Goldman Sachs appoints Coleman as new CFO, replacing Scherr – Reuters

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Goldman Sachs appoints Coleman as new CFO, replacing Scherr – Reuters

NEW YORK, Sept 14 (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) plans to replace its finance chief at year-end, with Denis Coleman taking over from current CFO Stephen Scherr, according to an internal memo dated Tuesday and seen by Reuters.

Coleman, 47, is co-head of the global financing group in Goldman’s investment banking division, a role his two predecessors had before becoming CFO. He becomes Scherr’s deputy CFO immediately.

Goldman’s global treasurer, Beth Hammack, will replace Coleman in that position.

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