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'Womenomics' advocate Kathy Matsui to leave Goldman Sachs

Top Japan strategist coined term for empowering female workers

Kathy Matsui, a California native, joined Goldman Sachs in 1994. (Photo courtesy of Goldman Sachs Japan)

TOKYO -- Kathy Matsui, an acclaimed Japan strategist known for introducing the workplace empowerment concept "womenomics," is leaving Goldman Sachs at the end of the year.

The vice chair of Goldman Sachs Japan and chief Japan equity strategist will retire, according to a memo to employees Friday.

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