Former Co-Head, Global Industrials Group, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Mattson, one of Goldman Sachs' top deal makers in the industrial sector, announced his retirement from the firm in February 2012. He had been with Goldman Sachs since 1994, when he joined as an Associate in the Investment Banking division. By 2001 Mattson had become a Managing Director; a year later, he made Partner and was appointed Co-Head of the Global Industrials Group, a position he retained until his retirement. Mattson also held several top positions within the firm's investment banking unit, sitting on both its operating and its client and business standards committees. The business standards committee was formed in 2011 as part of a 39-step plan aimed at addressing criticism that Goldman had put its own interests ahead of the interests of its clients. Mattson was known within the firm as a senior relationship banker with an enviable client list that included General Motors, General Electric and Caterpillar. His replacement is Dusty Philip, himself a veteran deal specialist who was named Co-Head of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Americas. He will work alongside Alex Dibelius, the other Co-Head of Goldman's industrial group. Mattson remained active with a select group of clients and transactions for a period of time as he transitioned his responsibilities.
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