MEET DARREN Dixon, the youngest American managing director at prestigious investment banking company Goldman Sachs.
The 29-year-old specialises in Latin America structured trading, managing and financing assets like toll roads, film libraries, television shows and physical gold.
Darren started at Goldman Sachs as a summer intern and first worked in its principal funding and investments business.
It used to be exceedingly rare for Goldman Sachs to promote people to the position of managing director by the time they reached the age of 30.
The managing director title is the second-highest non-executive title that the firm can give to its employees.
The elite investment bank has 36,900 employees, but only 2000 or so managing directors.
Darren made Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for 2016.