Rob Mumford

Rob Mumford - Investment Manager


Rob Mumford, Investment Manager, is a member of the Emerging Markets Equity team with over 25 years’ experience in emerging markets across a range of asset classes.

Rob joined GAM Investments 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 became an investment manager in 2006, while at Credit Suisse, and has held similar roles at Millennium Capital, CQS and Silver Tree. He holds an MBA from the University of Manchester and is a CFA charterholder. Rob is based in Hong Kong. 

Rob Mumford

My Insights

Active Thinking

9 min read

Active Thinking
22 February 2022

At GAM Investments’ latest active thinking forum, three of our brightest investment minds discussed an improved outlook for emerging markets equities, the factors influencing the healthcare sector and the bottoming of China’s credit pulse.

Investment Opinions

6 min read

China remains the key swing factor for Asia this year
03 February 2022

GAM Investments’ Rob Mumford considers what could be in store for Chinese and Asian markets in 2022, including the impact of a policy shift in China and concerns around US dollar strength.

Investment Opinions

6 min read

Evergrande on the cusp
23 September 2021

Amid financial turmoil at Chinese property group Evergrande, GAM Investments’ Rob Mumford examines the key concerns and routes available to resolve the firm’s major issues. He also discusses the ongoing market uncertainty and risks if the situation is mishandled by either the company or regulators.

Weekly Manager Views

3 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Equities
20 August 2021

At GAM Investments’ latest Equities Meeting, held on 17 August, our managers discussed strong results from Swiss companies and commented on regulatory shifts in China.