Goldman Sachs just named the smallest, most diverse class of partners since its IPO

Goldman Sachs just named its littlest and most different class of accomplices since its 1999 first sale of stock.

The firm on Thursday named 60 workers to the pined for rank of accomplice, the most noteworthy title at the New York-based bank and a gesture to its set of experiences as a private organization.

Since taking over in 2018, CEO David Solomon has pushed to make the association a more restrictive club, raising less workers and hurrying the flight of certain accomplices. The bank named 69 accomplices in 2018 and 84 in 2016; it has an aggregate of among 400 and 450 accomplices.

While almost half, or 47%, of the current year’s gathering was arranged as different, a high water mark for the firm, the majority of those named accomplice are men. The bank said that 27% of new accomplices are ladies, 7% are Black, 5% are Latinx and 17% Asian.

The approaching class and the general organization are additionally far less different than the objectives the bank has set for its lesser representatives, where half of every single new investigator and section level partners recruited in the U.S. should be ladies, 11% dark, and 14% Latinx.

Goldman is separated from everyone else among large banks in naming accomplices. The title accompanies advantages: Partners acquire a $950,000 base compensation and access rewarding inside venture reserves.

Here are the Goldman workers who become accomplices on January 1, 2021:

Zachary Ablon, Global Markets, New York

Anne-Victoire Auriault, Global Markets, New York

Jose Barreto, Investment Banking, London

John Brennan, Investment Banking, London

Richard Chambers, Global Markets, New York

Travis Chmelka, Global Markets, New York

William Connolly, Investment Banking, San Francisco

Yasmine Coupal, Investment Banking, San Francisco

Adam Crook, Global Markets, London

Simon Dangoor, Asset Management, London

Rajashree Datta, Risk, New York

Darren Dixon, Global Markets, New York

Lisa Donnelly, Operations, London

David Dubner, Investment Banking, New York

Jane Dunlevie, Investment Banking, San Francisco

Orla Dunne, Engineering, London

Ilya Gaysinskiy, Engineering, Jersey City

Wendy Gorman, Risk, New York

Jett Greenberg, Global Markets, New York

Phillip Han, Global Markets, New York

Michael Hui, Asset Management, Hong Kong

Rajiv Kamilla, Global Markets, New York

David Kamo, Investment Banking, New York

Nimesh Khiroya, Investment Banking, London

Jerry Lee, Investment Banking, New York

Christina Ma, Global Markets, Hong Kong

Hillel Moerman, Asset Management, New York

Aimee Mungovan, Investment Banking, New York

Kaushik Murali, Global Markets, New York

Sara Naison-Tarajano, Consumer & Wealth Management, New York

Mike Nickols, Investment Banking, New York

Ryan Nolan, Investment Banking, San Francisco

Bartosz Ostenda, Investment Banking, San Francisco

David Plutzer, Legal, New York

Scratch Pomponi, Investment Banking, New York

Nicole Pullen Ross, Consumer & Wealth Management, New York

Muhammad Qubbaj, Global Markets, New York

Max Ramirez, Asset Management, London

Neema Raphael, Engineering, New York

Riccardo Riboldi, Global Markets, London

Osmin Rivera, Global Markets, New York

Brian Robinson, Global Markets, New York

Cosmo Roe, Investment Banking, New York

Jennifer Roth, Global Markets, New York

Jonathan Rousse, Global Markets, New York

Yassaman Salas, Investment Banking, New York

Gunjan Samtani, Engineering, Bengaluru

Michael Schlee, Compliance, New York

Leonard Seevers, Asset Management, New York

Brews Sladic, Global Markets, Hong Kong

Miruna Stratan, Investment Banking, New York

Michael Ungari, Asset Management, New York

Nicholas van lair Arend, Investment Banking, London

Alex von Moll, Global Markets, London

Heather von Zuben, Asset Management, New York

Monali Vora, Asset Management, New York

Michael Voris, Investment Banking, New York

David Wade, Global Markets, London

Karl Wianecki, Asset Management, Jersey City

Imprint Wilson, Global Markets, London