About the Author Olivia Oran, Reuters Geeks venture into Goldman Sachs' world of big deals and egos By Olivia Oran, Reuters | February 14, 2017 Technology whizzes who helped Goldman Sachs eliminate hundreds of trading jobs over the past few years are venturing into the bank's flagship M&A business, making some junior bankers uneasy. Credit Suisse to create U.S. banking business for billionaires By Olivia Oran, Reuters | July 29, 2016 Credit Suisse Group AG, which exited its U.S. private wealth business last year, is building out a new investment banking group in the region to serve billionaires. Goldman's second-quarter profit soars on strong bond trading revenue By Sweta Singh, Reuters, Olivia Oran, Reuters | July 19, 2016 Goldman Sachs Group Inc's quarterly profit soared 78%, handily beating expectations, as the Wall Street bank earned more from bond trading and debt underwriting. Big banks need to shrink – but face obstacles By Olivia Oran, Reuters | February 19, 2016 Morgan Stanley: Just deal with us By Olivia Oran, Reuters | November 12, 2015 Morgan Stanley plans to offer savings accounts and certificates of deposits next year to wring more profit from its wealth management clients. Goldman Sachs getting in ETF market By Olivia Oran, Reuters | September 21, 2015 Goldman Sachs Group Inc said on Monday it was launching its first ever exchange traded fund, as the bank tries to break into the lucrative and highly competitive $3 trillion market for ETFs. Is Goldman Sachs getting hip? By Olivia Oran, Reuters | May 21, 2015 In Goldman Sachs Group Inc's latest move to bolster its street cred as a cool, tech-savvy bank, it is holding its annual shareholder meeting in San Francisco on Thursday.