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After being introduced, I emailed him a few weeks after I found an apartment in Brooklyn. on a Wednesday, and he responded within seconds: Sadly I can only attribute the speediness of my response to the fact that I am still at work. I wish I could provide you with more availability, but my only free times are really on the weekends. We met three days later, on 9/11 at Financier, just a few blocks from the World Trade Center site.We talked about Goldman Sachs: the grueling interviews and written tests he had endured before being offered his job.Despite the bouts of market volatility in EM equities this year, we believe the long-term fundamentals remain robust.A stronger macroeconomic backdrop should in turn drive earnings growth, which has historically been the predominant driver of EM equity performance over the long term.“It’s a view that makes you appreciate being alive,” he told me.
He’d tell me the promises they made about new assignments, promotions and “making a lot more money” if he just put in his time. In fact, he once told me, in one of his humblest moments, “there are lots of promises made at Goldman."After lunch, he said we could get a better view of Ground Zero from inside GS, so we walked over to the firm's new building at 200 West Street, past the huge Julie Mehretu painting in the lobby, and gave the security guard his badge and my ID.When we got up to his floor, he showed me the trading floor, his desk, the nice cafeteria, the free food and coffee. He was at a friend’s apartment in the Financial District.Mark also liked the Gansevoort, and the Meatpacking District scene in general. But we’d often go out for dinner on Greenwich Street in Tribeca. He would often strategically leave his thank-you notes from sales associates at Bergdorf on his kitchen table, which I always saw.Although he was working at Goldman Sachs, he was only a first-year analyst. He would also glance at the brand names of the shoes or purses I would set on his apartment floor.