- Adam Dell, a Goldman Sachs partner and head of digital product for its consumer business, has stepped down from his role, Insider has learned.
- Dell founded Clarity Money, the personal financial app, in 2016 and sold it to Goldman two years later in a deal that placed the app near the center of the burgeoning Marcus digital bank.
- Dells departure was announced in a memo viewed by Insider sent in January, just weeks before Goldman shuttered Clarity Money, offering Marcus Insights instead.
A top executive within Goldman Sachs’ growing consumer business that led Marcus, the firm’s retail banking offering, has stepped down from his role, Insider has learned.
Adam Dell, a Goldman Sachs partner and head of digital product for the consumer business, has retired from the firm’s partnership, according to a memo sent January 19th viewed by Insider. Dell will continue to serve as an advisory director.
“I’m coming up on three years at the firm and it feels like the right time to look to the next chapter,” Dell told Insider. “I appreciate how supportive Goldman has been as I consider what’s next. I will say that I still see a lot of opportunities to build new things in financial services.”