Rossen Djounov

Managing Director, Head of Asia

GAM

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Rossen Djounov is managing director - head of Asia. In February 2017, he was appointed to his new role and now closely focuses on the future growth of GAM Investments in the Asian region including Japan and Australia. Prior to this he was head of International distribution, responsible for distributing GAM’s product range and investment capabilities across US offshore, Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Rossen Djounov joined GAM in February 2008 to initially focus on structured product sales and from 2009 to head structured investments. Before joining GAM, he was managing director at Forsyth Partners Global Distributors in Dubai and proceeded as head of investments at Forsyth Partners UK. Rossen Djounov holds a MBA in Financial Management from the University of Exeter and the Investment Management Certificate. He is based in Hong Kong.

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Malaysia

Market Dislocations and the Current Financial Environment: Challenge or Opportunity? Armed with some detailed and insightful slides, Rossen Djounov, Managing Director and Head of Asia for GAM Investments, gave a presentation at the Hubbis Malaysia Wealth Management Forum to discuss whether slower growth, weaker earnings and elevated stock and bond valuations should be considered a c....

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Hilton Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysian Wealth Management Forum 2019

We were delighted to host our 8th annual event or the private wealth management community in Malaysia.

More than 250 CEOs, COOs, Independent Asset managers and other senior practitioners attended – from a mix of local and international P...

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Malaysia

Market Dislocations and the Current Financial Environment: Challenge or Opportunity? Armed with some detailed and insightful slides, Rossen Djounov, Managing Director and Head of Asia for GAM Investments, gave a presentation at the Hubbis Malaysia Wealth Management Forum to discuss whether slower growth, weaker earnings and elevated stock and bond valuations should be considered a c....