Goldman Sachs President and COO Gary Cohn is considering leaving the storied Wall Street firm, according to a report Wednesday.
Cohn, who is Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein's top deputy, has been weighing his future at Goldman and has had discussions about departing, Dow Jones said, citing sources. He is one of the possible administration candidates meeting with President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Trump is considering Cohn to be director of the Office of Management and Budget in his administration, Politico reported Wednesday.
The investment bank's president serves as a member of the Goldman Sachs management committee and board of directors. During his 25-year career at Goldman, Cohn has held a variety of leadership positions in its securities division.
Representatives for Goldman were not immediately available to comment.