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With wealth, one is in a position of responsibility. You must try to help others. It is as simple as that. ---->>>

Charities must treat donors as if they were shareholders. ---->>>

The Royal family have always been great philanthropists. ---->>>

There is nothing shameful about being efficient. ---->>>

To lose your last remaining parent is the toughest thing. It is a very lonely thing. ---->>>

What's dangerous is the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few individuals. ---->>>

I see my boys about 10 days every month. And, yes, they are the most important people in my life. ---->>>

I think I was born into an incredibly fortunate environment. ---->>>

In markets, you have rich years, and you have less rich years. ---->>>

Strong organizations with strong risk controls will survive and prosper. ---->>>

The billionaire who sits on his money and doesn't do anything for the common good - I'm not interested in that person. ---->>>

Historically, over the last two or three hundred years, the relationship that we've had with money as a society - having money, talking about money - has been a little bit of a shameful thing. Splashing money about is clearly wrong, but there's nothing wrong about giving it back. ---->>>


Nationality: French
Born: 01-27, 1963
Birthplace: Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Occupation: Businessman

Arpad Busson (born 27 January 1963) is a London-based French financier. Busson entered the world of hedge funds in 1986 working in New York. He is the founder and Chairman of the EIM Group, a fund of funds company. Busson is also active in a number of philanthropic causes around the globe. According to the French business magazine Challenges, financier Arpad Busson is a multi-millionaire with a net worth of €150 million at 2013 (wikipedia)