Ex-Goldman Sachs veteran Adam Korn joins Sixth Street

Sept 3- Adam Korn, a former managing director at Goldman Sachs who helped drive the Wall Street bank’s push into technology, has joined investment firm Sixth Street Partners as its new chief information officer, according to his LinkedIn profile. Sixth Street, which has assets of $47 billion under management, was co-founded in 2009 by former Goldman veteran Alan…

Sept 3 (Reuters) – Adam Korn, a former managing director at

Goldman Sachs who helped drive the Wall Street bank’s

push into technology, has joined investment firm Sixth Street

Partners as its new chief information officer, according to his

LinkedIn profile.

Korn earlier this year left his role at Goldman, where hewas the global head of the securities division’s strats andtechnology, according to his profile. He led a division ofso-called “straders” – a term used for a group of executives whoare a hybrid of traders and coders.

Sixth Street, which has assets of $47 billion undermanagement, was co-founded in 2009 by former Goldman veteranAlan Waxman, who also serves as the chief executive officer ofthe firm.

Bloomberg News reported the news earlier on Thursday.Goldman and Sixth Street did not immediately respond to requestsfor comment.(Reporting by Niket Nishant in Bengaluru; Editing by MajuSamuel)

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