Margaret Chinwe Anadu is head of Goldman Sachs Bank’s Urban Investment Group (UIG), a domestic, multi-asset class investing and lending business that sits within the Consumer & Commercial Banking Division (CCBD). Established in 2001, UIG provides equity and debt to real estate projects and social enterprises and satisfies GS Bank's Community Reinvestment Act obligation.
UIG has committed more than $6B to community and economic development investments, benefiting underserved communities and serving as a catalyst in the revitalization of distressed urban neighborhoods. Margaret serves on the Goldman Sachs Bank USA Management Committee and is co-chair of the CCBD Capital Committee.
Previously, she worked in Equity Derivatives in the Securities Division. She joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst in 2003 and was named managing director in 2013.Margaret serves on the boards of several community and economic development nonprofit organizations, including the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, Center for an Urban Future, Core Innovation Capital, and 651 Arts. Margaret earned a BA in Computer Science from Harvard College in 2003.