Goldman Sachs Shakes up Its M and A Division, Naming Two Co-Heads

Goldman Sachs has promoted two regional heads to its global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) business.

Goldman Sachs has promoted two regional heads to its global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) business, naming Michael Carr and Gregg Lemkau as its newest global M&A co-Heads.

Mr. Carr most recently served as Goldman’s Head of Americas M&A. Together with Gilberto Pozzi, the current Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) M&A, the two will serve as the global M&A co-heads.

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Furthermore, Gene Sykes, most recently global M&A co-Head, has been elevated to the rank of global M&A co-Chairman, alongside current co-Heads Tim Ingrassia, Jack Levy and Paul Parker.

According to Goldman’s executive management team, including Richard Gnodde, David Solomon and John Waldron in a recent memo on the appointment, “Gene, with 31 years of experience at the firm, has been instrumental in shaping and defining our M&A franchise across a range of businesses and regions.”

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