Jim O'Neill, chairman ofGoldman Sachs Asset Management, will retire later this year.
In a letter announcing O'Neill's retirement plans, Goldman chairman and chief executive officer Lloyd Blankfeinand president and chief operating officerGary Cohncalled O'Neill "an influential economist and thought leader" and "an expert in the worlds foreign exchange and bond markets." They highlighted O'Neill's identification of "revolutionary economic trends," in particular the concept of the BRICs.
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