Former Goldman Co-Head of Tech, Paul Walker, Joins OpenFin’s Board

Walker was at Goldman Sachs for 15 years before retiring last year.

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Paul Walker, formerly of Goldman Sachs, now a director on OpenFin's board.

Walker became one of the more well-known technologists in the industry, serving as co-head of Goldman Sachs’ technology division—alongside Don Duet—from 2013 to 2016. He joined the investment bank from JPMorgan in 2001, as a vice president in fixed income, currencies and commodities strategies, was named managing director in 2004 and then made partner in 2008. He remained at Goldman until his retirement as co-head of tech in February 2016, though he stayed on as an advisor until this year.

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