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Goldman Alumni’s Mozambique Merchant Bank Eyes Gas Boom

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Two former Goldman Sachs Inc. employees have set up a merchant banking and advisory operation in Mozambique, betting that the country’s resource wealth will propel some of the fastest economic growth on the continent.

Rafael Sarandeses, 36, and Goncalo Neves-Correia, 34, have founded ThirdWay Africa Partners with Alejandro Tawil, a former partner at Oppenheimer & Co., who is chairman.