The former head of structured finance at Goldman Sachs has moved to the buy-side

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The former head of structured finance at Goldman Sachs, who was latterly a managing director at Lloyds Banking Group, has just moved across to a real estate asset management role.

Ben Green, who was latterly a managing director heading up a team providing corporate finance and structured finance advice to clients across real estate and infrastructure at Lloyds, has just taken a role as principal at alternative investment advisor Atrato Capital.There he will be structuring and investing in real estate deals.

Green was previously head of the European structured finance group at Goldman Sachs, but left in September 2013 after more than six years to join Lloyds Banking Group. He was responsible for real estate, asset backed securities (ABS), infrastructure, utilities and energy finance for EMEA during his time at Goldman Sachs. He joined the bank in 2007 from Barclays.

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