Larry Fink

Larry Fink receiving the Woodrow Wilson award

Larry Fink is the chairman and CEO of BlackRock, an American multinational investment management corporation. BlackRock is the largest money-management firm in the world by assets under management.

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BlackRock: Some of Larry Fink's golden rules

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Larry Fink has taken BlackRock from eight executives in a single room in 1988 to running more than $5 trillion in clients' money, more than any asset manager on Earth — even more than Vanguard.

BlackRock boss bags $25.5m in pay for 2016

Larry Fink Interview Pic

BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink received a $25.5 million pay package for 2016 as the company cut employee bonuses for the first time since 2011 and performance in its stock-picking business continued to lag behind peers.

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Larry Fink Interview Pic

BlackRock: Some of Larry Fink's golden rules

Larry Fink has taken BlackRock from eight executives in a single room in 1988 to running more than $5 trillion in clients' money, more than any asset manager on Earth — even more than Vanguard.

Larry Fink Interview Pic

BlackRock boss bags $25.5m in pay for 2016

BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink received a $25.5 million pay package for 2016 as the company cut employee bonuses for the first time since 2011 and performance in its stock-picking business continued to lag behind peers.

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Larry Fink Interview Pic

BlackRock: Some of Larry Fink's golden rules

Larry Fink has taken BlackRock from eight executives in a single room in 1988 to running more than $5 trillion in clients' money, more than any asset manager on Earth — even more than Vanguard.

Larry Fink Interview Pic

BlackRock boss bags $25.5m in pay for 2016

BlackRock CEO Laurence D. Fink received a $25.5 million pay package for 2016 as the company cut employee bonuses for the first time since 2011 and performance in its stock-picking business continued to lag behind peers.