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Goldman Sachs executive “retires” after profiting 72x from Dogecoin

According to rumors, a bank director in the London division of Goldman Sachs became a millionaire after investing in Dogecoin.

Goldman Sachs executive "retires" after profiting 72x from Dogecoin

Goldman Sachs executive “retires” after profiting 72x from Dogecoin

According to reports circulating on social networks, the executive reportedly profited significantly from investments in cryptocurrency and left his job at the bank.

The executive in question is Aziz McMahon, managing director and head of sales for emerging markets at Goldman Sachs.

 Aziz McMahon, managing director and head of sales for emerging markets at Goldman Sachs.

Aziz McMahon, managing director and head of sales for emerging markets at Goldman Sachs. (Image: Linkedin)

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  • According to information shared on Twitter, McMahon was influenced by Tesla CEO and DOGE supporter Elon Musk.

    It is believed that the executive saw his fortune increase more than 72 times between the beginning of January and the end of last week because of the cryptocurrency investment he made.

    Neither Goldman Sachs, nor McMahon, confirmed the story – nor did they deny it. However, close friends and co-workers confirmed that the executive had left the company.

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