Ryan moves to Singapore for new Goldman role

The move demonstrates the investment bank's decision to increase its commitment to Southeast Asia.
Goldman Sachs announced yesterday that David Ryan will relocate from Hong Kong to Singapore to assume the newly created position of chairman of Southeast Asia.

This underscores Goldman SachsÆ commitment to Southeast Asia, and the move, according to insiders, was largely driven by clients saying they wanted to see more of a Goldman Sachs presence in the region.

The firm said in an internal announcement that Ryan, who is a managing director and had been head of the financing group in Asia ex-Japan since 2005, will be responsible for determining and implementing strategy and ensuring that there is effective cross-divisional coordination across the firmÆs activities in these markets. The statement also said that as a...
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