Chinh Chu is known to be the Co-Chairman and Senior Managing Director of Blackstone Group. He happened to join this company in the year 1990. He completed his B.S. in Finance from University Buffalo.
Best financial deals and success
Over the years, he had headed largest private equity deals. In this regard, he successfully orchestrated purchase of a company named Nalco which is a great water-treatment and process chemical service provider. He bought this company from the French conglomerate Suez for around $4 billion. On the other hand, he also managed to acquired Celanese which happens to be a German based chemical company. He got this deal for an amount of $3.8 billion.
Moreover, he then proceeded to get pending acquisition of SunGard for a valuation of $11.7 billion. The net worth of Mr Chinh Chu is known to be around $1.1 billion, most of which came from the work he had done as the Co-Chairman and Senior Managing Director of BlackStone Group. He really had the acumen to overcome the adversities in the best way possible.
Chinh Chu CC Capital was a very profitable and well-known company in the field of finance. He was known to be the founder of CC Capital and had successfully taken this company to its highest potential over the years.
Early life and education
He graduated summa cum laude from School of Management in the year 1988. At first, he started working for Salomon Brothers. He successfully worked there for 2 years. He is known to be a native of the country Vietnam but he was forced to leave the country along with his other 4 siblings, grandmother and mother in the year 1975. They managed to move to Hawaii. In this country, his father studied medicine and got transferred to the region of Queens, New York, USA.
From an early age, Chu had immense interest and eagerness to study the subject of economics and entrepreneurism. This interest made them extremely fascinated for which he started to explore the world of finance to the best of his capability.
He surely had a humble start. While he was a student in college, he started selling books door to door. After becoming successful, he became quite passionate and serious in doing philanthropic works for his country. He wanted to do something worthwhile for the poor people. In the year 1999, he along with his sister, who was living in Brooklyn at that time, managed to raise around $20,000. And they used that money to distribute noodles, rice as well as blankets to the flood victims at several villages in Vietnam.
Mr. Chinh has made several SPAC deals over the years that were quite successful and beneficial. The advent of SPAC has made it possible for a company to go public without any kind of IPO. This SPAC mania has certainly got hold of the public markets. These days more companies decide to eye SPAC deals for the obvious reasons.