Goldman’s Steven Barg leaving SE Asia role for New York

The bank’s co-head of investment banking for Southeast Asia is relocating to New York as head of M&A capital markets.

Goldman’s Steven Barg leaving SE Asia role for New York

Steven Barg, a partner at Goldman Sachs in Singapore, is heading to a new position in New York after less than a year in his role as co-head of investment banking for Southeast Asia.

The move, announced in an internal memo sent on Friday, comes just a week after the bank hired Morgan Stanley’s Kate Richdale, a senior investment banker with strong relationships in Singapore.

The timing of the announcements created...

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