The Wall Street Journal reports that Michael Hintze is “going long on charity” by giving to causes with which he has a connection:
The founder of U.K. hedge-fund manager CQS, Michael Hintze, nods towards the view out of his window, over the gardens of Buckingham Palace and towards central London.
"If we just look out there, we see churches, halls and hospitals that were all built by private individuals through private subscriptions," he says. "It all came from private philanthropy."
Mr. Hintze belongs to a group of hedge-fund managers, which includes the likes of Chris Hohn of TCI and Ian Wace of Marshall Wace, who are as well known—perhaps, even better known—for their charity work as for their day jobs.
Read the article: “Going Long on Charity” – The Wall Street Journal