10k Employees Get 3-Day Walt Disney World Trip from Billionaire Boss: To Commemorate a fantastic year, a rich businessman reserved an entire Disney World for his employees. According to LadBible, Ken Griffin not only paid for all his employees from around the world to attend, but also for their families. Notably, Mr. Griffin is the CEO of Citadel LLC, a multinational hedge fund and financial service frim.

10k Employees Get 3-Day Walt Disney World Trip

10k Employees Get 3-Day Walt Disney World Trip Not only that, but the kind millionaire covered his staff’ flights from New York. Houston, Paris, Zurich and other destinations. He also covered the costs of motels, theme park tickets, and meals ranging from lamb chops to sushi and paella. To top it all off, staff were treated to a performance including Coldplay, Carly Rae Jepsen, and DJ Diplo.

Mr. Griffin Used the All-Inclusive Holiday to Congratulate His Employees for A Successful Year

According to business representative, approximately 10,000 people attended the three-day event at Walt Disney World’s various parks. Mr. Griffin used the all-inclusive holiday to congratulate his employees for a successful year and to celebrate the company’s market performance, despite the fact that many other hedge funds struggled this year.

According to the New York Post, Griffin told the crowd, “We have built the most extraordinary team not only in our history – but also in the history of finance.” “We have an incredible future ahead of us – and I look forward to the chapters yet to be written.”

The Hedge Fund Titan Is Worth Approximately USD$ 31.7 Billion

According to Forbes, the hedge fund titan is worth approximately USD$ 31.7 billion. That place him as the 40th richest person on the planet. Citadel spokeswoman Zia Ahmed confirmed to Reuters that Citadel and Citadel Securities are on track to set a new track record this year.

In addition to lavishly entertaining his employees, he has donated $1.5 billion to the art, education, and medical according to the post.

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