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Ernst Glanzmann

Ernst Glanzmann - Investment Director


Ernst Glanzmann is Lead Manager of the GAM Japan Stock Fund and the GAM Star Japan Equity fund.

Prior to joining GAM Group in November 2000, he worked as a Japanese equity analyst at Julius Baer and Clariden Leu (since integrated into Credit Suisse) for ten years, and also worked at Zürcher Kantonalbank. Ernst Glanzmann completed a three-year banking apprenticeship at Bernerland Bank AG and holds a Federal Certificate of Capacity in Banking from the Business School in Huttwil, Switzerland. He is based in Zurich.

Ernst Glanzmann

My Insights

Weekly Manager Views 6 min read

Weekly Manager Views

24 January 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 22 January, the speakers were Michael Biggs, who commented on global growth and rate expectations, and Ernst Glanzmann, who shared his views on the Japanese equity market.

6 min read
Investment Opinions 5 min read

Japan: Similar but not the same

5 September 2019

Contrary to popular misconception, the Japanese equity market is vibrant and appears compellingly attractive in valuation terms. GAM Investments’ Ernst Glanzmann and Reiko Mito explain why they are looking forward to the months and years ahead with considerable optimism.

5 min read
Investment Opinions 8 min read

Japan: Muting the noise

13 February 2019

GAM Investments’ Ernst Glanzmann and Reiko Mito reflect on a difficult year for the Japanese equity market and explain why they remain optimistic in respect of future developments.

8 min read
Investment Opinions 8 min read

Japan: Are its well-known deterrents still justified?

30 August 2018

The investment community has exhibited long-held concerns towards investing in Japanese equities. GAM Investments’ Ernst Glanzmann and Reiko Mito examine some of these so called ‘deterrents’ and considers whether there are also some opportunities to be found.

8 min read