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Households in England slapped with the biggest council tax hike for 14 years as the average bill jumps 5. Where are Isa investors putting their cash? CITY INTERVIEW: Hedge fund manager Michael Hintze spotted opportunities in the crisis – so what does he think will happen in 2015? Read this: CITY INTERVIEW: Hedge fund manager Michael Hintze spotted opportunities in the crisis – so what does he think will happen in 2015? Sir Michael Hintze’s breakfast, taken in an airy conference room overlooking the back wall of Buckingham Palace, is delivered unceremoniously by the reception staff.
It is a pack of large supermarket-washed carrots presented in their original plastic wrapping. The billionaire hedge fund manager, an enthusiastic supporter of free markets and the Tory Party, is on a diet and carrots, with low sugar content, are the vital morning component. The once portly Australian proudly tells me that the dieting and exercise, a regime designed to reduce the pressure on an ailing hip recently corrected by surgery, has helped bring his weight down from 103 kilos to about 87. It really is good,’ says Hintze who speaks in short, quiet, sharp bursts that at times are barely audible. At the age of 61 my hip went.
I was skiing in Chile with my son, and there was a turn and I kept falling. I thought ‘What an idiot, what’s going on here? So while he was visiting Australia he went to see a doctor friend and she ordered an MRI scan. I had come to see Hintze for some 2015 advice because of his skill in seeing ahead, both the short-term and the long-term. When we had lunch at his offices in early 2008 he brought along his credit analyst who was doing the job that the City regulators singularly failed to do. He had analysed some of the US mortgage and other dodgy assets sitting on the balance sheets of the UK retail banks and found that they were nearly worthless, valuing them at a few pence to the pound meaning that if they were marked to market, or valued at their real worth, then they were effectively kaput.