Wall Street veteran Marty Chavez is joining the board of Google parent Alphabet Inc., adding significant finance muscle to the technology giant. His appointment marks the first change to the Alphabet board since 2020 when former Google Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt departed.
Chavez, a vice chairman and partner with Sixth Street Partners, has worked as an investor and software executive but is best known for his 20-year tenure at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chavez, 58, originally joined Goldman Sachs in the J. Aron trading unit. He then held various other roles at the firm, including chief financial officer, chief information officer, and head of its trading division, the bank’s largest unit.
Important takeaways for all competitive exams:
- Alphabet Inc. CEO: Sundar Pichai;
- Alphabet Inc. Chairperson: John L. Hennessy;
- Alphabet Inc. Founded: 2 October 2015, California, United States;
- Alphabet Inc. Headquarters: Mountain View, California, United States;
- Alphabet Inc. Founders: Larry Page, Sergey Brin.