Habeck hired at Goldman as EM job mart reflates

Dolph Habeck joined Goldman Sachs at the beginning of this week in the latest move among emerging markets syndicate staff ahead of an expected uptick in issuance from a sector that has seen volumes plummet during the financial crisis.

  • 04 Sep 2009

Habeck was head of EM syndicate at Dresdner Kleinwort, a position he left in July. At Goldman he will work with Elena Paitra as an emerging markets syndicate manager.

There has been a lot of movement among emerging market syndicate staff over the past year after the bond markets ...

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