Ernst Glanzmann

Ernst Glanzmann - Investment Director


Ernst Glanzmann, Investment Director, is lead manager of Japan Equity and the GAM Star Japan Leaders fund.

Prior to joining GAM Investments 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 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

Active Thinking

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Active Thinking
08 December 2022

At GAM Investments’ latest Active Thinking forum, David Dowsett considers whether the recent market rally will prove sustainable, while Tom Mansley argues that US consumer credit remains resilient, supporting mortgage-backed securities. Ernst Glanzmann reflects on the ongoing pendulum-like effect of the pandemic on Japanese equities and how a stronger yen and easing commodity prices could be supportive of the asset class going forward.

Active Thinking

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Active Thinking
23 May 2022

At GAM Investments’ latest Active Thinking forum, David Dowsett discusses the emergence of the first signs of market stabilisation and Ernst Glanzmann shares his optimistic outlook for Japanese companies and opportunities in robotics.

Active Thinking

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Active Thinking
21 March 2022

At GAM Investments’ latest Active Thinking forum, Ernst Glanzmann discussed the impact of the Ukraine-Russia conflict on Japanese equities and reflected on some favourable tailwinds for the sector.

Active Thinking

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Active Thinking
09 February 2022

At GAM Investments’ latest active thinking forum, two of our brightest investment minds discussed the beneficiaries of an end to the pandemic in Japan and the prospect of more stubborn inflation globally.

My Videos

Active Thinking

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Japan Equities - Ernst Glanzmann
03 November 2022

Ernst Glanzmann argues that once investors start speculating over the end of interest rate hikes in the US, this could lead to the beginning of a new cycle and the Japanese stock market should show real strength once again.