Billionaire Ken Griffin treated his employees and their families from his Asia Pacific offices to an all-expenses-paid luxurious trip to Disneyland Tokyo to celebrate the company’s anniversary, the Daily Mail reported on Monday.
Griffin, who is CEO of hedge fund Citadel LLC and founder of market maker Citadel Securities, also provided his guests with fast track passes to minimize wait times for the most popular rides, and treated them to private Maroon 5 and Calvin Harris concerts. Griffin is worth an estimated $45 billion.
Before introducing Maroon 5, Griffin told his employees, “the range of talent we have brought together is simply astonishing. We’ve created not one, but two firms at the forefront of the industry. Together, we have imagined and built the future of finance.”
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