Meet the Goldman Sachs execs tasked with building the firms’ new Blackstone-esque private-investing unit — and pumping up the bank’s flagging stock price
|06/17/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Goldman Sachs announced a plan Monday to combine five investing teams into a single alternatives investing unit to be housed in the merchant banking division.
- The three co-heads of the new division will be Julian Salisbury, Andrew Wolff and Sumit Rajpal, according to the memo to staff announcing the appointments.
- The changes elevate a trio of executives with relatively little public persona into a crucial spot as CEO David Solomon looks to pump up the firm’s flagging stock price.
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