His leadership is a second chance for Mr. Schwartz and Carlyle. After being passed over for the top bank job, Mr. Schwartz quit Goldman Sachs in 2018. Over the course of nearly two decades, Schwartz was Goldman Sachs' president and cochief operating officer. He also served as its chief financial officers. This announcement comes just one day before Carlyle is scheduled to release its quarterly earnings. According to someone familiar with his plans, Mr. Schwartz will be joining a virtual town-hall meeting with Carlyle employees on Monday morning. There are more than 2,000 of them around the globe. According to a person familiar with his plans, Schwartz will meet the workers at the New York office of the company after the meeting.