Stefan Jentzsch/Germany: Goldman's Golden BoyDavid Fairlamb
Germany was tundra for investment bankers. When Stefan Jentzsch joined Goldman Sachs & Co. in 1987, most mergers and acquisitions were arranged directly between company board members or through corporate lawyers. "In those days, we used to say our main competition was `No Advisor & Co.,"' recalls 38-year-old Jentzsch.
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