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Christophe Eggmann

Christophe Eggmann is Portfolio Manager of the GAM Health Innovation Fund.

Prior to joining GAM Group in November 2010, he was Head of Equity Research at Julius Baer and equity analyst covering the global healthcare sector. Prior to that, he held various positions as a fund manager and equity analyst at Bank Hofmann, Rothschild Bank and Credit Suisse. Christophe Eggmann holds a Master in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Neuchâtel and is a CFA Charterholder. He is based in Zurich.

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