GS shifts Westerman to Asia

Matthew Westerman, a veteran of the European equity capital markets and most recently global head of ECM at Goldman Sachs, is off to Asia to become co-head of the bank’s investment banking business in the region.

  • 03 Feb 2012

Westerman joined Goldman in 2000, becoming partner in 2002. In his new role he will work alongside Dan Dees, who was most recently head of the financing group in Asia Pacific and joined Goldman in 1992, being named a partner in 2004.

The appointment of the two co-heads represents ...

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