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GAM to open Copenhagen office

And strengthen its distribution capabilities in the Nordics

The Swiss asset manager is establishing a presence in Denmark, its first in the Nordics.

The firm, which had CHF120.4bn (€111.3bn) in AUM as of 30 September 2020, said it “underscores the importance” of the market, where it has an established client base.

From the Copenhagen base, Gam will provide institutional and intermediary clients access to its entire range of investment management capabilities.

Gianluca Cerami, client director northern Europe, has been named head of the Copenhagen branch and is tasked with driving growth in the region.

Sustainable investment strategies

Chief executive Peter Sanderson said: “The opening of the Copenhagen office is a strategic step to strengthen our distribution in the Nordic countries.

“It demonstrates our commitment to local clients and our ambition to grow. We believe that our actively managed, differentiated investment strategies and our commitment to sustainable investing is a powerful combination to help our clients meet their investment requirements.

“We look forward to discussing our new range of Gam sustainable investment strategies in the region.”

Cerami said: “The Nordic countries are highly developed markets with a demand for sophisticated investment solutions.

“Our office in Copenhagen will allow us to further strengthen our presence and tailor our offering to local institutional and intermediary investor needs.”

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