GAM

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GAM

We are a global asset management firm built by inves­tors, for investors.

At GAM, we value original thinking, swift decision making and a disciplined approach to investing. Our job is to put clients’ capital to work to help them achieve their aspirations and make sense of the markets through our insights and investment acumen.

We manage CHF 158.7 billion in assets for institutions, financial advisers and private investors. Our investment professionals, with more than 14 years of industry experience on average, work with integrity, conviction and an entrepreneurial mind-set.

For 35 years, we’ve been providing active investment solutions across asset classes. For third-party asset managers we’ve been leveraging our infrastructure to offer fund services for more than two decades. With over 900 people in 13 countries, we are a truly global firm in scale and resources, yet small enough to remain nimble and flexible to meet clients’ needs.

Working with us means investing in honest foresight and human rigour and a fundamental belief in the potential of capital. GAM: advancing potential.

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White Papers / Research from GAM

  • European CRE Debt: Secured income with downside protection download

    European commercial real estate direct lending investment strategies have increasingly gained in popularity among institutional investors, primarily due to the attractive level of secured income and portfolio diversification benefits. 

  • Insurance Linked Securities: Bridging the Disaster Gap weblink

    Having demonstrated their value following the 2017 hurricane season, the market for insurance-linked securities, including cat bonds, is set to grow substantially this year.

  • European equities to prosper despite Italian politics weblink

    The Italian economic recovery is stronger than is currently being reflected in economic data, despite the recent political turmoil. GAM’s Niall Gallagher believes the outlook for the European economy remains positive and any contagion is likely to be modest.

  • Navigating around the protectionist quagmire weblink

    While protectionism can cast a shadow over economies with an elevated trade component to GDP, GAM’s Tim Love believes it is a fallacy to blindly place all emerging markets into this category.

  • An Alternative Approach To Accessing EM Local Debt weblink

    GAM’s Michael Biggs believes that while some investors have been reluctant to allocate to emerging market local currency debt, many of the inherent risks can be hedged by diversifying funding currencies while potentially enhancing risk-return characteristics.

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Head Office
Hardstrasse 201
8005 Zurich
Switzerland
Contact
Daniel Durrer Tel. +41 58 426 30 96
Company website:
http://www.gam.com
Year Founded:
1983
No. of investment offices worldwide:
7

What’s new

  • european cre debt

    European CRE Debt: Secured income with downside protection

    White papersThu, 21 Jun 2018

    European commercial real estate direct lending investment strategies have increasingly gained in popularity among institutional investors, primarily due to the attractive level of secured income and portfolio diversification benefits. 

  • insurance linked securities

    Insurance Linked Securities: Bridging the Disaster Gap

    White papersTue, 19 Jun 2018

    Having demonstrated their value following the 2017 hurricane season, the market for insurance-linked securities, including cat bonds, is set to grow substantially this year.

  • european equities to prosper despite italian politics

    European equities to prosper despite Italian politics

    White papersTue, 19 Jun 2018

    The Italian economic recovery is stronger than is currently being reflected in economic data, despite the recent political turmoil. GAM’s Niall Gallagher believes the outlook for the European economy remains positive and any contagion is likely to be modest.

  • navigating around the protectionist quagmire

    Navigating around the protectionist quagmire

    White papersTue, 19 Jun 2018

    While protectionism can cast a shadow over economies with an elevated trade component to GDP, GAM’s Tim Love believes it is a fallacy to blindly place all emerging markets into this category.

  • an alternative approach to accessing em local debt

    An Alternative Approach To Accessing EM Local Debt

    White papersTue, 19 Jun 2018

    GAM’s Michael Biggs believes that while some investors have been reluctant to allocate to emerging market local currency debt, many of the inherent risks can be hedged by diversifying funding currencies while potentially enhancing risk-return characteristics.

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