidential rating that would have led to enforcement actions and other penalties.

Read more at NYTimes.com.

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