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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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Private Labelling

GAM operates (and develops) your tailor-made fund ("Private label fund") on our state-of-the-art fund platform and offers bespoke solutions, tailored specifically to our clients' requirements.

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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.

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Latest Thinking

Thematic

Insuring natural disasters: mind the (disaster) gap

Insuring natural disasters: mind the (disaster) gap

11 December 2018

As we reach the conclusion of another active hurricane and wildfire season, John Seo discusses how insurance-linked securities are filling the large gap left by the reinsurance industry and may offer genuine diversification for investors.

Market Updates

Weekly Manager Views

Weekly Manager Views

7 December 2018

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 5 December 2018 the speakers were Jonathan Stanford, who highlighted the opportunities in the convertible bonds sector, and Amy Kam, who discussed the prospects for EM Asia fixed income.

Investment Opinions

Outlook 2019: key events

Outlook 2019: key events

6 December 2018

We asked a number of our fund managers which key events they are looking out for in 2019 and what the impact is likely to be for their respective asset class.

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