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Kevin Kruczynski

Kevin Kruczynski - Investment Manager

Kevin Kruczynski, Investment Manager, is a member of the Global Growth Equity team. He is responsible for managing both Global and US Equity portfolios.

He joined GAM Investments in 2016 from THS Partners, a global equity investment firm and a long-standing sub-advisor of GAM’s oldest global equity strategies. Prior to that, Kevin spent two years at Cazenove Capital and in 2001 he worked for Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, where he supported the charities team. Kevin holds a degree in Banking and International Finance from City University and is a CFA charterholder. He is based in London.

Kevin Kruczynski

My Insights

Investment Opinions
The Disruptive Strategist: The rise of GLP-1 weight loss drugs
30 November 2023

GLP-1 weight loss drugs are transforming the healthcare scene. Some analysts are predicting that the anti-obesity market may become the largest pharmaceutical market in history, while on the other hand, share prices of medical device companies, particularly those specialising in diabetes and obesity management, are beginning to feel the pressure.

Investment Opinions
The Disruptive Strategist: Revolutionising healthcare - The transformative impact of artificial intelligence
17 August 2023

For most, artificial intelligence (AI) is a fairly new phenomenon, yet it has been used within healthcare for almost 50 years. The sector creates a vast amount of data which can be leveraged using AI to enhance the quality, effectiveness and availability of care. GAM Investments’ Kevin Kruczynski examines its applications in healthcare and considers the companies that are becoming digital leaders.

Investment Opinions
The Disruptive Strategist - Tech Turbulence
03 May 2023

Does the rising wave of layoffs in the Technology Industry have a silver lining?

Investment Opinions
The Disruptive Strategist: Thoughts and observations from Japan
07 February 2023

Given Japan has long been a major player on the global industrial landscape, it is no surprise that several Japanese companies have emerged as leaders in areas such as automation, machine vision, sensors, and robotics, which feeds directly into the Industry 4.0 theme, a longstanding area of interest for the global equities team.