The latest wealth management moves in the UK, rest of Europe, Middle East, and select international locations.
Goldman Sachs has named Rob Mullane (pictured) and Tristan Blood as the co-heads of platform and client strategy for its private wealth management business in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The roles are newly created, the firm said.
Mullane, who joined the firm in 2007, was named managing director in 2012 and Blood, who joined the firm in 2005, was named managing director in 2015.
“Rob and Tristan’s new roles will expand their management responsibilities and contribution to building and delivering high-quality investment solutions for clients, as we continue to scale our European business and extend our capabilities across the region,” Chris French and Stefan Bollinger, co-heads of Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management for EMEA, said.
The bank focuses solely on the ultra-high net worth space in its PWM business.