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How This Ex-Financial Analyst Became the Choice Jeweler of Wall Street’s Elite

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He doesn’t have a store, and he’s very particular about his client consultations.

From Harvard Business School to one of the country’s premier financial consulting firms and now to his own luxury jewelry business, Zameer Kassam is becoming the go-to jeweler for the wealthy Wall Street set, as the New York Post writes.

The article explains that Kassam, who launched his business in 2012, doesn’t have a store, instead opting to “meet in person with his clients in swanky hotel lobbies — never a person’s home or office though — or in his Midtown Manhattan design studio.” He also requires that they conduct their consultations solo. But when business is done, he’s happy to go above and beyond for his upscale clients, such as when he threw a sizeable cocktail party for one satisfied customer.

Read more at the New York Post

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