Goldman Sachs’ Gamification Head, Adam Rosenberg Joins Fortress Investments

Goldman Sachs’ Adam Rosenberg, the Head of Gaming Investment Banking has parted ways with the group and taken up a

adamGoldman Sachs’ Adam Rosenberg, the Head of Gaming Investment Banking, has parted ways with the group and taken up a new role at Fortress Investment Group LLC to develop its gamification business.

Gamification is the latest buzzword rumbling around the financial industry. Games have always held an integral role in economics and finance. Conversely, Fortress has made a concerted effort to actively invest in the gaming and leisure sector, part of its $63.8 billion in assets.

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Mr. Rosenberg has been at Goldman Sachs for 16 years, having worked in such roles as Associate, Vice President, and Managing Director. Prior to joining Goldman in 1998, he also worked at Skadden for four years.

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