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Adrian Gosden

Adrian Gosden - Investment Director

Adrian Gosden is an Investment Director responsible for fund management and investment strategy of UK equities.

Prior to joining GAM in September 2017, he worked as a fund manager managing a £10bn UK Income franchise at Artemis for 13 years. Prior to that, he was a fund manager of UK equities at Société Générale Asset Management for four years. From 1996 to 1998, Adrian Gosden worked as an investment analyst, responsible for pharmaceutical and telecoms sector research at Fleming Investment Management. He started his career at Andersen Consulting as a strategic consultant. Adrian Gosden holds a first class degree in Chemistry from Oxford University. He is based in London.

Adrian Gosden

My Insights

Investment Opinions 4 min read

Dividends are down but not out

01 June 2020

GAM Investments’ Adrian Gosden and Chris Morrison discuss the outlook for dividends and explain why equity income investing still looks attractive compared to alternative sources of income.

4 min read
Weekly Manager Views 3 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities

07 April 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Equities Meeting held on 6 April, Adrian Gosden discussed his views on UK equities and dividends, and Ali Miremadi highlighted some potential opportunities in global equities.

3 min read
Investment Opinions 4 min read

UK equities: sticking to principles

19 March 2020

The coronavirus sell off has impacted UK equities and stock markets globally. GAM Investments’ Adrian Gosden and Chris Morrison share their views on the current market volatility and why their investment philosophy has not changed.

4 min read
Investment Opinions 5 min read

UK Election: Initial thoughts

13 December 2019

Following the unexpectedly strong election victory for Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party, some of our portfolio managers offer their views on how this is likely to impact markets.

5 min read