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Adrian Owens

Adrian Owens - Investment Director


Adrian Owens is an Investment Director managing fixed income and currency-based funds, and related strategies.

Prior to joining GAM in May 2009, Mr Owens was at Julius Baer Investments Limited and was based in its New York office from 2001 until 2002, where he oversaw the US fixed income funds. Upon his return to London, he worked as co-head of the company's fixed income investments before launching an in-house fixed income and currency-based hedge fund in January 2004. Prior to that, Mr Owens was the European economist at Yamaichi International (Europe). He spent the early part of his career working as an economist for the UK Department of Employment and then HM Treasury. Mr Owens holds a Masters in Economics from McGill University, Montreal. He is based in London.

Adrian Owens

My Insights

Weekly Manager Views 6 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed Income

23 April 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income meeting held on 21 April, a group of our portfolio managers discussed their views on current market conditions.

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Weekly Manager Views 4 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed Income

09 April 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income Meeting held on 7 April, four of our portfolio managers discussed their views on current market conditions.

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Weekly Manager Views 4 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed income

02 April 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income Meeting held on 31 March, three of our portfolio managers discussed their views on current market conditions.

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Weekly Manager Views 7 min read

Weekly Manager Views

14 February 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 12 February, the speakers were Adrian Owens, who discussed interest rates and currencies, and Jonathan Stanford, who commented on the outlook for convertible bonds.

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