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Goldman $ach$ names partner$

October 29, 2008

It’s not all bad news on Wall Street, at least not for those at the top of the heap.

Goldman Sachs, who pays out the most in bonuses each year, on Wednesday named 94 new members to its elite club of partner managing directors. This group of 443 men and women typically share a fifth of the firm’s bonus pool, which is nothing to sneeze at, even if compensation is down this year.

Below is the memo and the list:

October 29, 2008

Goldman Sachs Announces the Partner Class of 2008
We are pleased to announce that the following individuals have been invited to become partners as of November 29, 2008, the start of our next fiscal year. These appointments recognize the contributions and potential of some of the firm’s most valued senior professionals.

Paul R. Aaron

Sean J. Gallagher

David M. Marcinek

Heather K. Shemilt

Sanggyun Ahn

Gonzalo R. Garcia

Blake W. Mather

Magid N. Shenouda

Philip S. Armstrong

Paul E. Germain

John J. McCabe

Suhail A. Sikhtian

Charles Baillie

Paul Graves

John J. McGuire Jr.

Gavin Simms

Philip R. Berlinski

E. Glenn Hadden

Milton R. Millman III

Marshall Smith

Robert A. Berry

Jonathan J. Hall

Christopher Milner

John D. Storey

Oliver R. Bolitho

Jan Hatzius

Christina P. Minnis

Patrick M. Street

Patrick T. Boyle

Martin Hintze

Takashi Murata

Ram K. Sundaram

Stephen Branton-Speak

Todd Hohman

Todd G. Owens

Robert J. Sweeney

Anne F. Brennan

James P. Houghton

Craig W. Packer

Michael J. Swenson

Samuel S. Britton

Paul J. Huchro

Gilberto Pozzi

Jeffrey M. Tomasi

Jason G. Cahilly

Hidehiro Imatsu

Lora J. Price

David G. Torrible

Martin Cher

Alan S. Kava

Lorin P. Radtke

Frederick Towfigh

Denis P. Coleman III

Dimitrios Kavvathas

Richard M. Ramsden

Greg A. Tusar

Kevin P. Connors

Larry M. Kellerman

Michael J. Richman

Andrea A. Vittorelli

James V. Covello

Hideki Kinuhata

Michael Rimland

Paul Walker

Jeffrey R. Currie

Michael E. Koester

Luigi G. Rizzo

Alasdair J. Warren

Albert F. Dombrowski

J. Christopher

A. Kojima

Scott A. Romanoff

Dominic A. Wilson

Thomas M. Dowling

Michiel P. Lap

Julian Salisbury

Steve Windsor

L. Brooks Entwistle

Brian J. Lee

Paul D. Scialla

Martin Wiwen-Nilsson

Stephan J. Feldgoise

David A. Lehman

Peter E. Scialla

Denise A. Wyllie

Benjamin W. Ferguson

Deborah R. Leone

Peter A. Seccia

Han Song Zhu*

Wolfgang Fink

John S. Lindfors

Rebecca M. Shaghalian

Timur F. Galen

H.C. Liu

Devesh P. Shah
* Employee of Goldman Sachs Gao Hua Securities Company Limited

We congratulate all of those selected and wish them continued success in their careers. These decisions are extremely difficult and we would like to acknowledge the contributions of those who were not selected this year. We are confident that many of them will be selected in the future.
Lloyd C. Blankfein Jon Winkelried Gary D. Cohn

Comments
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A cabal of financial people

Will they also share the loss of their company and clients???

Or are they just being parasites??

Posted by Chris Boston USA | Report as abusive
 

they are parasites unto us all.

goldman -> scum

Posted by lee | Report as abusive
 

Wow that is a long list. Wonder what it will look like next year.

 

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