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Ex-Man Group Chief Retires From Hedge Fund Business Again, Is Presumably Planning Next Hedge Fund

Get ready for some new competition, International Standard Asset Management.
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He's said to us he'd like to spend all of his time on his philanthropic and other personal investments and commercial interests that he wants to pursue.

Thus was it said of Baron Fink of Northwood upon his retirement from the hedge fund he built… 10 years ago. And today:

The hedge fund philanthropist and Conservative Party donor will step down later this month to devote more time to his fintech ventures and charitable work.

And the new hedge fund he’ll presumably be setting up in the first quarter.

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