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Goldman Sachs’ compliance department is known to conduct surveillance of employees’ email. It is an automated process which monitors the emails for certain phrases that are flagged for specific scrutiny. The flagged emails are then reviewed to decide whether they present a problem.
Hence, Goldman Sachs bankers should pause and think again before sending an email calling any trade “a sure bet” or a note saying someone “embezzled the account”, according to an article published today by CNBC.
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