Goldman Sachs to close Cedar Rapids call center
BPC Staff Mar 12, 2018 | 7:55 pm
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Goldman Sachs today announced plans to close a Cedar Rapids call center, moving 40 jobs to Salt Lake City, reports the Cedar Rapids Gazette. The last day of operations for employees is April 13. The New York-based investment bank’s second-largest location is in Utah, and Goldman Sachs plans to continue to grow operations in Salt Lake City, the company said in a statement. Goldman Sachs took over the Iowa call center in 2016 after acquiring the online deposit business of GE Capital Bank.
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