Goldman’s shake-up brings forward the next generation

The raft of promotions in the upper echelons of the Goldman Sachs investment banking department has been called "the most dramatic overhaul in a decade". In a way this is true – Goldman has lost some of its most senior bankers over the last 12 months and last week's reshuffle was an emphatic move to promote the next generation of bankers, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 11 May 2017
Emphatic yes, but not dramatic. The drama lies in the recent past — when some of the firm’s titans departed. Bankers like Michael Sherwood, who variously ran the firm’s European business, its trading operations and its partnership committee in a 26-year career until his decision to retire ...

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