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Goldman, Sachs & Co. - New York, NY

200 West Street New York, NY 10282

Updated: 11/11/2013

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200 West Street New York, NY 10282

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  • (212) 902-3000

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Goldman, Sachs & Co. - The Ayco Company, L.P. (Branch Office) 1301 W. Long Lake Road Suite 360 Troy, MI 48098 - 6349 (248) 614-3200

Goldman Sachs 30 Hudson Street Jersey City, NJ 07302 - 4699 (212) 902-1000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - The Ayco Company, L.P. (Branch Office) 8 Campus Drive Parsippany, NJ 07054 - 4409 (973) 401-2000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - The Ayco Company, L.P. (Branch Office) One Wall Street Albany, NY 12205 - 3827 (518) 464-2000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - The Ayco Company, L.P. (Branch Office) 25 British American Boulevard Latham, NY 12110 - 1405 (518) 640-5000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - The Ayco Company, L.P. (Main Office) 321 Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 - 4110 (518) 886-4000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. 6011 Connection Drive Irving, TX 75039 (972) 368-2200

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - Goldman Sachs AG (Germany) (Main Office) MesseTurm Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 49 60308 Frankfurt am Main , Germany + 49 69 7532 1000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - Goldman Sachs Asset Management Co. Ltd. (Japan) (Main Office) Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 10-1, Roppongi 6-chome Minato-ku Tokyo 106-6144 , Japan + 81 3 6437 6000

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. - Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC (People's Republic of China) (Main Office) Cheung Kong Center, 68th Floor 2 Queen's Road Central , People's Republic of China +852 2978 1000

Goldman, Sachs & Co. - Goldman Sachs International (United Kingdom) (Main Office) Peterborough Court 133 Fleet Street London EC4A 2BB , United Kingdom +44 20 7774 1000

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By Anonymous on Nov. 05, 2020

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Benjamin "Ben" Dyer, Managing Director of Security Of Goldman Sachs, routinely threatens job applicants over the phone after Goldman Sachs human resources department commits employment, and other types, of legal violations against applicants to the firm. This is done to keep upper tier employees of Goldman Sachs jobs safe and cover liability the firm would face if their actions (along with the actions of other banks in NYC) got out. Security services at Goldman Sachs, as it is at every other NYC bank, is essentially a gang of individuals that are out of control. Benjamin Dyer, who spent 16 years in the british army that supposedly qualified him for this post, apparently has as much legitimacy as former british military bear grylls roughing-it on an over-night hike. Security services across NYC, specifically at banks and financial institutions are insane(including, but not limited to Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Credit Suisse, UBS, HSBC, BNY Mellon, Wells Fargo, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, CIBC, Morgan Stanley, TD Bank, PNC, CITIGroup, Any and all others inclusive), and over-run with low-class, ghetto people(inclusive of security firms that work for the banks, such as ALLIED UNIVERSAL SECURITY SERVICES and all other security firms that all engage in this), that form gangs in these companies and prey on employees and applicants. The security at these firms are paid-off and bribed by upper tier executives (some from HR such as HSBC and former CITIgroup HR Executive simon perkins, who has attempted to have individuals arrested by police for forwarding resumes to his firms) to make sure people dont get hired by the firm, or are removed from the firm to save their jobs. These security staffs pick their favorites, including females at the firms and harass males in the company they dont want the girls to be with or the guys to get too close to. It is like living in the hood, which is where they came from. Elizabeth tyndell, vice president of human resources and co-head of experienced hire recruiting at goldman sachs Gs), has made it a common practice to not only call in house and outside legal counsel on individuals that apply for jobs at goldman sachs, but has even gone so far as to contact security to reach out to individuals that sent resumes to goldman sachs for jobs they themselves post and fully qualified individuals apply for. Tyndell has made it par-for-the-course to contact goldman sachs legal associate and in house counsel, kevin n. whitney, to threaten individuals for which tyndell has previously spoken to about jobs with gs and now, for one reason or another, no longer has any interest in dealing with. On top of that, tyndell and whitney then have goldman sachs chief of security, benjamin "ben" dyer contact individuals, who, again, are only applying to jobs he or she is fully qualified for, or was reached out to by tyndell, to tell that individual to no longer apply to the firm which is completely illegal. This is on top of whitney, who tells these same individuals to not apply to the firm further Also illegal), then directing them to attorney sheldon raab of the law firm fried frank, to then discuss the matter, for which mr. Raab is eaither playing dumb, is dumb, or legitimately has not idea why goldman sachs or kevin n. Whitney, is directing this individual to him and his firm. Perhaps tyndells And whitneys) interest in individuals is more of a personal matter than a professional one, and once she learns it is not reciprocated, this is how she reacts.

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