Janet Yellen is finally cashing in.
The former Federal Reserve chair spent the past week in New York getting wined and dined — and paid handsomely — by Wall Street bigwigs, just weeks after stepping down from the helm of the world’s most powerful central bank, sources told The Post.
Ten guests “representing more than $100 billion in assets” chatted about “current fiscal policy, trade wars with China, Donald Trump’s initiatives, tax cuts, etc.,” according to the source.
Other guests included Dmitry Balyasny, whose $12 billion hedge fund is known to throw notorious parties at Cipriani’s and the Fontainebleau; and Louis Bacon of Moore Capital, who famously has been locked in a bizarre, bitter property-line dispute in the Bahamas with fashion mogul Peter Nygard.
Read the full story in the New York Post here.