Goldman Sachs Asset Management International in London is to strengthen its plan sponsor business with the appointment of Sally Marshall as executive director of UK institutional business, with effect from September 3, 2001.
Marshall will join Goldman Sachs after four years at Lombard Odier International Portfolio Management where she was head of UK marketing and client relations. Her replacement is Paul Osborne, who is currently head of fixed interest marketing.
Osborne will be working alongside assistant vice president, UK institutional marketing and client relations, Edward Jones and will report to Ronnie Armist, managing director and joint head of group institutional client unit.
At Goldman Sachs, Marshall will assist in the marketing of a range of investment products, including multi-managed, specialist equity portfolios and hedge funds. She will report to head of business at Goldman Sachs, Oliver Bolitho.
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