City Slickers: Bookie pair on pounds 6.5m winner.THE two biggest bosses at William Hill The name William Hill may refer to the following: People
When it floats on the stock market in March, they will each make pounds 3.25 million.
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The good news for Hill's 150 employees is that the company is putting aside around pounds 15 million for them. But the biggest winner of all will be Guy Hands Guy Hands (born 1959) is a financier and the current CEO of the private equity firm Terra Firma Capital Partners, which he founded in 2002. Career summary
Educated at Ravenscroft School, Beckington, The Judd School, Tonbridge, and Mansfield College, Oxford, Hands started , the banker at Japanese securities giant Nomura who made the flotation possible.
Hands bought William Hill for pounds 700 million just 15 months ago, yet when it floats on the stock market it will have a market value of up to pounds 900 million.
As one City source says: "Hands has made a quick pounds 150 million killing for Nomura, around pounds 30 million for Nomura's professional advisers and a smart pounds 20 million for himself.
"He'll have a king-sized smile on his face right now."