GAM

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Europe

Austria
Tuchlauben 7A (Eingang Seitzergasse 6)
A-1010 Vienna
Tel
43 1 25 300 25 – 195
France
Centre d’affaires
91 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris
Tel
33 180 49 3424
Germany
Taunusanlage 15
Postfach 17 01 05
60325 Frankfurt
Tel
49 69 50 50 50 0
Ireland
George's Court
54-62 Townsend Street
Dublin 2
Tel
353 (0) 1 609 3927
Italy
Via Duccio di Boninsegna 10
20145 Milan
Tel
39 02 3660 4900
Luxembourg
Grand-Rue 25
1661 Luxembourg
Tel
352 26 48 44 1
Spain
C/Velázquez 47, 8ª Planta
28001 Madrid
Tel
34 91 140 07 14
Switzerland
Hardstrasse 201
8005 Zurich
Tel
41 (0) 58 426 30 30
Switzerland
Rue Vallin 2
1201 Geneva
Tel
41 (0) 58 426 65 00
United Kingdom
20 King Street
London
SW1Y 6QY
Tel
44 (0) 20 7493 9990

Asia-Pacific

Australia
200 George Street
Level 32
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel
61 (2) 8277 4132
Hong Kong
Suite 2302
23/F, Lee Garden One
33 Hysan Avenue
Causeway Bay
Tel
852 2525 0015
Japan
2F Kokusai Building
1-1 Marunouchi 3-chome
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0005
Tel
81 (0) 3 5219 8800

North America

Bermuda
Wessex House
45 Reid Street
Hamilton HM12
Tel
1 441 295 5825
United States
One Rockefeller Plaza
21st floor
New York
NY 10020
Tel
1 212 407 4600
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

  • Beyond The Rear-View Mirror

    Beyond The Rear-View Mirror

    White papersMon, 28 Oct 2019

    In recent years, market behaviour has often deviated from historic norms particularly in response to quantitative easing policies implemented by key central banks worldwide Quantitative / systematic investment professionals use historical data to develop their investment models, so these shifts in market paradigms could have an impact on the behaviour of these models Using the case of trend models in the bond market, we outline why we believe quantitative investments ...

  • Patience Required For Em Equity Outperformance, But Stage Is Set

    GAM Investments - Insight | Patience Required For Em Equity Outperformance, But Stage Is Set

    White papersWed, 24 Jul 2019

    We favour an overweight emerging market (EM) equity allocation for a number of reasons The risk / return profile is attractive relative to history, as well as compared with developed market (DM) equities, and we expect EM equities to perform in line with the S&P 500 in a market downturn ‘Fear of missing out’ if current late cycle, modest non-inflation growth environment persists EM equity fundamentals and valuations supported by earnings and re-rating ...

  • GAM Investments - Insight- Exotic ILS Perils – Why Bother?

    GAM Investments - Insight- Exotic ILS Perils – Why Bother?

    White papersWed, 17 Jul 2019

    Insurance-linked securities (ILS) can have exposure to man-made risks in addition to natural catastrophe risks, such as earthquakes or hurricanes, for which they are better known This category of exotic ILS risks includes, for example, terrorism and cyber risk Exotic ILS can make an important contribution to the stability of insurance markets While small today, exotic ILS risks are likely to be a growing segment of the ILS market in the long run

  • Emerging Market Local Currency Debt: Recovering Trade Balances

    Emerging Market Local Currency Debt: Recovering Trade Balances

    White papersTue, 9 Apr 2019

    In 2018, one issue for emerging market (EM) debt was that growth was very unipolar: we had decent growth out of the US but it was fairly lacklustre in Europe. This was partly due to a succession of special factors: new pollution regulations knocked the car industry, low water levels in the Rhine impacted manufacturing and yellow vest protests in France were widely disruptive. The Brexit fiasco has not helped, either.

  • Convertible Bonds: Natural Asymmetry

    Convertible Bonds: Natural Asymmetry

    White papersTue, 9 Apr 2019

    Although a fixed income asset, the structure of convertible bonds provides a natural asymmetry that has the potential to deliver long-term equity like performance.

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