by Ben Martin
The boss of Goldman Sachs has admitted that he is “scared to death” that the Wall Street giant will become mired in a scandal caused by a rogue staff member.
Lloyd Blankfein told CNN that the rules governing banks were now very tight and that his main concern was that Goldman would be hurt by the misbehaviour of an employee.
“The world wants me to be scared to death of that and they want me to be vigilant at the end of the day, and they’ve accomplished their purpose,” he said in an interview. “They have me on edge all the time.”