GAM's Anthony Smouha named FE Alpha Manager of the Year

One of two wins for Smouha

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Smouha manages the GAM Star Credit Opportunities fund

Smouha manages the GAM Star Credit Opportunities fund

GAM Investment's Anthony Smouha has won FE fundinfo's 2022 Alpha Manager of the Year Award, given to the best performing active fund managers from across the investment industry.

Smouha manages the GAM Star Credit Opportunities fund, and won the award against competition from Wellington's John Boselli, Comgest's Franz Weis, Baillie Gifford's Tom Slater, and Liontrust's Julian Fosh. Charles Younes, research manager at FE Investments, said: "There's no question that it has been a very testing two years for the investment industry. As we have moved from a Covid economy to a period of high interest rates and inflation, one set of challenging circumstances has been replaced by another and again, fund managers are coming under enormous amounts of pressure to demonstrat...

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