George Soros Impressive Journey to Success

George Soros is a well-respected man by many. He is aged 86 and married with five kids. He is the founder of the famous Soros Fund Management [SFM]. He was born in Hungary in 1930 and run away from his native country heading to study Bachelor of Science in the London school of Economics while working as a railway porter. He also worked as a waiter before him commencing his career at a commercial bank in finance. After a while, he headed to the New York City living in Katonah. While there, he started at the famous Wall Street. In the year 1969, he created a hedge fund at the cost of twelve million dollars. Later it got rebranded and named Quantum Fund.

By this time, Stan Druckenmiller had become his right-hand man. In 1992, George with support from Stan was able to short the pound and in the process making a huge profit. After this, many knew him as the man that broke the Bank of England. After multiple years, he has established himself as a heavyweight in investing via his Soros Fund Management that has a breathtaking 30 billion dollars in possessions. This year, he hired Dawn Fitzpatrick who is viewed as one among the most prominent ladies in Wall Street. Her duty is to run the investment portfolio of George as chief investment officer in the SFM. From the year 2000, there have been six CIO at SFM meaning she is the seventh to be hired due to her work ethic. Soros has been known to be a noninterventionist supporter for a long time, and this is the reason he is a critic of bad leaders. Visit projectsyndicate.com to know more about George.

Many people regard to George as one of the leading philanthropists in the world due to his generosity of giving away more than 12 billion till today. This funding has been able to fund organizations all over the world while aiding them to fight for the right of expression, accountability of the government, transparency in the society and promotion of justice by treating all individuals equally irrespective of their gender. His contributions have always targeted those facing discrimination in the society. In the year 1944-1945, George Soros experienced the killing of 500,000 Hungarian Jews though his family was able to survive the tragedy through the use of false papers for identification and also helped other do the same to avoid being killed.

Soros has a big heart that is why he is always helping the marginalized. History shows that he has been doing this for years. This makes him a great individual no wonder he never hesitates to criticize anyone especially leaders who tend to act in ways that oppress others. His love for equality explains why he has been so successful and blessings keep following him on a daily basis.

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