Credit market round up: Garvey retires from Goldman

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Alex Chambers
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James Garvey announced his retirement from Goldman Sachs in December 2008. Garvey’s title was chairman of investment-grade financing – a role that was given to him after the firm made syndicate and debt origination a global business run under Jim Esposito a year ago.

Garvey worked at Goldman for just under a decade, starting in the SSA sector, and ran European DCM from 2004. He spearheaded the rebuilding of high-grade debt coverage – particularly with the public sector and financial institutions – at Goldman after the business took a back seat as the firm went after hedge fund and private equity clients.