The man who became the second hottest Google search yesterday was faceless until now.
A grainy photo of Fabrice Tourre appeared in the Telegraph, a newspaper in London where the banker lives. He appears to be heliskiing.
After an internship at French conglomerate Bouygues in 2001, Tourre took a job at Goldman Sachs and quickly rose through the ranks. At age 27 he helped Jonathan Egol create the controversial Abacus CDO. While working in New York, he lived in a modest $4,000-a-month apartment on East 10th Street, according to NY Post.
Now a VP at Goldman’s international headquarters in London, Tourre was last seen frantically leaving the office.
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