GLOBAL - Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) has made a raft of changes to its senior management, with Stephen Fitzgerald taking over as Europe and Asia head.
Suzanne Donohoe, currently co-head of GSAM Europe, will return to New York in April to take over as head of GSAM's North American client businesses.
She succeeds Kaysie Uniacke, who will head up the firm’s fiduciary business.
Fitzgerald, currently head of the investment management division Asia, will become head of GSAM International, overseeing Asia and Europe. He joins Ted Sotir, who remains co-head of GSAM Europe.
Fitzgerald will continue, at present, to be based in Hong Kong, but will relocate to London in the coming months.
In her new role, Uniacke will work closely with George Walker, Doug Kramer, and the global manager strategies team, and will also continue as president of the board for GSAM's US mutual funds.
GSAM has approximately $500bn in assets under management. By Lisa Haines
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