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Michael Biggs

Michael Biggs - Investment Manager


Michael Biggs is a Macro Strategist and Investment Manager, responsible for emerging market bond and currency long only and absolute return strategies.

Michael Biggs is a Macro Strategist and Investment Manager, responsible for emerging market bond and currency long only and absolute return strategies. He joined GAM in September 2013 from Deutsche Bank where latterly he was a global economist and equity strategist. He began his career there in 2001 as a European economist and subsequently as a South African economist and rates strategist. Michael Biggs holds a PhD in Economics and an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge, an MComm and a BComm in Economics from the University of Cape Town. He is based in London.

Michael Biggs

My Insights

Podcast 24 min listen

GAM Talks Podcast Episode Four – Mike Biggs

12 December 2019

GAM Talks Podcast Episode Four - Mike Biggs

24 min listen
Weekly Manager Views 4 min read

Weekly Manager Views

29 November 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 27 November, the speakers were Michael Biggs, who discussed the global macro backdrop, and Davide Marchesin, who examined the current environment for global long / short equity.

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Weekly Manager Views 6 min read

Weekly Manager Views

25 October 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 23 October 2019 the speakers were Michael Biggs, who discussed his views on the macroeconomic environment and the outlook for emerging market debt, and Jonathan Stanford, who examined the unique characteristics of convertible bonds.

6 min read
Weekly Manager Views 6 min read

Weekly Manager Views

13 September 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 11 September 2019 the speakers were Michael Biggs, who provided a macro overview, Patrick Smouha, who outlined the latest in the developed market credit space, and Fraser Brannan highlighted some interesting systematic themes.

6 min read