A Goldman Sachs spokesman confirmed to CNN Money that contributions to the presidential campaign of Democrat Hillary Clinton are still allowed. She is running alongside U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, whose position does not fall under the new prohibitions.
In the memo, officials specifically noted that contributions could no longer be made to the Virginia Democratic Party, which might have been a reference to Kaine.
It's unclear what impact the new rules will have on Trump's fundraising efforts. The policy affects roughly 450 employees who make up about 1 percent of the firm's 37,000 employees, according to CNN Money. However, the group does include the company's highest earners, including CEO Lloyd Blankfield.