Goldman Sachs wants bankers for a whole new team in Frankfurt
Goldman Sachs is hiring at every level for a new M&A team in Germany. - The U.S. bank has just posted multiple openings for a managing director, vice presidents, analysts and associates for a new "cross markets group" in Frankfurt.
The recruitment drive follows the recent revelation that Goldman is building an advisory business team in Europe with a focus on companies valued between $500m and $2bn. The new division is headed by Rob Pulford, a partner and head of the financial and strategic investors group.
Members of Goldman's Frankfurt cross markets group will be generalists working across all sectors. The bank describes the new group as one of its, "key growth initiatives."
In the job specifications for its cross markets group, Goldman says candidates must have "direct customer contact and customer relationship experience" and a "strong track record in M &A and financial transactions".
The new recruits come as Goldman Sachs is preparing to move from Frankfurt's Messeturm to the new Marien tower, which is nearing completion. The move is scheduled for the third quarter.
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