A former Goldman Sachs analyst has detailed her experience inside the company’s Manhattan headquarters in a memoir, including one incident where her colleagues ranked women on their ‘f**kability.’
Jamie Fiore Higgins, 46, explored her 17 years at the investment banking company through her memoir, ‘Bully Market: My Story of Money and Misogyny at Goldman Sachs.’
Higgins writes about the spreadsheet, in which she recounts one employee declaring, ‘I want tit size, ass shape and leg length,’ in addition to other moments of harassment and physical altercation.
After removing one employee from an account because he was having an affair with the client, Higgins says he grabbed her by the throat and pinned her to the wall.
‘If I could, I’d rip your f**king face off,’ he yelled.
Once she reported the incident to her boss, Higgins said that the employee would not be fired because her boss could not ‘afford to lose his golf connections.’
Jamie Fiore Higgins, 46, outlined her 17-year career…