Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) has hired Carlos Sanchez as executive director, cash sales, southern Europe. Sanchez will work as part of the international cash team focusing mainly on Italy, Spain and France. He joins from RBC Dexia in Milan where he was managing director, heading their banks in Italy and France. Sanchez is a graduate of Vigo University in Spain and holds an MBA from IMD in Lausanne Switzerland. He reports to Mark Allen, head of cash sales, EMEA at GSAM and is based in the London office.
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