Forbes’ latest 30 Under 30 finance list just dropped, and a handful of people from Goldman Sachs made the cut.
The 30 Under 30 list is chosen by a panel of judges consisting of Anthony Scaramucci, the founder of hedge fund SkyBridge Capital; Robert Smith, the founder of private equity firm Vista Equity; and Tracy Britt Cool, the CEO of Pampered Chef and a financial assistant to Warren Buffett.
Readers can nominate impressive young people for the list, and the judges make their selections from those nominations.
The list is meant to represent the “game changers under 30 transforming the world,” according to Forbes.
This year, the finance list included Darren Dixon, 29, Moritz Baier, 29, and Seda Arca, 28 — all of Goldman Sachs.
Dixon holds the impressive title of youngest American managing director at Goldman Sachs, according to Forbes.
He is a structured credit trader, focusing on Latin America. Before Goldman Sachs, he studied at The College of William & Mary in Virginia.
Baier is an associate in Goldman’s tech, media, and telecom banking division and worked on Dell’s takeover of EMC last year, according to Forbes. He is Stanford MBA graduate and a citizen of Germany.
Baier is a marathon runner, according to his LinkedIn profile. He also served as a strategic advisor to the White House’s “US Digital Service” wing, consulting on information technology.
Arca is a vice president at Goldman Sachs and a corporate bond trader who focuses on healthcare, tobacco, and retail, according to Forbes.
A Princeton alumna, she spent five years at Deutsche Bank before moving to Goldman Sachs.
Last year, three different Goldman Sachs employees made the cut. They were Moran Baldar, then 27 and a vice president; Harry Greene, then 29 and also a vice president; and Jonah Van Bourg, then 29 and an executive director.
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