Stanley Fink, Baron Fink
|Born||September 15, 1957 (age 56)
|Occupation||CEO of ISAM|
|Known for||Hedge fund executive|
- "Stan Fink" redirects here, for American lawyer see Stanley Fink.
He has been described as the "godfather" of the UK hedge fund industry and has been credited with building the Man Group up to its current status as a FTSE 100 company and the largest listed hedge fund company in the world.
Lord Fink is a director of a number of financial services companies, including Beetle Capital Partners, Earth Capital Partners, Gencore Ltd, Global Free Holdings Ltd, and Marex Group.
He is also a director of Key-2 Luxury Ltd, an event management company, and is Chairman of Zenith Hygiene Group.
After the resignation of Peter Cruddas over a cash-for-access controversy, Lord Fink returned to the position of treasurer of the Conservative Party. Fink previously donated £2.62m to the Conservative party .
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