Luke Sarsfield has been named chief executive officer of P10, a Dallas-based private markets firm.
Sarsfield succeeds Robert Alpert and Clark Webb, who formerly served as co-CEOs, a spokesperson confirmed.
P10's co-founders Alpert and Webb have been named executive chairman and executive vice chairman, respectively, the firm said an Oct. 23 news release.
Alpert will support Sarsfield in corporate matters, while Webb will direct his attention toward strategic opportunities and assist Sarsfield in potential corporate transactions, the release noted.
On Feb. 6, Goldman Sachs announced that Sarsfield, chief commercial officer of Goldman Sachs Asset & Wealth Management, would "retire from the firm in the coming months."
P10 has $22 billion in assets under management, said a spokesperson.