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.
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Steven Barg: Heading to New York
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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 the impression that Barg is the second Goldman partner making way for Richdale after Tim Leissner last week gave up his title as head of investment banking services.

However, the timing is...

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