Goldman Sachs has hired Salvatore Di Stasi from JP Morgan Chase as a managing director and to head its European equity derivatives group.Di Stasi ran corporate equity derivatives marketing for Europe at JP Morgan, but decided to quit the firm after Antonio Polverino was named overall head of European corporate marketing for interest rates, credit and equity derivatives for corporates (See JP Morgan reorganisation continues).
Di Stasi will report to Addy Loudiadis and Matthew Westerman, co-heads of the European financing group at Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs has also lured over a number of Di Stasi's JP Morgan team, including Min-Hee Kim, who will also work as a managing director, along with Francesca Lanza, Gianluca Gera and Stephen Pearce-Higgins, who were named executive directors. “They all have an excellent reputation,” said Loudiadis.
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