Larry Fink, MBA 1976
Leads the World's Largest Asset Management Firm
Larry Fink, Chairman and CEO of BlackRock, has been named one of the "World's Best CEO's" by Barron's each year since 2005, and distinguished as one of the most respected people in finance by the Financial Times, Forbes, Fortune and Smart Money.
Anderson's 2007 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, Mr. Fink has been a major player in the financial industry since earning his MBA in 1976. Since BlackRock's inception in 1988, Mr. Fink has kept client centric solutions and innovation at the forefront of his leadership, building a once small fixed income boutique into a global asset manager with more than 9,000 employees in 27 countries. A renowned philanthropist, Mr. Fink's generous leadership and financial contributions led to the school naming the Laurence and Lori Fink Center for Finance and Investment in his honor.
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