In the Margins

Wide-ranging interview with BlackRock's Fink

April 19, 2017

By Bloomberg

In a Q&A with Bloomberg Markets magazine, BlackRock Chief Larry Fink relives the decisive moments that shaped his company, sets a limit on his tenure as CEO, explains the reasoning—and risks—in his succession strategy, and shares his plans for a life after BlackRock. In the piece, Fink says he believes fees are coming down, active equities aren't dead, Google is the most impressive company out there, and the jury's still out on the Trump administration. Read the original story from Bloomberg

 

 

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