Laurence Douglas "Larry" Fink (born November 2, 1952) is an American financial executive. He is the chairman and CEO of BlackRock, an American multinational investment management corporation. BlackRock is the largest money-management firm in the world with more than $6 trillion in assets under management.BornLaurence Douglas FinkNovember 2, 1952 (age 65)Los Angeles, California, U.S.EducationUniversity of California, Los Angeles(BA, MBA)OccupationChairman & CEO of BlackRockNet worth$340 million USD.Political partyDemocratic
Laurence D. Fink
November 2, 1952 –present
Kostolany, spurred by his successful investment in Germany after World War II, held a deep respect for “the inherent qualities and capabilities of the German people”, which, according to him, would consequently lead Germany to a new economic boom (see Wirtschaftswunder), after the German economy absorbed the shock of reunification.Kostolany was a critic of the gold standard, the monetary system that fixes exchange rates to the price of gold, since he believed that whenever it was used, it suppressed economic growth and led to cyclical crises. Consequently, he was a very vocal critic of the monetary policy of the Bundesbank during the 1980s and 1990s.
Born Warren Edward BuffettAugust 30, 1930 (age 87)Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.ResidenceOmaha, Nebraska, U.S.Alma materUniversity of PennsylvaniaUniversity of Nebraska–LincolnColumbia UniversityOccupationInvestor, business magnate, and philanthropistYears active1951–presentKnown forLeadership of Berkshire Hathaway with Charlie MungerNet worthUS$87.5 billion (February 2018)Spouse(s)Susan Thompson(m. 1952; her death 2004)Astrid Menks(m. 2006)ChildrenSusan Alice BuffettHoward Graham BuffettPeter BuffettParent(s)Howard BuffettLeila Stahl BuffettRelativesHoward Warren Buffett (grandson)