Peter Williams to Leave Foreign Exchange Desk At Goldman Sachs

According to sources close to the matter, Mr. Williams has left Goldman Sachs to pursue other career opportunities after spending

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According to information obtained by Forex Magnates, one of the senior foreign exchange traders at Goldman Sachs, Peter Williamsת has left the company to pursue other career opportunities.

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Information on Mr Williams’ public LinkedIn profile states that he served at Goldman Sachs as an Executive Director since 2007 and moved from the company’s London desk where he worked as EMEA Manager for Securities Lending Technology to New York in August 2013.

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Forex Magnates’ reporters reached out to Goldman Sachs to confirm the move, but at the time of publication the company had not provided an official comment.

Goldman Sachs and its foreign exchange traders have remained largely insulated from the FX fixing scandal which engulfed the industry last year. Despite being amongst the banks under investigation, the company has not been charged nor solicited to settle on manipulation of foreign exchange markets charges.

In January, Rob Drake-Brockman was appointed as the banks’ co-head of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Prime Brokerage unit.

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