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Beth Morgan Hammack '89 has been named Global Treasurer of Goldman Sachs. Currently she is global head of Short Term Rates trading. As treasurer, Beth will work closely with all divisions to manage the firm's liquidity, balance sheet and capital, funding growing global businesses and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders.
Prior to assuming her current role in 2015 overseeing short term macro and global repo trading, Beth was co-head of US Interest Rate Products cash trading, which includes government bonds, agencies and mortgage pass-throughs. Beth joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst in Capital Markets and then joined the Interest Rate Products trading desk, where she traded a variety of instruments focused primarily on options and later agencies. She was named managing director in 2003 and partner in 2010.
Beth is a member of the Firmwide Finance Committee, Securities Division ExecComm, Securities Division Client and Business Standards Committee and Goldman Sachs Bank USA Management Committee. She represents the firm on the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee and the Treasury Markets Practices Group.
Beth earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Stanford University.