Origins of Goldman Sachs

Doria Sachs

Doria Sachs

Goldman Sachs is being overseen by the Doria-Pamphilj and Sacchetti families of Italy. The Doria name derives from de Auria and Aureo or D’oro which are Italian words for gold. The Aurelia family were an ancient gentile clan of Rome involved with military, politics, and produced Aurelia Cotta the mother of Julius Caesar. The Doria family started out as a banking family from Genoa. The Sacchetti and Sachs name both mean bags or sacks.

Italian Nobility usually have the highest authority in society through Rome’s network of power. There are numerous Jesuit educated top executives working for Goldman Sachs as well as Vatican knights. Debora Spar is on the Board of Directors for Goldman Sachs and went to Georgetown.

Peter Oppenheimer is on the board of directors for Goldman Sachs and he was Jesuit educated from Santa Clara University. Lakshmi Mittal is another member of Goldman Sachs board of directors and he was Jesuit educated from St. Xavier’s College of Kolkata, India. Edward Gerald Corrigan was a former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, was Jesuit educated from Fordham University, and is currently managing director in the Office of the Chairman at Goldman Sachs and is Chairman for Goldman Sachs USA. The billionaire Robert Agostinelli was educated at the Roman Catholic Aquinas Institute and worked for Goldman Sachs as a senior partner before co-founding Rhone Group and the Friends of Israel Initiative.

The Roman born Mario Draghi who is President of the European Central bank, board member for the Bank for International Settlements, and member of the G30, was Jesuit educated from the Massimiliano Massimo Institute in Rome.

Mario Draghi previously worked as vice chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs International. Peter Sutherland was a Vatican Knight of the Order of St. Gregory, Jesuit educated from Gonzaga College, Bilderberg member, former Director for the Royal Bank of Scotland, and Director of the GAAT; and he worked as non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs International. Geoffrey Boisi is a Roman Knight of Malta, Jesuit educated from Boston College, member of the Trilateral Commission, Trustee for the Papal Foundation, and worked as a top executive for Goldman Sachs for decades as well as JP Morgan and Freddie Mac.

Eileen Rominger was Jesuit educated from Fairfield University, Director of Investment Management at the United States Security and Exchange Commission, and she was the Global Chief Investment Officer of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Marquis Marcello Sacchetti was Papal Treasurer for the Vatican in the 17th century. The head of the Sacchetti family today is Prince Urbano Sacchetti of Rome. Prince Vittorio IV of Savoy’s wife is Princess Marina Doria. The official head of the Doria family is Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj and he works with Prince Albert II of Monaco.

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