MILAN — Global markets may be gyrating, but Italian fashion firms continue to see an initial public offering in their future.
Moncler, which shelved an IPO last year; Pianoforte Holding, which comprises accessories brand Carpisa, innerwear and beachwear brand Yamamay, and swimwear brand Jaked, and men’s wear group Stefano Ricci all confirmed they continue to eye a stock-market flotation down the road. Executives from those firms were among the speakers at the Pambianco Conference Tuesday at the Milan Stock Exchange, who also included François-Henri Pinault, chairman and chief executive officer of PPR.
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