GAM.SW - GAM Holding AG

Swiss - Swiss Delayed Price. Currency in CHF
4.4000
+0.1320 (+3.09%)
At close: 5:30PM CEST
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Previous Close4.2680
Open4.2640
Bid4.4060 x 0
Ask4.4200 x 0
Day's Range4.2220 - 4.4400
52 Week Range2.7600 - 11.7900
Volume1,796,042
Avg. Volume1,199,192
Market Cap682.242M
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.55
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.9800
Earnings DateJul 30, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.65 (16.41%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-30
1y Target Est5.43
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  • GlobeNewswire3 days ago

    GAM: Update on ARBF Liquidation

    GAM Holding AG today announced that it has received all the proceeds from the sale of the remaining assets within its unconstrained/absolute return bond funds (ARBF) in line with the agreement announced on 17 April 2019. The sale will result in an average of 100.5%1 of net asset value being returned to clients relative to the valuations at the time the liquidation of the respective funds commenced. GAM’s priority throughout the liquidation process has been to maximise liquidity and value for its clients.

  • GlobeNewswire3 days ago

    GAM Holding AG: Response to media reports

    15 July 2019   PRESS RELEASE   GAM Holding AG: Response to media reports In response to recent media reports, GAM can confirm that it is in the process of settling the.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    GAM draws line under crisis with Gupta bond sale

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  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Looming deadline leaves GAM hopeful of ending bond-fund crisis

    The deadline for Swiss asset manager GAM to put a slow-burning crisis behind it is approaching, once more. The final repayment is a crucial step for GAM, whose share price has plunged more than 60 per cent since Mr Haywood’s suspension. It will also test the financial resources of GFG Alliance, a collection of Gupta family investments that has expanded rapidly in the past few years into a sprawling empire.

  • GlobeNewswire8 days ago

    GAM Holding AG:

    10 July 2019 PRESS RELEASE GAM Holding AG provides an update on first-half 2019 results In accordance with the obligation under the listing rules of the SIX Swiss.

  • Exclusive: Greensill issued false statement on bonds sold by metals tycoon Sanjeev Gupta
    Reuters11 days ago

    Exclusive: Greensill issued false statement on bonds sold by metals tycoon Sanjeev Gupta

    The May 2018 statement made to bond market investors and brokers said the Scottish government had approved a guarantee related to a hydro power plant in Kinlochleven owned by Gupta’s GFG Alliance, which the bonds were secured against. The meeting records for the committee that would need to approve such a guarantee, which are available on the committee’s website, do not refer to a 2018 GFG guarantee.

  • Exclusive: Greensill issued false statement on bonds sold by metals tycoon Gupta
    Reuters11 days ago

    Exclusive: Greensill issued false statement on bonds sold by metals tycoon Gupta

    The May 2018 statement made to bond market investors and brokers said the Scottish government had approved a guarantee related to a hydro power plant in Kinlochleven owned by Gupta’s GFG Alliance, which the bonds were secured against. The meeting records for the committee that would need to approve such a guarantee, which are available on the committee’s website, do not refer to a 2018 GFG guarantee.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

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