Goldman Sachs Swaps German Country Heads, Elevates Two Replacements

Goldman Sachs has announced a series of changes to its German banking division, with Alexander Dibelius stepping down as the

Goldman Sachs logoGoldman Sachs has announced a series of changes to its German banking division, with Alexander Dibelius stepping down as the German country head. The men replacing him will be Wolfgang Fink and Joerg Kukies.

Goldman Sachs recently made headlines with the departure of Mitesh Parikh, along with the Gamification Head, Adam Rosenber, last month. Mr. Dibelius originally joined Goldman back in 1993, having ascended to the role of country head in 2002.

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Mr. Fink currently works as Goldman’s Head of Investment Banking in Germany and Austria, whereas Mr. Kukies is the Head of Equities and Fixed Income respectively.

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