Goldman Sachs AM CIO Julian Salisbury departs after 25 years

To join Sixth Street Partners

Valeria Martinez
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Goldman Sachs Asset & Wealth Management’s chief investment officer Julian Salisbury is leaving the firm after 25 years.

On Friday (28 July), Salisbury announced on a LinkedIn post that he would be joining Sixth Street as a partner and co-chief investment officer alongside former colleagues Alan Waxman and Joshua Easterly. "After 25 years at Goldman Sachs, it was announced today that I will be leaving the firm to embark on a new and exciting adventure," he wrote.  "While the decision to leave Goldman Sachs was a difficult one, I could not be more excited for what we are going to accomplish at Sixth Street and I am looking forward to getting started in 2024." Goldman Sachs AM global fixed income CIO t...

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