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Anthony Smouha

Anthony Smouha - CEO, Atlanticomnium SA


Anthony Smouha is Chief Executive Officer of ATLANTICOMNIUM S.A. and is adviser to multiple GAM bond funds.

ATLANTICOMNIUM S.A. specialises in bond portfolio management. Prior to joining ATLANTICOMNIUM S.A. in 1992, Mr Smouha was senior vice president, head of bond trading and sales at Soditic SA/SG Warburg Soditic SA, Geneva. Prior to this, he was at Credit Suisse First Boston in London. Mr Smouha was educated at Harrow School and holds an MA Cantab Hons in Economics from the University of Cambridge. He is based in Geneva.


Anthony Smouha

My Insights

Weekly Manager Views 3 min read

Weekly Manager Views

21 June 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 19 June 2019 the speaker was Anthony Smouha, who provided an insight into the rallying subordinated debt market.

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Investment Opinions 14 min read

2018 Outlook – The Merits of Active Management

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

GAM’s investment experts share insights on how active management adds value in their specialist fields.

14 min read
Investment Opinions 4 min read

The Early BRRD

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Anthony Smouha and Gregoire Mivelaz, who co-manage a number of GAM’s credit strategies, draw considerable encouragement from the practical application of new regulatory mechanisms, which have been designed to curb contagion in the financials sector and thus prevent idiosyncratic issues from morphing into systemic events.

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Investment Opinions 4 min read

Preparing for Normalisation

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

US stock indices are trading at, or near record highs, US household wealth is booming and US inflation is edging ever closer to the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) 2% target. Anthony Smouha and Gregoire Mivelaz, who co-manage a number of GAM’s credit strategies, ponder the implications of a potential ‘normalisation’ of monetary policy for fixed-income investors.

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