Josh Frydenberg to become an adviser for Goldman Sachs

  • By Zilla Efrat

Goldman Sachs has appointed former Treasurer Josh Frydenberg as a senior regional adviser for Asia Pacific.

“We are fortunate to bring to Goldman Sachs a person of Frydenberg's deep public and private sector experience, connectivity, and insight," says Kevin Sneader, co-president of Goldman Sachs in Asia Pacific Ex-Japan.

“His significant understanding of geopolitical and economic issues will bring considerable value to our clients across the region and beyond.”

From 2005, Frydenberg worked for Deutsche Bank as a director of global banking until he was elected to the Australian Parliament in 2010 as the member for Kooyong in Victoria.

He lost his seat in the 2022 federal election, becoming the first sitting treasurer to lose his seat since Ted Theodore in the 1931 election.