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Goldman Sachs Confirms Head Of Advisory In Private Wealth Arm Has Left

Tom Burroughes Group Editor London 18 February 2015


The US-headquartered investment bank and wealth management house confirmed that one of its senior figures in the UK has left the firm.

The head of advisory at the private wealth management arm of Goldman Sachs in London has left after a stint of 18 years at the US-headquartered firm.

Suss, who held the post of head of advisory (London) PWM, has decided to retire from Goldman Sachs, this publication saw from an internal memo it has obtained. Goldman Sachs confirmed the detail. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1997 as an analyst in the equities division, moving to the investment management division in 2000, becoming a senior investment professional in PWM and later head of the wealth management Solutions team in EMEA.  Suss was named managing director in 2006.

This publication was unable to ascertain Suss’s future plans at the time of going to press.  


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