Marianna Lopert-Schaye

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Marianna Lopert-Schaye
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Occupation Managing Director and Head of Strategic Investing-Americas
Employer Goldman Sachs
Location New York City
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Marianna Lopert-Schaye is managing director and head of strategic investing-Americas at the Firmwide Strategy Group of Goldman Sachs. In her work with the Firmwide Strategy Group, she focuses on helping business lines grow and achieve their strategic priorities.

She became a managing director at Goldman Sachs as of January 1, 2022.[1]

She is also a board member of FIA Tech.

Background[edit]

Born in Sydney, Australia, Lopert-Schaye has more than 10 years of experience working at Goldman Sachs, where she has served in four roles on two continents.

She started out at Goldman in the FICC Sales and Structuring business in Sydney, where she spent 3.5 years developing a broad knowledge base of cross-asset derivative products. From 2013-2017 she worked in New York in Goldman's Global Markets Division in global liquidity products. In 2017 she moved to principal strategic investments within the Global Markets Division, and in 2019 she joined the Merchant Banking Division. Since 2020 she has been in the Firmwide Strategy Group in New York.[2]

Education[edit]

In 2007, Lopert-Schaye graduated with distinction and the University Medal (BAcc) with majors in Accounting and Economics, Bachelor of Accounting (Co-op Scholarship) from the University of Technology Sydney. She was awarded a Faculty of Business Honours Scholarship, UTS and School of Finance & Economics Honours Scholarship, UTS, in 2009. Her Economics honours thesis was titled, “Departures from Rational Expectations in New Keynesian Inflation Equations.”

In 2019, she studied corporate governance at The Wharton School in an executive education course titled, “Boards That Lead: Corporate Governance That Builds Value.” [3]

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