Goldman Sachs banker of almost 15 years, Andy Tai has been appointed Goldman Sachs’ new head of investment banking, Southeast Asia.
Most recently Tai held the dual roles of managing director, head of media and technology, Southeast Asia, and also head of TMT, China execution.
Tai’s rise to one of the most senior banking roles at Goldmans began in 2007 when he joined the organization as an analyst in New York.
In 2010 he was transferred to Goldman’s Singapore office and was appointed a managing director in Hong Kong in 2019.
He is currently based in Hong Kong but will now be relocating back to Singapore to oversee investment banking activities in the region.
Tai replaces Harry Naysmith who has joined Citigroup as vice chairman of Southeast Asia banking and capital markets advisory.
Before joining Goldman Sachs, Andy Tai worked as a graduate analyst for UBS. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan.