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Zürcher Kantonalbank Acquires Precious Metals ETF, Money Market Business From GAM
GAM Holding Appoints Peter Sanderson As Group CEO
GAM Holding Provides Update On ARBF Liquidation
Gam Holding AG is a Switzerland-based holding company engaged in asset management business with a focus on the manufacturing and distribution of investment products. The Company operates two segments: GAM and Swiss & Global Asset Management. The GAM segment acts as an independent investment manager that delivers discretionary investment management services to institutions, intermediaries, private clients and charities. It specializes in management of long equity, alternative and fixed income investments. The Swiss & Global Asset Management segment is an Asset Manager that provides investment funds, solutions for institutional clients and private labeling services. As of December 31, 2012, the Company had wholly owned subsidiaries in Germany, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Grand Cayman, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Singapore and the United Kingdom, among others.
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David J. Jacob
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors
Group Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Group Management Board
Matthew C. Beesley
Group Head of Investments, Member of the Group Management Board
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Embattled Swiss asset manager GAM Holding <GAMH.S> called a truce with former star manager Tim Haywood after months of wrangling over his sacking, saying it was drawing a line under a saga that hammered its share price last year.
Swiss asset manager GAM Holding <GAMH.S> continues to review strategic options even after naming a new chief executive, outgoing CEO David Jacob told a conference call on Tuesday.
Swiss asset manager GAM Holding <GAMH.S> has declared a ceasefire in a row with sacked fund manager Tim Haywood, it said on Tuesday.
Swiss asset manager GAM Holding has declared a ceasefire in a row with sacked fund manager Tim Haywood, it said on Tuesday.
* GAM HOLDING AG APPOINTS PETER SANDERSON AS GROUP CEO Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
GAM Holding <GAMH.S> has finished liquidating the absolute return bond funds (ARBF) linked to a sacked senior executive, a move seen by analysts as the first stage in rebuilding confidence in the Swiss asset manager.
GAM Holding has finished liquidating the absolute return bond funds (ARBF) the Swiss asset manager decided to wind down after it accused a senior executive of breaking its rules.
* GAM HOLDING -RECEIVED ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF REMAINING ABSOLUTE RETURN BOND INVESTMENTS: 100.5% OF PORTFOLIO VALUE BEING RETURNED TO INVESTORS
Embattled Swiss financial company GAM Holding <GAMH.S> expects assets under management to have stabilised as the end of the first half, it said on Wednesday, reiterating it would finish liquidating its absolute return (ARBF) funds by the middle of July.
* TO REPORT UNDERLYING PROFIT BEFORE TAXES OF ABOUT CHF 2 MILLION FOR FIRST HALF 2019
A member of Britain's House of Lords said on Wednesday that the UK financial regulator should investigate the GAM Greensill Supply Chain Finance Fund in relation to the pricing of investments and activities of its managers.
Swiss asset manager GAM Holding AG said it has hired Alison Wallis to drive its institutional business in Australia.
The SFM UK Management fund linked to investor George Soros has built a 3% stake in Swiss asset manager GAM Holding, a filing on the SIX Swiss Exchange's website showed.
SFM UK Management LLP, a fund linked to investor George Soros, has built a 3% stake in Swiss asset manager GAM Holding, a filing on the SIX Swiss Exchange's website showed.
GAM Holding AG blocked Tim Haywood, the fund manager sacked for misconduct last year in a scandal that prompted a collapse in the Swiss firm's share price, from attending its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.
GAM Holding AG blocked the attendance of a sacked fund manager, whose suspension for suspected due diligence failings last year prompted a collapse in the Swiss-based fund manager’s share price, to its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.
A whistle blower at Swiss asset manager GAM Holding AG who alerted UK financial regulators last year did so over concerns about the purchase of more than half a billion pounds of bonds from commodities tycoon Sanjeev Gupta, according to two people familiar with the matter.
GAM Holding AG continued to see clients withdraw money at the start of 2019, the embattled Swiss asset manager said on Wednesday, adding it expected to wrap up soon the liquidation of funds linked to a sacked senior money manager.
* GROUP ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT (AUM), INCLUDING INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT AND PRIVATE LABELLING, OF CHF 137.4 BILLION(1) AT 31 MARCH 2019
* HUGH SCOTT-BARRETT IS PROPOSED FOR RE-ELECTION AS CHAIRMAN Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
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