One of the most senior women at Goldman Sachs is retiring

Goldman Sachs’ global treasurer, Liz Beshel Robinson, is retiring from the bank, according to a statement from CFO Harvey Schwartz.

She will become an advisory director.

Beshel Robinson joined the firm in 1990 in the investment bank’s financial institutions group, and joined the corporate treasury department three years later.

A partner and boardmember of Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Beshel Robinson worked on the bank’s IPO in 1999.

As global treasurer, she was tasked with helping manage Goldman Sachs’ liquidity risk, funding global businesses, and working with external stakeholders, according to the statement.

Liz is currently co-chair of the Finance Committee and a member of a number of other committees at the firm.

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