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Rob Mumford

Rob Mumford - Investment Manager

Rob Mumford is an Investment Manager in GAM's Emerging Markets Equity team with over 25 years’ experience in emerging markets across a range of asset classes.

Rob joined GAM in December 2018, from MNP advisors, a consultancy business servicing asset managers and family offices, where he was managing partner. Born and brought up in Hong Kong, Rob started his finance career in investment banking in 1992, which included positions as Head of Hong Kong & China equity research (at Société Générale), and Head of Alternative Investments (at Macquarie Securities). Rob shifted to become an investment manager in 2006, while at Credit Suisse, and has held similar roles at Millennium Capital, CQS and Silver Tree. He holds a MBA from the University of Manchester and is a CFA Charterholder. Rob remains based in Hong Kong.

Rob Mumford

My Insights

Investment Opinions

7 min read

Outlook 2021: China equities
04 February 2021

In a Q&A, GAM Investments’ Rob Mumford discusses China capital market reform, the possibility of Chinese shares being de-listed in the US and his outlook for the market.

Weekly Manager Views

3 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
22 January 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 19 January, three of our managers discussed valuations across their respective markets.

Investment Opinions

8 min read

China equities: secular growth themes remain an opportunity
22 July 2020

China equities have had a healthy consolidation recently driven primarily by policy fine tuning but GAM Investments’ Rob Mumford believes attractive secular growth themes remain an opportunity for investors.

Investment Opinions

6 min read

China: Policymaker firepower to lead a recovery
11 June 2020

GAM Investments’ Rob Mumford says the outlook for active China equity exposure remains strong given it is underpinned by a range of positive structural themes.