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Amanda Lyons

Amanda Lyons - Investment Manager

Amanda Lyons is an investment manager in GAM’s Disruptive Growth & Technology team, responsible for researching and developing stock ideas focussing on consumer technology and software.

Prior to joining GAM Investments in November 2011, she was founder and director of Papture, a web-based entertainment company. Prior to this, she was at New Star Asset Management for five years where she began her career as an investment analyst before becoming an investment manager in 2007 managing a Japanese fund. Amanda Lyons holds an MA in Economics and Management from Oxford University and the Investment Management Certificate. She is based in London.

Amanda Lyons

My Insights

Investment Opinions

8 min read

Outlook 2021: Selectivity amid supercharged change
22 December 2020

Covid-19 continues to supercharge structural shifts across multiple sectors, resulting in polarisation between winners and losers. GAM Investments’ Amanda Lyons, Niall Gallagher and Ali Miremadi review an extraordinary year of change and discuss the importance of selectivity in equity markets as we move into 2021.

Investment Opinions

8 min read

The US election: What it could mean for…
11 November 2020

With Joe Biden finally confirmed as the 46th US president (Trump legal challenges notwithstanding), GAM Investments fund managers consider the possible implications for their respective asset class.


44 min listen

GAM Talks Podcast Episode Seven - Mark Hawtin and Amanda Lyons
02 October 2020

GAM Talks Podcast Episode Seven - Mark Hawtin and Amanda Lyons

Our People

10 min read

GAM’s Rising Stars: Amanda Lyons
15 July 2020

As part of our Rising Stars series, Amanda Lyons discusses her passion for technology, the importance of diversity and highlights some of the key themes emerging from the Covid-19 crisis.