Goldman Sachs Co-Head Of M&A In The Americas To Retire

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Goldman Sachs partner Stephan Feldgoise is set to retire, remaining as an advisory director—a title often given to outgoing Goldman executives who don’t begin working for a competitor, per The Wall Street Journal. Feldgoise has been co-head of M&A in the Americas at the investment bank since December 2015 and will retire on July 1, per reports.G

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During Feldgoise’s tenure, Goldman advised buy-side and sell-side clients in the Americas on some 112 M&A deals, according to the PitchBook Platform. That includes Feldgoise’s work on Walgreens‘ acquisition of Alliance Boots and involvement in last year’s $6.8 billion electric & gas merger of Exelon and Pepco, per the WSJ.

Feldgoise reportedly joined Goldman in 1997 with a focus on energy and power companies. Upon his retirement, Matt McClure will remain co-head of Americas M&A under Goldman’s co-heads of global M&A, Michael Carr and Gilberto Pozzi, according to reports.

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