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Niall Gallagher

Niall Gallagher - Investment Director


Niall Gallagher is an Investment Director responsible for the management of European equity funds at GAM Investments.

Prior to joining GAM in November 2009, he worked as a portfolio manager managing Continental and pan-European equities at T. Rowe Price for two years. Before that, he was at BlackRock for nine years managing both Continental and pan-European equity strategies. He began his career as an economist at the Bank of England. Niall Gallagher holds a BA in Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University, an MSc in Economics and Finance from Warwick University, and is a CFA Charterholder. He is based in London.

Niall Gallagher

My Insights

Investment Opinions

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The Game Changers: Equity Alpha in 2021
13 May 2021

On 29 April, GAM Investments hosted an event titled ‘The Game Changers: Equity Alpha in 2021’. Led by Matt Williams, Head of Equity Investment Specialists, three of our investment experts, Jian Shi Cortesi, Mark Hawtin and Niall Gallagher, shared their thoughts on the changing opportunity set they believe may help in generating alpha.

Weekly Manager Views

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Weekly Manager Views: Equities
30 April 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 27 April, our managers commented on earnings season in Europe and their outlook as many countries emerge from lockdown.

Weekly Manager Views

2 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
01 April 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 30 March, three of our managers shared their views on investor sentiment across developed markets.

Weekly Manager Views

2 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
04 March 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 2 March, two of our managers shared their thoughts on inflation, interest rates and corporate earnings.