Goldman Sachs bids final farewell to Dong

On the same day that the Danish public auditor closed the case concerning Goldman Sachs' entry into Dong Energy, the US investment bank has now sold its last shares in the utility.


Wednesday afternoon marked a last goodbye for Goldman Sachs and Dong Energy.

Shortly after Denmark's public auditor submitted its final report and closed the case concerning the investment bank's foray into the Danish utility in 2014, Goldman Sachs announced that it was selling its remaining stake in Dong, soon to be known as Ørsted.

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