Goldman’s chairman for Southeast Asia to retire

After 20 years with Goldman Sachs, Brooks Entwistle will retire at the end of this year, but will stay with the firm as an advisory director.
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Brooks Entwistle, a Goldman Sachs partner and chairman of the bank’s Southeast Asia business, will retire at the end of this year, according to an internal memo. Like many other partners who retire after a long career with Goldman, he will continue to work with the firm as an advisory director.

Entwistle joined Goldman Sachs in 1989 and except for a short break from the investment banking industry in the early 1990s, he has been with the firm for 20 years.

Among his many achievements Entwistle is credited with the establishment of Goldman’s on-the-ground franchise in India after the firm decided to part ways with its joint...

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