Former North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy is helping Goldman Sachs navigate the Washington regulatory and legislative thicket in the areas of financial services, commodity markets and tax issues.
The "Blue Dog" Democrat and senior counselor at Alston and Bird served in Congress from 1993 to 2011 and sat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee.
Prior to D.C., he was the Peace Garden State’s insurance commissioner, where he honed his regulatory savvy.
Joining Pomeroy are A&B’s Bill Anaya and Robert Jones, who served as aides to powerful Democrats John Dingell and Barbara Mikulski, respectively.
Goldman Sachs also uses the politically connected Breau Lott Leadership Group, which was acquired by Patton Boggs; Elmendorf Ryan; Duberstein Group and Gephardt Group.