Chris Morrison

Chris Morrison - Investment Manager


Chris Morrison, Investment Manager, is responsible for fund management and investment strategy of UK Equities.

Prior to joining GAM Investments, he spent five years at the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management UK Ltd where he became a fund manager responsible for running European equity portfolios. Chris holds a BSc in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Bristol and is a CFA charterholder. He is based in London.

Chris Morrison

My Insights

Investment Opinions

6 min read

UK equities: Opportunity knocks
17 November 2022

Five years on from the launch of GAM Investments’ UK equity income strategy, managers Adrian Gosden and Chris Morrison outline the opportunity they see for UK equities to deliver on an absolute basis, despite the ongoing macroeconomic challenges the UK faces.

Investment Opinions

5 min read

A golden age for UK equities
12 April 2022

In 2020, the UK’s FTSE 100 delivered a negative return of -10% while returns from the Nasdaq reached 40%. The UK market’s fortunes have now turned, with the FTSE 100 the strongest performing developed markets index year to date (as at 11 April 2022).

Investment Opinions

4 min read

UK equities: this summer’s hottest prospect?
08 July 2021

Adrian Gosden, Investment Director, UK Equities, suggests there are compelling opportunities for investors as a result of the major uptick in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate activity in the UK equity market.

Weekly Manager Views

2 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
01 April 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 30 March, three of our managers shared their views on investor sentiment across developed markets.

My Videos

Active Thinking

02:46 min watch

UK Equities – Chris Morrison
03 November 2022

Chris Morrison argues that after a tumultuous Q3 in the UK, a small amount of certainty could make a huge difference, particularly for FTSE 250 and small-cap stocks. He outlines the opportunity he is currently seeing.