Goldman Sachs’ Deborah Querub Moves to NY in Senior eFX Sales Role

Deborah Querub shifts focus from London to New York in a similar senior eFX role with Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) has made a new appointment to its New York foreign exchange unit, promoting Deborah Querub as the group’s newest Executive Director of eFX Sales with immediate effect, Finance Magnates has learned.

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Ms. Querub has been with Goldman Sachs since 2007, having worked in a similar role with the lender, albeit confined to the bank’s London branch. During this time she held senior level positions in its Risk Management and Prime Brokerage unit, as well as eFX Sales.

dbHer latest role will see her move to New York from London to focus on eFX Sales with the lender, her first such role in the US. Prior to Goldman Sachs, she also worked for private asset manager, Edmond de Rothschild, dating back to 2005, according to information made public on her Linkedin profile.

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