One of our fellow Dekes, David Markowitz ’93, was recently featured in a WSJ Law Blog entry following his recent career move to Goldman Sachs.
At Goldman he will be a senior member of the litigation and regulatory proceedings group, which works on a broad variety of matters, said a spokesman for Goldman. “We are pleased that Mr. Markowitz is joining the company,” he said.
Markowitz served as the head of the investor protection bureau for New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, a powerful unit that launched probes and brought cases on Wall Street’s actions in the auction-rate securities market, the credit default swap market, the subprime mortgage market, and executive compensation during the height of the financial crisis.
Thank you to Lafayette AISB Co-Chair Bill Messick ’68 from DU for forwarding this article.