Goldman Sachs Group Inc. selected 110 people to become partners, up from 94 in the last such round two years ago, as Wall Street rebounds from the financial crisis.
The new partners included Donald J. Casturo from the commodities unit and Dina H. Powell, the firm's head of corporate engagement, according to a list published in an internal memo obtained by Bloomberg News.
The appointments are to take effect Jan. 1. David Wells, a spokesman for Goldman Sachs in New York, declined to comment. Partners, who get a $600,000 salary, share in a special compensation pool and typically get most of their yearend bonuses in restricted stock.