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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

Weekly Manager Views

4 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
18 September 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Equities Meeting held on 15 September, several of our portfolio managers discussed current market conditions.

Weekly Manager Views

3 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
16 July 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Equities Meeting held on 14 July, Reiko Mito provided an update on Japanese equities and discussed opportunities arising for businesses as a result of Covid-19.

Investment Opinions

4 min read

Post-Covid Japan: Alteration or acceleration?
20 May 2020

Covid-19 has brought the world as we knew it to a standstill. As global economies begin to ease their restrictions, Ernst Glanzmann, Reiko Mito and Lukas Knueppel of GAM Investments take a look at the potential ramifications the pandemic may mean for Japan’s corporates.

Investment Opinions

4 min read

The impact of coronavirus on Japan
28 February 2020

China has become an industrial cornerstone for many countries, with Japan being no exception. Bearing this in mind, Reiko Mito, Ernst Glanzmann and Lukas Knueppel of GAM Investments share their thoughts on the impact coronavirus might have on the Japanese economy.