Jak donosi The New Yorker Departament Compliance banku Goldman Sachs prowadzi monitoring e-maili pracowników. Nie byłoby w tym nic dziwnego, gdyby nie lista zwrotów jakie zostały zaszyte w automatycznym systemie monitoringu do jakich dotarł New Yorker (o ile oczywiście jest to prawda)
Poniżej wyciąg z listy zwrotów:
You can trust me.
I have your best interests in mind.
I’m a good person.
Every time I think about the financial crisis, I laugh.
I know that paying for prostitutes and private jets for potential clients seems like a dubious way to have done business in Libya when Qaddafi was in power, but trust me, no one will find out.
Who wants to play a game of risk?
I mean like the board game; I should have capitalized it. Who wants to play Risk?
But yes, I’ve also been taking on lots of risk, financially speaking.
Sometimes I look out of my window and think about big questions.
Like, “I hope no one finds out about the prostitutes we paid for in Libya.”
Also “What does it all mean?” “How did I get here?” and “How do I get on the guest list at 1 OAK.”
“The Wolf of Wall Street” is my favorite movie.
Yeah, “The Wolf of Wall Street” is great, and I definitely don’t fundamentally misunderstand what it’s about.
Is this insider trading?
Didn’t someone say something about insider trading on orientation day?
Insider trading, insider shmading.