Goldman Sachs' New York head of investment management John McNulty is set to retire after 22-years with the firm.
McNulty will become a senior director at the end of this month and will hand over the investment management reigns to Philip Murphy and Peter Kraus.
McNulty joined Goldman Sachs in 1980 as a private wealth management client advisor in Philadelphia. In 1996 he was named co-head of the asset management division and in 1999 the head of the investment management division. McNulty became a partner in 1990 and a managing director in 1996.
By Janet Du Chenne
Morgan Stanley Investment Management managing director Laura Bottega was recognised at the Women in Pensions Awards. She tells Stephanie Baxter what has been key to her success.
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A nationwide survey of committee and local pension board members of the Local Government Pension Scheme has revealed high levels of confidence in all areas of their responsibility.