Goldman Sachs Asset Management hiredAndrew “Buddy” Donohue, the former head of the U.S.Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Investment Management as its deputy general counsel.

Donohue, who most recently was a partner in the New York office of law firmMorgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, will join GSAM on Nov. 1 and report toEllen Porges, GSAM’s general counsel. Prior to joining the SEC, Donohue was global general counsel forMerrill Lynch Investment Managers, and before that he was general counsel atOppenheimerFunds.

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