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Reiko Mito

Reiko Mito - Investment Director

Reiko Mito is Co-Manager of the GAM Japan Equity and GAM Star Japan Leaders fund.

Prior to joining GAM Group in November 2011, she worked as a senior equity analyst at Atlantic Investment Management in Tokyo for five years. Prior to that, she was an analyst/portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs Asset Management in Tokyo for six years. Reiko Mito started her career at the Bank of Japan in Tokyo in 1996. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the International Christian University in Tokyo and is a CFA Charterholder. She is based in Zurich.

Reiko Mito

My Insights

Investment Opinions 5 min read

Japan: Similar but not the same

5 September 2019

Contrary to popular misconception, the Japanese equity market is vibrant and appears compellingly attractive in valuation terms. GAM Investments’ Ernst Glanzmann and Reiko Mito explain why they are looking forward to the months and years ahead with considerable optimism.

5 min read
Weekly Manager Views 6 min read

Weekly Manager Views

10 May 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 8 May 2019 the speakers were Jeremy Smouha, who discussed the improved fundamentals for the subordinated debt universe, and Reiko Mito, who highlighted the strong earnings from Japanese companies.

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Investment Opinions 8 min read

Japan: Muting the noise

13 February 2019

GAM Investments’ Ernst Glanzmann and Reiko Mito reflect on a difficult year for the Japanese equity market and explain why they remain optimistic in respect of future developments.

8 min read
Investment Opinions 6 min read

Outlook 2019: Investing in a post-peak environment

13 December 2018

We asked a number of our fund managers to outline the post-peak environment and consider what it means for their respective asset classes in 2019.

6 min read