Moritz is a Vice President with the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in New York, where he helps the world’s leading technology companies and “unicorns” with mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, venture capital, debt financing, and other strategic transactions.
His deal experience in excess of $250bn includes Dell’s $67bn acquisition of EMC, the largest technology transaction in history. Over the past years, Moritz had the honor to advise Fortune 500 CEOs and political leaders on-site in more than 30 countries across America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
During high school, Moritz was a professional video gamer and world champion among 13mm active players of the fastest-selling PC game at the time. Today, he is responsible for co-heading Goldman Sachs’ digital gaming and eSports practice.
Preceeding his finance career, Moritz worked in various strategy roles at IBM Corporation, McKinsey & Company, the Hoover Institution (Dr. Condoleezza Rice), and the Executive Office of the President at The White House.
Moritz holds an M.B.A. and an M.A. in Education from Stanford University, where he graduated as Arjay Miller Scholar and served as a voting member to the Board of Trustees. Prior, he composed an interdisciplinary curriculum in computer science, philosophy, psychology, and education at Harvard University, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Peking University, and the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
Recently, he was recognized among the “30 Under 30” (Forbes), “40 Under 40” (Capital), “Rising Stars on Wall Street” (Business Insider), and Atlantik-Brücke Young Leaders for his contributions at the interface of Silicon Valley and Wall Street.