Last year, the Goldman Sachs partner David Dase uprooted his family and moved to Atlanta to start a new investment-banking office for the firm.
The move was part of a broader effort by Goldman Sachs to penetrate regional business hubs, including Dallas, Seattle, and Toronto.
The initiative is a key component in achieving the firm's goal of covering more than 1,000 new companies and adding $500 million in new investment-banking revenue.
Starting from scratch, Dase quickly enmeshed himself in...
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