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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

Returning to Growth 4 min read

Returning to Growth: An acceleration of trends

24 July 2020

GAM Investments’ Niall Gallagher says there is evidence an economic rebound is occurring, but much depends on whether or not further lockdowns occur.

4 min read
Returning to Growth 7:41 min watch

European equities: Niall Gallagher

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Niall Gallagher discusses the opportunities in European equities and whether we are moving into a “returning to growth” phase post Covid-19.

7:41 min watch
Investment Opinions 5 min read

A World of Profound Change

08 June 2020

The Covid-19 crisis, combined with other shocks, has led to some significant changes and an acceleration of key trends. GAM Investments’ Niall Gallagher considers some of the themes that have been “supercharged” by the crises and how to navigate them.

5 min read
Investment Opinions 5 min read

Impact of the coronavirus on European Equities

10 March 2020

GAM Investments’ Niall Gallagher considers current the market turbulence and likens it to a temporary, but potentially severe, shock that could cause a sharp slowdown in earnings and a likely sharp acceleration on the other side – a ‘V shape’.

5 min read