Rob (second right), son of Barclay’s CEO Bob Diamond
Rob Diamond moved to London at age 11 when his father took over Barclays. By college, he was back in the States for a degree at Princeton. He majored in politics and is a Facebook fan of John McCain. Here he is with some Princeton bros.
Caroline Jones graduated from Greenwich Academy. She’s probably at her dad’s alma mater, UVA, but we don’t know much about her other than she likes big sunglasses.
This shot of Caroline (and maybe her sister, Chrissy, on the right – we can’t tell) is probably from last year’s Superbowl. PTJ and his wife won a pair of Super Bowl ducats at the Everglades Foundation’s yearly auction gala (their bid was $30,000).
Chrissy Jones (left), daughter of hedge fund tycoon Paul Tudor Jones
All we know is she used to play tennis. Maybe she’ll play at UVA? Her dad pledged over $35 million to the school for the John Paul Jones athletic center (named after PTJ’s dad).
This is PTJ with his three daughters, Dotti, Chrissy, and Caroline
Mr. Jones is married to a former supermodel, Sonia Klein, so it’s no surprise that his daughters are knock outs.
Apparently when PTJ sent his Christmas card around this year, “you couldn’t even tell who’s a daughter and who’s a mom.”
Julia Dimon, daughter of JPMorgan CEO Jamie
“Jules” was 15 when her family moved to Chicago, where she and her three sisters attended the Latin School of Chicago. She started at Duke in 2003 and made friends with future NBA star Luol Deng, according to Last Man Standing.
Currently, she works in management at Chicago leather company Tod’s, according to her LinkedIn profile. According to an email we received, she now attends Harvard Business School and is engaged.
and Laura Dimon
Age: 25 (est.)
Laura graduated from Barnard in 2009 and is now looking for work, according to her LinkedIn profile.
She hit her dad with some heavy questions in 2007, according to Last Man Standing:
…Laura called in the fall of 2007 and asked, “Dad, what’s a financial crisis?” Without intending to be funny, he replied, “It’s something that happens every five to 10 years.” Her response: “So why is everybody so surprised?”
and Kara Leigh Dimon
Kara is the rush chair of Pi Phi at Duke. Apparently, she is also a DJ.
Jackie Fuld, daughter of former Lehman CEO Dick Fuld
A Greenwich girl, Jackie Fuld attended Dartmouth College and played forward on the field hockey team. She has donated several thousand dollars to the campaigns of Joe Lieberman and Hillary Clinton, according to HuffPo. A career on Wall Street may be in the works, after her graduation last year from Wharton.
Photo: Jackie was spotted with San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsome at a Bloomingdale’s charity event (newyorksocialdiary.com).
Chrissie Packles, daughter of Dick Fuld
We can’t say for sure if the Fuld girls are twins, but they both graduated from college in 2003. Chrissie played squash at Middlebury (just like her father), as well as field hockey. Freshman year she was listed at 5 foot eight.
In 2006, she married Aaron Packles, a managing director at Merril Lynch. The couple drew the attention of the New York Times in 2009 for reducing the list price of their Park Ave apartment by $3 million.
Photo: Chrissie and husband at a 2008 charity function. (For hi-res image see patrickmcmullan.com.)
Richie Fuld, son of Dick Fuld
Richie won a national championship with the Middlebury ice hockey team in 2005, and he couldn’t have done it without his dad. The intensely competitive Dick Fuld used to film critiques of his son’s hockey performance during high school games, according to the WSJ.
Photos of Richie chilling with babes and drinking beer surfaced on Cityfile last year, around the time his father was closing up shop at Lehman Brothers.
Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald
Ivanka is a business exec like her father and a fashion model like her mother. She graduated summa cum laude from the Wharton School in 2004. She now presides over Development and Acquisitions at the Trump Organization and designs and sells her own line of jewelry.
With regards to her modeling, she is listed as 5’11” and 35-25-35. She has placed in the upper 80s on world’s hottest women lists by Maxim and Stuff, which is understandable.
Donald Trump, Jr and Eric
Donald Jr. (right center) is the oldest child, best known for appearances in The Apprentice, when he a Donald-like hairdo. The 32-year-old is a UPenn grad and the executive VP of The Trump Organization.
Eric (left center) is the youngest child, a Georgetown grad, and also an executive VP of The Trump Organization. We’d say more, but his Wikipedia page has been flagged for being written like an advertisement.
Emma Hall, daughter of Phibro’s and Astenbeck Capital’s Andy Hall
Emma started working at Sotheby’s after graduating from NYU in 2008. During her college years, Emma lined up an impressive number of internships at top galleries and auction houses including Christie’s and Gagosian Gallery.
Anne Hathaway is rumored to have followed her around to prepare for the movie, the Devil Wears Prada.
After a brief stint in Berlin, she is now in New York working as the Exhibition and Public Relations Liaison at Haunch of Venison New York, a modern art gallery owned by Christie’s.
Merritt Paulson, son of former Goldmanite and former Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson
Merritt Paulson owns the Portland Beavers, a baseball team, and the Portland Timbers, a soccer team. Enough said.
Jonathan Blankfein, son of Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein
Jonathan “JB” Blankfein is a senior at Harvard University.
This summer he’ll start training in the analyst program at Goldman Sachs. His brother, Alex, is already working there.
Elise Geithner, daughter of Treasury Secretary Tim
Age: 20 (est.)
Elise could outdo her dad when it comes to public service. As a sophomore at Mamaroneck (public) High School, she spent six weeks teaching children in a village in Thailand (pictured). By senior year, she was the student body president, yearbook editor, and manager for Obama’s side in a pre-election high school debate, according to the NYT. Her younger brother, Ben, is now a sophomore at MHS.
Now a freshman at Stanford, Elise stays active with all night charity dance-a-thons, to which she brings an entire wardrobe for costume changes, according to The Stanford Daily. “The only time you can sit is when you are on the toilet,” she said, according to Mercury News.
But she still finds time to relax. “When I think of Stanford, I think of palm trees, and hammocks and skateboarding to class,” Elise said, according to The Stanford Daily.
Alex Robertson, son of Tiger Management founder Julian
Age: 31 (est.)
Alex must have given a nice donation to alma mater UNC, as his photo is featured on the Class of 2001 website.
His father certainly did. Julian established one of the premier North Carolina scholarships in 2000, the Robertson, which covers all costs for students to attend Duke and UNC simultaneously.
Alex’s older brothers are both named Julian (called Spencer and Jay) and attended Lynn University and Duke.