'I wanted to show clients and the world, to the extent that they’re interested, that I can continue to produce a track record like I did at Pimco', Gross said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Trish Regan.
'I won’t have as much time, I won’t have five to 10 to 15 years leeway like I had at Pimco to do that, but certainly for the next two, three, four years. I’m a very competitive person and I like to post numbers that are better than the market and better than the competition'.
Bloomberg News reports that Gross, 70, became a billionaire and earned his reputation as the mutual fund industry’s bond king by building Pimco into a $2 trillion money manager, at its peak, with some of the highest returns in the business.
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