Clinton Husband Plans Hedge Fund

May 10 2011 | 2:03pm ET

Former President Bill Clinton's son-in-law is poised to launch his own hedge fund.

Marc Mezvinsky, who married Chelsea Clinton last year, has "decided to spearhead his own private fund with two other guys" from Goldman Sachs, a source tells the New York Daily News. Mezvinsky worked at Goldman for six years before leaving in 2008 to join hedge fund 3G Capital Management.

Mezvinsky left 3G last year to spend three month skiing in Wyoming, although his vacation only lasted about a month before he returned to New York with his wife in February. He has spent the intervening months "consulting on private projects," the source tells the tabloid.

Mezvinsky's new firm is expected to debut within a few months.


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