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Goldman Names Mahoney for Asia Financial Institutions

Incoming Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Head of Financial-Institutions Group for Asia Ex-Japan John Mahoney. Photographer: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg
Incoming Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Head of Financial-Institutions Group for Asia Ex-Japan John Mahoney. Photographer: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg

May 7 (Bloomberg) -- John Mahoney, a Goldman Sachs investment banker who leads the firm’s efforts to advise U.S. lenders, is moving to Asia to head the financial-institutions group in that region. * Mahoney, 56, will replace Peter Enns, who’s becoming CEO of

Goldman Sachs’s business in Canada, according to an April

memo to employees obtained by Bloomberg News; Kenneth

Coquillette and Scott Romanoff will replace Mahoney as co- heads of the banking industry for FIG in the Americas,

according to a separate memo last month * Mahoney will be head of FIG for Asia ex-Japan, based in Hong

Kong, according to the April 11 memo from executives

including FIG global co-heads Mike Esposito and Todd Leland;

Michael DuVally, a spokesman for the New York-based bank,

confirmed the contents of the memos * Mahoney joined Goldman Sachs in 1987 and became a partner in

2000; he advised Toronto-Dominion Bank on its 2006 sale of

TD Waterhouse USA to Ameritrade Holding Corp. and

Countrywide Financial Corp. on its 2008 sale to Bank of

America * Craig Murray and Bernard Teo were named co-COOs of FIG for

Asia ex-Japan under Mahoney; Goldman Sachs said last month

that Enns, a Canadian, would move from Hong Kong to Toronto

to replace Jack Curtin, 63, who’s retiring at year-end * Coquillette, co-head of investment banking for the Midwest

region, joined Goldman Sachs in 1988 and became a partner in

2010; he’ll move from Chicago to New York in his new role * Romanoff, who joined in 1992 and was named a partner in

2008, will continue to serve as co-head of the FIG financing

group for the Americas, according to the memo

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To contact the reporters on this story: Matthew Monks in New York at +1-212-617-8111 or mmonks1@bloomberg.net; Michael J. Moore in New York at +1-212-617-6919 or mmoore55@bloomberg.net To contact the editors responsible for this story: Peter Eichenbaum at +1-212-617-5722 or peichenbaum@bloomberg.net; Mohammed Hadi at +1-212-617-2914 or mhadi1@bloomberg.net Steven Crabill

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