A billionaire paid for 10,000 employees and their families to take a 3-day vacation to Disney World.

Last week, thousands of employees of investment fund and trading firms Citadel and Citadel Securities vacationed at Disney World in Florida.

The trip was paid for by their company’s founder and CEO, Kan Kriffin. Billionaire Ken Criffin invited his 10,000 employees and their families to enjoy a 3-day vacation at Disney World. Griffin, New York Houston, Paris Zurich and other cities also paid for his staff’s airfare.

Not only that. accommodation expenses; Food costs He also paid for park tickets. He also organized a Coldplay concert for the staff. These fun events for employees will mark Citadel Securities’ 20th anniversary and Citadel’s 32nd anniversary.

It was originally planned to be held in 2020, but it was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 54-year-old Ken Griffin is the 40th richest person in the world with a fortune of $31.7 billion.

So the amount of money he spent on staff would be small for him. He thanked his employees for their hard work and for achieving good results for the company.

“We have built the most extraordinary team not only in our history, but in financial history. We have an incredible future ahead of us. I look forward to the many more periods that remain to be written,” he said.