Goldman hires Kate Richdale from Morgan Stanley

A rare partnership offer lures Morgan Stanley’s head of Asia-Pacific investment banking to one of its biggest rivals.

Goldman hires Kate Richdale from Morgan Stanley
Richdale will join Goldman as a partner in June

Goldman Sachs has poached Kate Richdale, one of Asia’s most senior investment bankers, from Wall Street rival Morgan Stanley. She will join Goldman as a partner in June and is assuming the title of head of investment banking services for Asia ex-Japan.

“In this role, Kate will be responsible for covering clients in the region and for further strengthening our network of trusted advisory relationships,” said a memo sent to Goldman staff yesterday. “She...

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