The Wall Street bank revealed its latest class of newly-minted partners in a statement on November 9. The list was slightly longer than in 2014 and was notable for the fact that women made up their highest percentage ever in the biennial promotion round.
Here are the names of the London staff who made the cut.
The bank’s general counsel for Europe, the Middle East and Africa and head of the region’s legal department, Bagley has been with Goldman since 2000 having previously worked at law firm Herbert Smith [now Herbert Smith Freehills].
Bayliss joined Goldman in 2009 and manages global government bond investment strategies. He was previously an investment manager at Metage Capital and Tudor Investments and has worked at JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank.
Working in the merchant banking division in London, Bruun is responsible for corporate European healthcare and nutrition investing and corporate investing in Scandinavia. He has been with the bank since 2004 and worked in the investment banking arm until 2010.
Global head of interest rate products stats and mortgage stats, as well as co-head of FICC credit valuation adjustment strategies in the securities division, he joined Goldman in 2006 and has a PhD in nanotechnology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Ciardi is global head of the prime services strat team, having joined the US bank in 2006.
Fry manages the upstream oil and gas function in the bank’s Emea natural resources group. He joined the bank in 2009 from Nomura and was named managing director in 2010. Earlier in his career he worked at Woodside Petroleum as an operations manager.
Head of the European Pension and Insurance Strategies Group, Hermann joined Goldman Sachs from the Royal Bank of Scotland in 2009 and was named managing director in 2012.
Hoxha is head of the bank’s European flow equity derivatives trading desk and convertibles trading desk, and is co-head of European equity synthetics trading. He joined the bank in 2004 from McKinsey & Company and was made managing director in 2013.
Hughes is global head of liquidity solutions sales in Goldman’s asset management arm and is European head of its asset management institutional sales business. She joined Goldman as a managing director in 2010, having previously been head of global liquidity sales for Emea at JP Morgan Asset Management.
Kingsbury manages European interest-rate swaps trading, having joined Goldman in 2004. He was made managing director in 2012.
An investment banker in the technology, media and telecoms group, Marriott joined Goldman in 1999 as an analyst and spent four years in the bank’s Los Angeles office.
Morgan is head of fixed income currency and commodities for the Emea region, having joined Goldman in 2006. Before joining the bank he taught macroeconomics to undergraduates at Cambridge University and later worked as a barrister.
Responsible for real estate acquisitions within the merchant bank, Mulahasani joined Goldman in 2000 as an analyst, spending a short time assessing market opportunities in the Middle East.
Head of global equity structured products trading, he joined Goldman Sachs from JP Morgan as a managing director in 2013.
Another investment banker working in Goldman’s TMT group, Prieto joined Goldman in 2002. Prior to joining the firm he was a consultant at McKinsey & Co, where he covered telecoms, and was previously a network engineer in the research and development department of Telefonica.
Co-head of European equity research, Sawtell joined the bank in 1994 and established its global technology sales team, which worked with the investment bank to distribute technology IPOs, in 1997. He was made managing director in 2004.
Somaiya manages the private capital business in the European special situations group, focusing on investing and lending through debt and equity products to middle-market corporates. She joined the bank as an analyst in 2001.
Part of the European controllers department management team, Taylor has been with the bank since 1997 and previously worked at PwC.
The full list of names can be read here.