Prodigal Son

Salmon, Andrew
February 2009
Forbes Asia;2/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p64
The article focuses on the life and career achievements of financial executive Hobart Lee Epstein. Korean adoptee at age 13, Epstein, now 52, grew up in Chicago, Illinois. In 1981, Epstein graduated from Anderson School of Management of University of California, Los Angeles, California. In Korea, he set up Credit Suisse First Boston Corp.'s Seoul branch in 1993, then in 2000 opened Bear Stearns & Co. Inc.' office and again in 2005 worked as Goldman Sachs & Co's country manager.


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