appointed the former president of the European Commission and Portugueseex-prime minister, José Manuel Barroso, nonexecutive chairman.
Barrosowill also serve as an adviser of the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. unit.
Barrosotold the Financial Times the same day that he will aim to helpGoldman Sachs navigate anydifficulties it might face after the U.K.'s recent decision to .
"Ofcourse I know well the EU, I also know relatively well the U.K.environment," he told the newspaper. "If my advice can be helpful inthis circumstance, I'm ready to contribute, of course."