Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon has come under heavy fire for using the company’s private jet to fly him to gigs.
Known artistically as DJ D Sol, Solomon reportedly used Goldman Sachs’ $63 million plane to fly to Chicago to meet clients and employees before playing a set at the Lollapalooza Festival.
Solomon, who has run Goldman Sachs since 2018, has cultivated a Spotify following of over 1.2 million monthly listeners and even collaborated with Sam Feldt, Aloe Blacc, Ryan Tedder, Robbie Jay and many more.
Under Sachs’ police, Solomon must reimburse the bank for any personal costs pertaining to any personal elements of the trip.
This isn’t the first time Solomon’s corporate life has clashed with his nightlife endeavours. Goldman Sachs’ board members are said to be concerned by his use of the bank’s private plane to travel to other festivals along with being uncomfortable with his decision to play at Tomorrowland in 2019.