Laura Conigliaro, co-director of Goldman Sachs's equity research division in the Americas, will retire at the end of June, according to an internal memo seen by the Wall Street Journal.
She joined the firm in 1996 as an analyst covering hardware systems and then became a partner. In 2002, she was promoted to head the technology research group. In 2007, she was promoted to her current role. She is known for her coverage of the computer industry.
Prior to joining Goldman, she worked as intelligence analyst at the National Security Agency and covered technology industries at Prudential Securities.
Arjun Murti and Bob Boroujerdi, two Goldman partners, will take her place. Murti is known for predicting a super spike in oil prices back in 2005. Boroujerdi was chief investment officer of the Americas equity research unit.
Anthony Carpet, Conigliaro's current co-director, will become a liaison between Goldman's global equity research and its investment banking unit. He has been the co-director of research in the Americas since 2005.
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