As Qatar World Cup nears, MAPFRE AM manager ponders football investments

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As the first FIFA World Cup to take place in the Middle East approaches later this year, Luis Garcia Alvarez, equity portfolio manager at MAPFRE AM, the asset management division of Spain's largest insurance company MAPFRE, has shared his insights on how the World Cup will impact the global football industry and what this means for investors in football. In a recent video update for MAPFRE AM clients, Alvarez commented: "I think that more than having an impact on our investment decisions, which are more for the long term, I believe that World Cups in general, and these kinds of tournamen...

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