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Magazine Archives: Nov. 30, 2007

Tuscan Ambition

Thomas Bär traded finance in Switzerland for winemaking in Chianti
Mitch Frank
Issue: November 30, 2007


Thomas Bär doesn't make wine for the money. Not that he would need to. He spent four decades working in two lucrative careers, as chairman of his family's bank in Zurich and as a founding partner of law firm Bär & Karrer; since leaving those positions, he has served on the international advisory board of Goldman Sachs.

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