Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I’m Dan DeFrancesco, and here’s what’s on the agenda today:
- Eric Lane, a 25-year veteran of Goldman Sachs and one of its most senior leaders, is jumping ship.
- AllianceBernstein CFO Ali Dibadj says the money manager wants to do more with SPACs.
- Goldman Sachs is restarting its crypto trading desk.
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A Goldman veteran is departing after more than 25 years with the firm.
Eric Lane, co-head of asset management at Goldman Sachs, is retiring. That leaves Julian Salisbury, currently his co-head, to lead the division independently. We’ve got the full memo announcing the news.
Ali Dibadj, AllianceBernstein’s CFO, explains the asset manager’s ambitions in the SPAC market. Read more here.
Ryan Munro is joining MUFG as head of leveraged finance syndicate in the Americas. See more here.
Goldman Sachs restarts cryptocurrency trading and will begin dealing bitcoin futures for clients next week, report says
Goldman Sachs is ramping back up its cryptocurrency trading desk as the price of Bitcoin booms. Read more here.
Buy now, pay later Klarna has raised $1 billion in new funding, tripling its valuation to $31 billion. Get the full rundown here.
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