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Charles Hepworth

Charles Hepworth - Investment Director

Charles Hepworth is an Investment Director in GAM’s Managed Fund Solutions (GMFS) team.

He is responsible for developing and managing outsourcing solutions for UK independent financial advisers within GAM’s discretionary fund management service. Prior to joining GAM in May 2012, he was a group director at Quilter, responsible for running the Managed Portfolio Service since 2001. He started at Quilter as an assistant fund manager in 1994. Prior to this, he was a deputy fund manager at Albert E Sharp, specialising in managing money for private clients. He began his career at SG Warburg in 1991. Charles Hepworth holds a BSc (Hons) in Biotechnology from Leeds University, is a CFA and CAIA charterholder, and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment. He is based in London.

Charles Hepworth

My Insights

Investment Opinions 5 min read

De-globalisation, inflation and earnings deterioration

15 May 2020

GAM Investments’ Charles Hepworth discusses growth forecasts, the impact of fiscal measures and the outlook for risk assets.

5 min read
Investment Opinions 4 min read

The second wave

27 March 2020

As Covid-19 continues to impact the global economy, Charles Hepworth discusses the risks that a second wave of outbreaks might pose in the future.

4 min read
Investment Opinions 2 min read

The dangers of driving by looking in the rear view mirror...

26 March 2020

Recessionary effects are starting to bite in the US. GAM Investments’ Charles Hepworth examines some of the facts and figures.

2 min read
Investment Opinions 2 min read

Bomb doors open

18 March 2020

What impact could helicopter money have on the US economy? GAM Investments’ Charles Hepworth assesses the ever-evolving situation.

2 min read