Job moves

Bob Litzenberger retired last month from his position as head of firm-wide risk management at Goldman Sachs. The firm named Noel Donohoe, chief operating officer for the firm-wide risk management group, as his successor. Litzenberger says he wants to spend more time with his family. He will consult for the firm.

Litzenberger won Risk magazine’s risk manager of the year award in January 2001. He was appointed head of firm-wide risk management at Goldman in 1998 with a mandate to change the

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