Sterling Stamos Snags Former Deutsche Vice Chairman

May 12 2008 | 11:59am ET

Robert Goodman has been named global head of private equity and real assets for Sterling Stamos Capital Management. He is responsible for the management, fundraising, operating and investment activities for the firm’s p.e. and real assets platform.

Prior to joining Sterling Stamos, Goodman served as vice chairman and member of the global operating committee of Deutsche Asset Management. He has also served as executive director of financial institutions investment banking at Goldman Sachs, and had been a principal and co-head of the European insurance group at McKinsey & Co.

“I have known Robert Goodman for over two decades, going back to our days together at McKinsey,” said Peter Stamos, chief executive officer of Sterling Stamos. “He brings a tremendous level of credibility to our private equity and real assets platform and is someone for whom I have the highest professional respect and personal regard.”

Sterling Stamos manages over $6 billion in assets and has offices in New York and Menlo Park, Calif.


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