Josh Frydenberg joins investment banking company ‘Goldman Sachs’ check all the details here

Former Australian treasurer Josh Frydenberg has a new job with investment bank Goldman Sachs just two months after losing his seat in the federal election. Frydenberg is no stranger to the world of investment banking, having previously worked for Deutsche Bank before he entered parliament and is set to work now for Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs has confirmed that the man once in charge of the Australian government’s finances during the COVID-19 pandemic would now take up a role with it as a senior regional adviser for Asia-Pacific.

“We are fortunate to bring to Goldman Sachs a person of Josh’s deep public and private sector experience, connectivity, and insight,” Kevin Sneader, co-president of Goldman Sachs in Asia-Pacific ex-Japan, said in a statement. “His significant understanding of geopolitical and economic issues will bring considerable value to our clients across the region and beyond.”

Josh Frydenberg said he is pleased to join the investment banking company. He stated, “I am pleased to join Goldman Sachs, which is the pre-eminent mergers and acquisitions and capital markets adviser to clients globally, I look forward to joining the team and contributing to the firm’s leadership, its global capability, and its strength of client franchise.”