Surprise as Joseph leaves Goldman Sachs after only 12 months as wave of high level departures continues

  • 01 Apr 2005

Ravi Joseph left Goldman Sachs at the end of last week, almost exactly a year after he joined the bank as managing director in its debt financing group.

The move appears sudden, and follows several other senior departures in Goldman's debt financing division, including Mark ...

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