Goldman Sachs Partners Shefter, Freedman Weissman Depart

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partners Daniel Shefter, who ran the corporate finance solutions group, and Orit Freedman Weissman, the firm’s head of Israel, have left the bank.

Shefter and Freedman Weissman were absent from a list of partners released today. Shefter is now an advisory director and Freedman Weissman agreed to become an international country adviser for New York-based Goldman Sachs, according to internal memos earlier this year.

Shefter joined the company in 1996 after working as a tax lawyer and became a partner in 2010. Freedman Weissman started at the firm in 1993 and established the bank’s business in Israel a few years later.

David Wells, a Goldman Sachs spokesman, confirmed the contents of the memos.

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