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GAM CEO says no specific target for head count reduction
GAM Holding AG - Will Propose No Dividend For Financial Year 2019
GAM Holding: SIX Exchange Regulation Sanctions Commission Upholds Sanctions Proposal
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.
David J. Jacob
Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Management Board
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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* GAM GROUP CEO SAYS COST SAVINGS TO COME FROM SIMPLIFYING WORK PROCESSES, PLATFORM CONSOLIDATION, TECH
GAM Holding's new Chief Executive Peter Sanderson said on Thursday the Swiss asset manager aims to step up cost-cutting measures and touch an operating margin of 30% in two years.
* UNDERLYING PROFIT BEFORE TAXES OF CHF 10.5 MILLION IN 2019, DOWN FROM CHF 126.7 MILLION IN 2018
Embattled Swiss asset manager GAM Holding expects to just break even for 2019 as results continue to suffer from a sharp outflow of assets that followed a row with its former star fund manager.
* EXPECTS TO REPORT AN UNDERLYING PROFIT BEFORE TAXES, WHICH EXCLUDES NON-RECURRING AND ACQUISITION-RELATED ITEMS, OF APPROXIMATELY CHF 10 MILLION (INCLUDING APPROXIMATELY CHF 12 MILLION OF PERFORMANCE FEES) FOR 2019
The Swiss stock exchange's listing authority said on Wednesday that asset manager GAM Holding <GAMH.S> understated liabilities from its 2016 takeover of Cantab Capital Partners in its financial reporting.
The Swiss stock exchange listing authority said on Wednesday that GAM Holding understated liabilities from its 2016 acquisition of Cantab Capital Partners LLP in a disputed case in which the asset manager vowed to fight a possible sanction.
* GAM HOLDING AG: RESPONSE TO SANCTION PROPOSAL OF SIX EXCHANGE REGULATION AG
Swiss asset manager GAM Holding AG <GAMH.S> could cut more than 40% of its workforce as Chief Executive Peter Sanderson seeks to restore profitability at the group, Bloomberg reported on Monday citing an unidentified source.
* MATTHEW BEESLEY HAS DECIDED TO LEAVE FIRM. HE JOINED FIRM IN 2017 AND LAST YEAR HE WAS APPOINTED TO GAM HOLDING AG'S GROUP MANAGEMENT BOARD Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
* GROUP AUM TOTALLED CHF 135.7 BILLION(1) AS AT 30 SEPTEMBER 2019, DOWN FROM CHF 136.1 BILLION(2) AS AT 30 JUNE 2019
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.
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