Institutional Investors Meeting
Two demonstrators carrying a pink banner got on stage when Mr. Blankfein started his talk.
Lloyd Blankfein talked about the global economic crisis, financial regulation, and U.S. economic policy. In his remarks he warned against protectionist legislation that would inhibit long-term economic growth. He also spoke about executive compensation, as well as harmful immigration and tax policies. After his remarks he responded to questions.
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Lloyd C. Blankfein Chair and CEO Goldman Sachs
Joe Dear Chairman Council of Institutional Investors
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