Senior Goldmans partner to quit

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Senior Goldmans partner to quit

JON CORZINE (left), the senior partner at Goldman Sachs, is to leave the Wall Street firm once it is successfully floated in May. His departure had been seen as inevitable after Mr Corzine gave up his day-to-day management responsibilities in January after losing out to rival John Thornton in the power struggle that followed the collapse of earlier plans to float the business last autumn. At a meeting of the firm's 220 partners, which approved the revival of the flotation plans yesterday, Goldmans named David Viniar chief financial officer. Barry Zubrow will take on the newly- created role of chief administrative officer.

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