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We are one of the world’s leading independent, pure-play asset managers. We put our clients’ capital to work by providing active investment solutions across a broad range of capabilities.

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Information on ARBF

Information on ARBF

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

Latest Thinking

Weekly Manager Views

Weekly Manager Views

Weekly Manager Views

17 May 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 15 May 2019 the speakers were Jonathan Stanford, who explained the benefits of convertible bonds, and Lars Jaeger, who discussed the latest investment research in the ARP space.

Macroeconomics

Larry Hatheway on Markets: Can equity gains be sustained?

Larry Hatheway on Markets: Can equity gains be sustained?

16 May 2019

GAM Investments’ Larry Hatheway outlines his latest multi-asset views, discussing whether markets are behaving as anticipated this year, what catalysts could change this and what the implications are for asset allocation.

Investment Opinions

Buy in May and discount tariffs away...

Buy in May and discount tariffs away...

16 May 2019

The US / China trade dispute has been reignited by President Trump in recent days, but GAM Investments’ Charles Hepworth wonders whether the resultant market distress is justified.

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