27 July 2018

EuroHedge: Citizen of the World

CQS Founder and Senior Investment Officer Sir Michael Hintze is profiled in the July/August edition of EuroHedge. In the article, he discusses his passion for investment, interest in geopolitics and…
15 March 2018

Cuffelinks: "Interview with Sir Michael Hintze: why an investing edge needs imagination"

In an interview with Cuffelinks, CQS founder and chief executive Sir Michael Hintze shared his views on why imagination is essential for achieving an investment edge in an evolving global…
15 November 2017

Latest Hintze Lecture Tackles “The State of the Universe”

The latest lecture in the Hintze Lectures series at the University of Oxford was held on Monday 13th November 2017. The lecture was given by Professor Brian Schmidt, Vice-Chancellor of…
3 November 2017

Sir Michael Hintze named on “Progress 1000” list, highlighting business success and philanthropy

CQS founder and CEO Sir Michael Hintze has been named to the Progress 1000 list of “London’s most influential people.” The list, published by the Evening Standard highlighted Sir Michael’s…
6 September 2017

Sir Michael Hintze honoured by Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC)

Sir Michael Hintze has been awarded the role of Senior Vice Patron by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC), in recognition of his support for the organisation over…
16 August 2017

Hintze Family Charitable Foundation supports Harvard research into osteoarthritis

The Hintze Family Charitable Foundation has supported research by a team of Harvard scientists into the increasing prevalence of osteoarthritis. The study, by postdoctoral fellow Ian Wallace and Daniel Lieberman,…
3 July 2017

Natural History Museum’s Hintze Hall to Reopen Following Revamp

The Financial Times reports that the Natural History Museum’s Hintze Hall is set to reopen this month following a six-month closure for redevelopment. Hintze Hall was renamed in 2014 in…
8 May 2017

The Guardian reports on Tate’s acquisition of Le Passeur, with support from Hintze Family Foundation

The Guardian has reported on Tate Britain’s acquisition of William Stott of Oldham’s 1881 work Le Passeur (The Ferryman), which was purchased with support from the Hintze Family Foundation: An…
5 May 2017

Hintze Family Charitable Foundation Supports Tate’s Acquisition of William Stott’s Le Passeur

The Hintze Family Charitable Foundation has supported Tate’s acquisition of William Stott’s Le Passeur, which is largely considered to be the crowning achievement of the artist’s career. The work will…
27 April 2017

The Power of Ideas: Philanthropy and Community Engagement

In advance of the Milken Institute Global Conference, CQS Founder, chief executive and senior investment officer Sir Michael Hintze shared his thoughts on the importance of philanthropy and community engagement…