Goldman Sachs Group LP, which Monday voted to sell a part of itself to the public for the first time, named six members to a new board that will also include three or four people from outside the firm, a Goldman official said.

The 129-year-old firm's first board will include Jon Corzine and Henry Paulson, co-chairmen and co-chief executives; Robert Hurst, investment banking chief; Roy Zuckerberg, head of equities worldwide; John Thain, chief financial officer; and John Thornton, chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia. Goldman's executive committee is comprised of these six executives.

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