PFC Family Office

We work for a World of
Social & Environmental Justice

We are a single Family Office based in Milan, Italy.

We Invest, Grant and Advocate
for an Inclusive and Sustainable economic system

Our Asset classes

Our Thematic Outcomes

Listed Equities
Education that grows responsible humans
Land & Ocean Regeneration
Private Equities
Healthcare that is preventive and healing
Food & Water that are healthy, sustainable and affordable
Philanthropic Grants
Free, Indipendent, Verified media
Tax Justice
Bonds
Consumption and Production that is circular
Energy that is responsible and clean
Business and organisational models that are sustainable

Our Asset classes

Listed Equities
Private Equities
Grants
Bonds

Our Thematic Outcomes

Education that grows responsible humans
Land & Ocean Regeneration
Healthcare that is preventive and healing
Free, Indipendent, verified media
Food & Water that are healthy, sustainable and affordable
Tax Justice
Consumption and Production that is Circular
Energy that is responsible and clean
Business and organisational models that are sustainable

Since the inception of our impact investment strategy, in 2020, our average yearly return is 10,29%.

Our journey

PFC's wealth originated in the 19th century from the Marzotto textile business, followed by an important step into the fashion industry.

Today, we are a Family Office working towards social & environmental impact.

1800s

THE ORIGINS

In 1836, Luigi Marzotto establishes a small wool weaving mill in Valdagno, close to Venice. Under the lead of Luigi's son, Gaetano Senior, and then his grandson Vittorio Emanuele, the business becomes a renowned textile company, Gaetano Marzotto & Sons.

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In 1836, Luigi Marzotto establishes a small wool weaving mill in Valdagno, close to Venice. Under the lead of Luigi's son, Gaetano Senior, and then his grandson Vittorio Emanuele, the business becomes a renowned textile company, Gaetano Marzotto & Sons.

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1900s

THE BUSINESS DIVERSIFICATION

Vittorio Emanuele entrusts the management of the Marzotto Group to his son, Gaetano Junior, who starts diversifying the business in Agriculture & Winery (Cantine Santa Margherita and Ca' del Bosco), Glass Manufacturing (Industrie Zignago) and Hospitality (Jolly Hotels).

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Vittorio Emanuele entrusts the management of the Marzotto Group to his son, Gaetano Junior, who starts diversifying the business in Agriculture & Winery (Cantine Santa Margherita and Ca' del Bosco), Glass Manufacturing (Industrie Zignago) and Hospitality (Jolly Hotels).

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1930-1950

THE SOCIAL HERITAGE

Gaetano Junior builds and develops Città dell’Armonia in Valdagno, a large district with housing and living facilities for the Marzotto Group employees. An example of social entrepreneurship and a brilliant vision beyond his times.

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Gaetano Junior builds and develops Città dell’Armonia in Valdagno, a large district with housing and living facilities for the Marzotto Group employees. An example of social entrepreneurship and a brilliant vision beyond his times.

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1970-2005

THE FASHION ERA

Gaetano Junior leaves the Group to his 7 descendants. The Marzotto Group steps into the fashion industry acquiring several brands, among which Hugo Boss and Valentino, one of the Italian most renowned fashion brands.

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Gaetano Junior leaves the Group to his 7 descendants. The Marzotto Group steps into the fashion industry acquiring several brands, among which Hugo Boss and Valentino, one of the Italian most renowned fashion brands.

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2006-2015

PFC

Paolo Marzotto, his wife and daughters, exit the Marzotto Group, and create PFC. At this date, PFC is a financial entity investing with a traditional approach in listed equities and a participation in the Valentino Fashion Group. In 2012 Valentino is sold and PFC remains as a relevant shareholder in Hugo Boss.

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Paolo Marzotto, his wife and daughters, exit the Marzotto Group, and create PFC. At this date, PFC is a financial entity investing with a traditional approach in listed equities and a participation in the Valentino Fashion Group. In 2012 Valentino is sold and PFC remains as a relevant shareholder in Hugo Boss.

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2016-Today

A FAMILY OFFICE

In 2016 PFC becomes a Family Office based in Milan. The family seniors empower the new generation. All family shareholders go through the process of creating a Family Constitution and the governance shifts towards a participative structure. A new Investment Strategy is born, aligning investments with the Family Values and focusing on Social & Environmental Impact.

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In 2016 PFC becomes a Family Office based in Milan. The family seniors empower the new generation. All family shareholders go through the process of creating a Family Constitution and the governance shifts towards a participative structure. A new Investment Strategy is born, aligning investments with the Family Values and focusing on Social & Environmental Impact.

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Tomorrow

INVESTING FOR IMPACT & PHILANTHROPY

Inspired by the visionary legacy of Gaetano Junior, PFC Family Office works towards a World of Social & Environmental Justice.

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Inspired by the visionary legacy of Gaetano Junior, PFC Family Office works towards a World of Social & Environmental Justice.

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