12 Reasons Billionaire George Soros Is Investing In Africa

Written by Keren Mikva
George Soros in Hungary, 1946, from his father Tivadar Soros’s memoir, “Masquerade.” Photo: nybooks.com

Soros’s foray into finance started at Singer and Friedlander

After graduating from the London School of Economics in 1951, Soros had difficulty finding work with merchant banks in London. In 1954, he finally landed a job with Singer and Friedlander, whose managing director at the time was a fellow Hungarian.