The eldest of three, Josh is the head of the hedge fund Enso Capital, which he started in 2002 with $50 million. As of 2008, the hedge fund was reported to be worth $700 million, though updated figures haven't been released.
In 2008, at age 29, Fink got his comeuppance. During the markets meltdown, Enso lost 40% of its net asset value. Four in five investors demanded their money back--and got it all in cash.
Before founding Enso in July 2002, Fink was a managing director at Argonaut Capital Management, where he served as both a portfolio manager and an analyst. Before that he worked at Tiger Investment Management and Morgan Stanley Asset Management (MS). He holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.more » « less