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GAM appoints chief investment director

Global Asset Management has appointed David Smith to the role of chief investment director controlling its multi-manager funds.


Smith will continue to have responsibility for Gam&#39s multi Europe Fund, but he will now also manage the group&#39s flagship multi-manager fund Gam Diversity Inc.


Gam managing director mutual fund division Christopher Cottrell says: &#34Gam was established to provide its clients with access to the world&#39s best investment talent. One of the best ways of doing this is through multi-manager funds.


&#34Clients are showing more and more interest in multi-manager funds and Gam&#39s unrivalled experience in this area puts us in an excellent position to capitalise on this interest.&#34

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