John Lefevre to join Goldman Sachs

John Lefevre is leaving boutique fixed-income firm Amias Berman to become Asia head of syndicate at Goldman Sachs.

John Lefevre, who last year teamed up with Jeremy Amias in Hong Kong to help build Amias Berman Co as an independent, global fixed-income firm, is leaving the boutique for Goldman Sachs.

“I believe in the long-term success of the firm,” said Lefevre of Amias Berman. “But I thought this was a good opportunity and the right fit at the right time for me personally.”

Lefevre previously worked for Citi on the bank’s Asian bond syndicate desk from 2004 until April 2008. He handled dollar and euro bond issuance together with Citi's head of syndicate, Paul Au, in Hong Kong, until the financial crisis hit the American bank hard.

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