The list of new Goldman Sachs partners is out!
The bank tapped 70 new “partnership managing directors.” That is a much smaller class compared to the 110 tapped in 2010.
Phone calls from Lloyd Blankfein and Gary Cohn letting the bankers know they’ve made partner should have started around 8:30 a.m. ET, according to Reuters.
Those who didn’t make the cut were informed yesterday.
Goldman partners are picked during a very intense and secretive two-year selection process.
To be made partner is seen as a very, very big deal.
Here’s the release from Goldman:
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE: GS) today announced that it has invited 70 individuals to become Partners of the firm.
These appointments recognise some of the firm’s most valued senior professionals and acknowledge their leadership and contribution to the firm’s culture of excellence.
“We congratulate all those selected on this important achievement and look forward to their leadership in the years ahead,” said Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Goldman Sachs.
The following individuals will become Partners of the firm as of January 1, 2013, the start of our next fiscal year.
One former Goldman partner told eFinancial News: “Don’t tell my wife this, but being made partner was the greatest moment of my life.”
Congratulations to all of them.
Bloomberg has the list of people who made the cut:
Joseph S. Mauro
Charles M. McGarraugh
Xavier C. Menguy
Joshua S. Schiffrin
Jason H. Brauth
Gregory G. Olafson
Josh Struzziery III
Gerald Ouderkirk III
Russell W. Horwitz
Anne Marie B. Darling
Anthony W. Pasquariello
Marie Louise Kirk
Toby C. Watson
Francois J. Rigou
Edward A. Emerson
Scott M. Rofey
Antonio F. Esteves
Luca M. Lombardi
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