Lori Pomerantz

BBA '03
Senior Vice President
Goldman Sachs & Co.

Career Background

Lori Pomerantz is a senior Vice President in the Alternative Investments and Manager Selection business at Goldman Sachs based in New York City.  In this role, which she has held since 2015, Lori is responsible for fixed income manager selection for both the institutional and high net worth clients of the Firm.  Lori’s credit-focused expertise spans a variety of sub-asset classes, including High Yield, Leveraged Loans, Investment Grade, Multi-Sector Fixed Income, Structured Credit, Municipals, Emerging Markets Debt, and Private Credit.  Additionally, she partners with the Firm’s oCIO business and its pension plan clients to lead liability-driven investing manager selection and portfolio construction.  Prior to Goldman, Lori spent the first 12 years of her career as a High Yield and Leveraged Loan Credit Analyst at BNP Paribas, Macquarie Capital, Citigroup, and Lehman Brothers, where she joined as a START Analyst upon graduation.  Lori earned a BBA with dual concentrations in Finance and Accounting from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in 2003.  During her time at Ross, she was the co-Founder and co-President of the BBA Finance Club.  

In addition to serving on the Alumni Board of Governors, Lori is highly involved in philanthropic endeavors and her community, serving as a Co-Chair of The Juilliard Club and as Co-Chair of the Junior Council at The American Museum of Natural History.  She is also an active member of the Fixed Income Analysts Society (FIASI).  Formerly, she was a member of the Ross BBA Advisory Board.

Lori lives in Manhattan with her husband Zachary (Cornell alum, but Michigan sports fan) and her two children, Alexandra (6) and Harrison (3), who are already well-versed in Hail to the Victors.