Goldman Sachs named three senior bankers to its management committee as the firm replaced dealmakers who’ve left its top leadership group.
Bloomberg News reports that Gregg Lemkau, Marc Nachmann and Jim Esposito were appointed to the panel, according to a memo Monday from Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein and President Gary Cohn. Lemkau serves as co-head of mergers and acquisitions, while Nachmann and Esposito lead the firm’s financing division.
Longtime investment bankers Gordon Dyal, Christopher Cole and John S. Weinberg all announced their retirement from the firm this year, while M&A Chairman Gene Sykes stepped down from the management committee to oversee Los Angeles’s bid for the 2024 Olympic games. John Waldron joined the committee last December when he was named co-head of investment banking, meaning four new bankers have been brought on since the company expanded the group to 34 members in February 2014.
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