Management shake-up for Goldman's LatAm division

  • 07 Apr 2006

Goldman Sachs' Latin American investment banking division underwent a management shake-up this week when it announced two new co-heads, Eduardo Centola and Martin Werner.

The two bankers replace Corrado Varoli, who has headed the unit on his own since 2000.

Goldman did not give any details as to why Varoli ...

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