|Real Name/Full Name:
|J. Kyle Bass
|54 years old
|7 September 1969
|Miami, Florida, United States
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):
|Is Kyle Bass Gay?:
|Hedge Fund Manager
|Net Worth in 2024:
Kyle Bass is an American hedge fund manager who is popularly known as the founder of the company Hayman Capital Management where he served as the principal as well. The company mainly focuses on funds related to global events. He is also known as an influential figure in the critic of the Communist Party of China and their related politics. He is also renowned for successfully predicting the bet against the subprime mortgage crisis, which happened in the United States and purchased credit swaps.
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Early Life & Biography
Kyle Bass was born on 7 September 1969, in the city of Miami, Florida. His father was a manager in a hotel named Fontainebleau Hotel situated in Miami, Florida. They soon moved to Dallas, Texas, and his work as a manager in the Dallas Convention. Kyle completed his schooling from Texas Christian University and received a scholarship as well. He was a member of the collegiate social fraternity named Kappa Sigma. He completed his graduation in BBA Finance with a major in real estate.
Kyle Bass is married to Alexandra Suich with no further information about their marriage date or anything else. Kyle is successful in keeping his private life in a low profile and has not revealed much to the media or his disciples.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 7 September 1969, Kyle Bass is 54 years old as of today’s date 23rd February 2024. His height is 1.7 m tall, and his weight is 70 kg.
Kyle Bass started his professional career by founding the company Hayman Capital Management in the year 2005. He worked for Prudential Securities until 1994 and later joined Bear Stearns in 1994. He got promotions rapidly while working at the company and was one of the youngest to reach the spot of senior managing director. Then he joined Legg Mason in 2001 and signed a deal with the term for five years.
In 2005 started his own business and launched the company Hayman Capital Management and worked as the investment manager of the firm. After a few years, he came to know that there is a massive potential in the business of real estate in the United States and thus got involved in the stream. He was declared as an expert before the United States House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises. His company is currently worth $432.6 million, which was earlier worth $2.3 billion.
Awards & Achievements
Kyle Bass has not won any official award in his career so far nor has been nominated for any. But his contribution to the world of the hedge fund is immense. His company Hayman Capital Management is one of the best in the field, and Kyle also focuses on real estate business. There are a few television series based on Bass’ idealogy of business. Some of the documentaries and television series are listed below:
- Economic War Room with Kevin Freeman(TV Series)
- Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street(TV Series)
- Squawk Box(TV Series)
- CNBC Documentaries(TV Series documentary)
Net Worth & Salary of Kyle Bass in 2024
As of February 2024, Kyle Bass has gathered a net worth of $3 billion as of 2024. His primary source of income is from the hedge fund based organization. Kyle is a man of immense hard work and dedication, and his way of working displays the efforts he has put in the company to make it a success.
Kyle Bass is an American hedge fund manager who is also the founder of the independent firm named ‘Hayman Capital Management.’ He is a man of hard work and dedication and has shown efficient performance in ‘Prudential Securities.’ He is also renowned for successfully predicting the bet against the subprime mortgage crisis, which happened in the United States and purchased credit swaps.