11.09.2022

Goldman Sachs Names Partner Class of 2022

11.09.2022
Goldman Sachs Names Partner Class of 2022

We are pleased to announce the Partner Class of 2022, a group of 80 individuals who have been invited to become partners of Goldman Sachs as of January 1, 2023, the start of our next fiscal year.

Every other year, we announce a new class of partners at the firm, preserving the spirit of partnership that has been at the heart of our culture for 153 years.

While much has changed since our founding in 1869, our commitment to elevating leaders who embody our core values of partnership, client service, excellence and integrity remains steadfast. Each of our new partners has contributed meaningfully to our business and culture, while embracing the firm’s One Goldman Sachs ethos.

As we take the next step in the evolution of our strategic journey — and make progress together on execution — our new partners will help lead our talented teams around the world in continuing to make a tangible impact. Together, these leaders have already contributed to our efforts to strengthen, grow and diversify our firm, and we look forward to working closely with them as we focus on the opportunity set ahead.

These decisions are extremely difficult, and we acknowledge the hard work of those who were not selected this year.

Please join us in congratulating the Partner Class of 2022.

David Solomon
John Waldron

Learn more about the Partner Class of 2022:

 

Partner Class of 2022

The following individuals will become Partners of the firm as of January 1, 2023, the start of our next fiscal year.

Osman Ali, New York

Amal Alibair, Washington, DC

Jean Altier Bohm, New York

Frederick Baba, New York

Sivasubramanian Balaji, Bengaluru

Melissa Barrett, New York

Pierre Benichou, New York

Kerry Blum, New York

Michael Broadbery, New York

Robert Charnley, London

Rob Chisholm, San Francisco

Stephen Considine, London

Alicia Crighton, New York

Aneesh Daga, London

Ranga Dattatreya, New York

Alexis Deladerrière, New York

Jack Devaney, New York

Kene Ejikeme, London

John Fathers, New York

Zac Fletcher, Sydney

John Flood, New York

Kelly Galanis, New York

Gizelle George-Joseph, New York

Scot Goodman, New York

Betsy Gorton, New York

Ken Grahame, New York

Dinesh Gupta, Jersey City

Kay Haigh, London

Aiden Hallett, New York

Milan Hasecic, London

Stephanie Ivy Sanford, Los Angeles

Lear Janiv, London

Jessica Janowitz, New York

Moritz Jobke, London

Vanya Kasanof, New York

Sarah Kiernan, New York

Tony Kim, London

Chloe Kipling, London

Jennifer Kopylov, New York

Adam Lane, New York

Lia Larson, London

Risa Lederhandler, London

Naomi Leslie, New York

Justin Lomheim, London

Gina Lytle, San Francisco

Christiane Macedo, New York

John Manzi, New York

Shahmil Merchant, London

Pooja Mishra Prahlad, New York

Babak Molavi, London

Robert Mullane, London

Harsh Nanda, New York

Joseph Persky, New York

Raya Prabhu, New York

Richard Privorotsky, London

Ali Raissi-Dehkordy, London

Zeeshan Razzaqui, New York

Elizabeth Reed, New York

Christian Resch, London

Vanessa Resnick, New York

Fernando Rivera, New York

Faisal Shamsee, Singapore

Stephen Stites, New York

Rob Taylor, Hong Kong

Luc Teboul, New York

Troy Thornton, New York

Jason Tofsky, New York

Ben Wallace, New York

Brandon Watkins, San Francisco

Whitney Watson, New York

Greg Watts, Alpharetta

Greg Wilson, New York

Ed Wittig, New York

William Wolcott, West Palm Beach

Isaac Wong, Hong Kong

Stuart Wrigley, Singapore

Rupam Yadav, New York

Jon Yarrow, London

Basak Yavuz, New York

Ryad Yousuf, London

Source: Goldman Sachs

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