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Information on ARBF

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This page provides information related to GAM’s ARBF strategy and will be updated as and when new information becomes available.

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Weekly Manager Views

Weekly Manager Views

Weekly Manager Views

22 March 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 20 March 2019 the speaker was Mark Hawtin, who provided a fascinating insight into the latest developments in the technology arena.

Investment Opinions

Alternative Risk Premia: A focus on the equity value premium

Alternative Risk Premia: A focus on the equity value premium

20 March 2019

The universe of Alternative Risk Premia (ARP) strategies is not nearly as generic as the concept would imply according to GAM Systematic’s Daniele Lamponi. He suggests that challenging existing models, as well as evaluating new opportunities and smarter implementation, has proved a differentiator in the ARP space across different timeframes.

Multi Asset Perspectives

Multi asset perspectives: Cautious, yet optimistic

Multi asset perspectives: Cautious, yet optimistic

19 March 2019

Earlier this month the asset allocation committee met to discuss the investment outlook. Investor nerves are once again being tested by poor news. Tactically, we adopted a more cautious approach in mid-February, which we retain. Yet we also conclude that fundamentals are likely to improve, albeit not just yet.

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