People walk in the Goldman Sachs global headquarters in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 15, 2021.
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsTOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs' Japan president Masanori Mochida has decided to retire at the end of the year after more than 38 years at the investment bank, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.
The internal memo dated Sunday from Goldman (GS.N) CEO David Solomon said Mochida will become a senior director, without mentioning who would succeed his role as president.
He became co-branch manager of Goldman Sachs Japan in 1999.
"Masa has served as an invaluable advisor to our most important clients across Japan and beyond on countless transactions, helping them advance their strategic objectives with Goldman Sachs at their side," the memo said.
Goldman Sachs, Andrew Kelly, Masanori Mochida, David Solomon, Mochida, Masa, Makiko Yamazaki, Stephen Coates
REUTERS, Rights, Japan, Reuters, Goldman, ichi Kangyo Bank, Mizuho Bank, Goldman Sachs Japan, Nippon Telegraph, Telephone, Financial Times, U.S, Thomson
Manhattan , New York, U.S, Japan's, Japan, Tokyo