It’s New Year’s Eve, and everyone—yes, Wall Streeters included—is prepping for a big night out.
So who will be throwing down the hardest?
Well, there is definitely a list of Wall Street names that regularly peppers the New York social pages.
They run the gamut from the Goldman board room to City Hall to the classroom, but they have one thing in common — they’re no stranger to pages of Page Six, New York Social Diary, Guest of Guest and Patrick McMullan.
So here they are, the biggest all-night animals of Wall Street. We definitely expect them to be on their A-game tonight.
Disclosure: Thornton McHenry no longer works for Business Insider.
Who he is: Founder and former Chairman of EIM Group
Party animal credentials:The ex-fiancee of Uma Thurman, Busson is quite the serious socialite as well as financier. Busson supports a few NYC museums with his money and his attendance at events, and he also recently played host to England's newly designated Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Will and Kate) at their first event as a married couple.
Who he is: co-CEO, Sun Capital Partners
Party animal credentials: The private equity exec has been on a party rampage since his wife of 22 years left him in 2009 for a 23-year-old tennis instructor. Just yesterday, his partying antics in the Caribbean island of St. Barts graced Page Six as it was reported that he was holding a week-long series of parties called 'Event Week 2011/2012.' Music mogul Russell Simmons and stylist Rachel Zoe have been in attendance at these parties.
Who he is: CEO, Business Development Asia
Party animal credentials: Rellie and his socialite wife Lucy Sykes are seemingly in attendance at every social event in both NYC and the Hamptons. They are also the youngest members of New York Social Diary's 'List.'
Who he is: Regional Director at Hirtle, Callaghan & Co. and former Managing Director at Goldman Sachs
Party animal credentials:
- Museum for the City of New York Benefit 'New York After Dark'
- New York Academy of Art 'Tribeca Ball,'
- Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Benefit Cocktail Party
Who he is: Former trader at Goldman and Director of Economic Development for Senator Charles Schumer
Party animal credentials: The former Goldman trader and current policist is a familiar face around the NYC social scene, one of its youngest fixtures.
- 'Evening in the Garden' Benefit
- Special Olympics Benefit, 2010
- Tribeca Ball 2011
Who he is: CEO of Blackstone Group.
Party animal credentials:
- New York Library's Centennial Gala
- Frick Collection Diamond Ball
- Watermill's 'End of the Summer' Gala