Goldman Sachs Group has named Hidehiro Imatsu as president and representative director of Goldman Sachs Japan (GSJCL), with effect from 3 June 2024.

In addition, Imatsu will join the company’s global management committee.

Currently headquartered in the company’s Hong Kong office, Imatsu is co-head of the Asia Pacific fixed income, currency, and commodities franchise as well as co-head of global interest rate products trading.

When he moves to Tokyo to take on the post of President of GSJCL, he will continue to play these responsibilities.

David Solomon, chairman and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs, shared: “Imatsu brings extensive leadership experience and a deep knowledge of Goldman Sachs’ franchise and our clients in Japan to his new responsibilities, having led several of our key businesses over the course of his more than two decades at the firm.”  

Goldman Sachs originally established an overseas office in Japan in 2024, marking five decades since then. 

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Under its freshly appointed management in Japan, Goldman Sachs will continue to offer clients the most effective service as foreign investors concentrates their attention on the Japanese market and the nation’s notable corporations seek to broaden their worldwide reach.

Furthermore, in honour of the Month of the Military Child, the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation has shown gratitude to Goldman Sachs executives for partnering with the organisation to use the Goldman Sachs Gives (GS Gives) programme to give military families unique opportunities and steadfast support.

With the help of the GS Gives programme, more than sixty Goldman Sachs executives have linked their individual contributions to the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, supporting the latter’s efforts to provide college scholarships and guidance on education to children of fallen military personnel.

Nearly $1.7m has been raised for Gold Star scholar support due to the commitment of industry veterans and Goldman Sachs’ charitable matching programme.