Goldman Sachs Chief Executive says opening offices in Birmingham ‘is all about talent’

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Sky’s Ian King talks to Goldman Sachs International Chief Executive Richard Gnodde about the company’s new offices opening in Birmingham.

It’s the latest big name in financial services to set up in the UK’s second-largest city, following the likes of HSBC UK and Deutsche Bank.

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