All's fair in love and war - and investment banking.
Reuters reports that Goldman Sachs said its newly promoted co-chief operating officers and chief financial officer would each receive a $1.85 million (£1.5 million) base salary as part of their broader compensation packages.
The Wall Street bank's pay disclosures come days after the appointments, and as the race to succeed Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein – who has been in his role for more than a decade – heats up.
It is the first time that two of the executives, incoming co-COO David Solomon and incoming CFO Martin Chavez, will have their compensation disclosed publicly.
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