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.
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Richdale will join Goldman as a partner in June 
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Richdale will join Goldman as a partner in June </div>

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 will work closely with country, sector and product heads to drive our coverage strategy and further support our coverage bankers.”

Richdale has been Asia-Pacific head of investment banking at Morgan Stanley since...

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