Asia equity-linked banker exits Goldman

Dave Sandor is no longer with Goldman Sachs, where he oversaw equity-linked origination, structuring and execution across Asia Pacific and onshore China.

  • By John Loh
  • 09 Aug 2017


He left the firm in May as an executive director in Hong Kong. Sandor joined Goldman in July 2015 from Morgan Stanley.

His LinkedIn profile suggests he is now involved with blockchain and cryptocurrency. Sandor is also associated with Kben & Hol, a company he founded ...

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