Goldman Sachs Names New Heads of Investment Banking
Goldman Sachs has promoted two partners to co-heads of its investment banking division.
Gregg Lemkau is one of the bank’s top deal makers and until now has served as the co-head of global mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Lemkau’s sister, Kristin, is chief marketing officer at Goldman’s rival JPMorgan Chase, and congratulated her younger brother on Twitter.
Marc Nachmann had been head of the global financing group and head of Latin America for the firm.
The two men will join John Waldron as co-heads of investment banking.
Richard Gnodde, who had held that role alongside Mr. Waldron, will continue to look after Goldman’s operations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The full memo is below.
Gregg Lemkau and Marc Nachmann to Co-Head the Investment Banking Division With John Waldron
We are pleased to announce that Gregg Lemkau, co-head of Global Mergers & Acquisitions, and Marc Nachmann, head of the Global Financing Group and head of Latin America for the firm, have been named co-heads of the Investment Banking Division (IBD).
Alongside John Waldron, Gregg and Marc will lead our efforts to continue to solidify and grow our pre-eminent investment banking franchise around the world. Marc will be based in London.
Richard Gnodde, vice chairman of the firm and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International, will continue to lead the firm across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Gregg and Marc have worked closely with many of our clients around the world on their most significant transactions. Their deep and expansive understanding of industries and markets has helped further establish and define our global franchise as a leading advisor…