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Bloomberg quotes Piers Master on the Zara family office

Zara founder Amancio Ortega’s personal investment firm is on a quest to diversify one of the world’s biggest fortunes away from linen suits, pearl-beaded handbags and feathered sandals.

Piers Master, Partner, provides comment for Bloomberg on diversification.

He comments:

“Clients are increasingly mindful of the need not to have all their eggs in one basket. The post-pandemic world has made people think a lot about what is safe, and the conclusion for many of them is that there’s safety in diversification.”

Read the full article in Bloomberg here (subscription required).

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