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 120.7 billion in assets as at 31-Dec-16 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 more than 30 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 around 1,000 people in 12 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

  • Beware a Receding Tide

    As featured in Investment Week, Niall Gallagher, Investment Director for European equities at GAM, considers the outlook for European markets.

  • Alternative Risk Premia Are Here to Stay

    A Q&A with Lars Jaeger, pioneer of alternative risk premia strategies. Together with his GAM Systematic team, he manages the strategy that invests in risk premia and celebrates the strategy’s five-year anniversary in March.

  • Japan: Taking the Best out of an Underappreciated Market

    A Q&A with Ernst Glanzmann, Head of Japan, and Reiko Mito, portfolio manager. Together they manage a Japanese equity strategy which celebrates its 25-year anniversary in March.

  • Emerging Market Debt – Plenty of Upside Left

    A Q&A with Enzo Puntillo, Head of Fixed Income at GAM in Zurich. Together with his team, he manages various emerging market debt portfolios. The unconstrained “best ideas” strategy just marked its three-year anniversary.

  • Preparing for Normalisation

    US stock indices are trading at, or near record highs, US household wealth is booming and US inflation is edging ever closer to the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) 2% target. Anthony Smouha and Gregoire Mivelaz, who co-manage a number of GAM’s credit strategies, ponder the implications of a potential ‘normalisation’ of monetary policy for fixed-income investors.

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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

  • beware a receding tide

    Beware a Receding Tide

    White papersThu, 30 Mar 2017

    As featured in Investment Week, Niall Gallagher, Investment Director for European equities at GAM, considers the outlook for European markets.

  • alternative risk premia are here to stay

    Alternative Risk Premia Are Here to Stay

    White papersTue, 28 Mar 2017

    A Q&A with Lars Jaeger, pioneer of alternative risk premia strategies. Together with his GAM Systematic team, he manages the strategy that invests in risk premia and celebrates the strategy’s five-year anniversary in March.

  • taking the best out of an underappreciated market

    Japan: Taking the Best out of an Underappreciated Market

    White papersFri, 24 Mar 2017

    A Q&A with Ernst Glanzmann, Head of Japan, and Reiko Mito, portfolio manager. Together they manage a Japanese equity strategy which celebrates its 25-year anniversary in March.

  • emerging market debt plenty of upside left

    Emerging Market Debt – Plenty of Upside Left

    White papersThu, 23 Mar 2017

    A Q&A with Enzo Puntillo, Head of Fixed Income at GAM in Zurich. Together with his team, he manages various emerging market debt portfolios. The unconstrained “best ideas” strategy just marked its three-year anniversary.

  • preparing for normalisation

    Preparing for Normalisation

    White papersTue, 21 Mar 2017

    US stock indices are trading at, or near record highs, US household wealth is booming and US inflation is edging ever closer to the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) 2% target. Anthony Smouha and Gregoire Mivelaz, who co-manage a number of GAM’s credit strategies, ponder the implications of a potential ‘normalisation’ of monetary policy for fixed-income investors.

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