Goldman Sachs India co-head Vijay Karnani retiring after 21 years of service in the company
Bengaluru, India – November 12, 2019: Vijay Karnani, co-head of Goldman India is retiring from the bank after 21 years of his service with the company through a message seen by Bloomberg news.
Mr Karnani’s contribution started at Goldman Sachs in 1998 as an associate in equity capital markets and later shifts to the derivatives team at Hong Kong in 2000, according to the message. He was the head of the bank’s security business in India in 2009 and after two years he became the co-chief executive officer. Mr Karnani was named Managing Director in 2007 and Partner in 2010. Prior to joining the firm, Mr Karnani worked in the
investment banking at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York.Mr Karnani earned undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and Finance from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994 and an MBA from North-western University in 1998.A spokesperson from New York based bank said that Karnani will be retiring at the end of 2019, after the confirmation from the content of the memo.
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Sonjoy Chatterjee, chairman and co-chief executive of Goldman Sachs in India, will be the sole head of the business in the country, the bank’s spokesman said.