Gregor Hirt

Gregor Hirt

Global Chief Investment Officer Multi Asset

Gregor (Greg) Hirt is Global Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Multi Asset and a Managing Director with Allianz Global Investors. He joined the company in 2021. In this capacity, he leads and oversees the development of the firm’s Multi Asset capability and investment offering. He is a member of AllianzGI’s Investment Executive Committee and International Management Group.

Greg brings 25 years of experience in Multi Asset investing from both a wealth management and asset management perspective. He joined from Deutsche Bank, where he has been Global Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management for the International Private Bank since 2019. Prior to that, he was Group Chief Strategist and Head of Multi Asset Solutions at Vontobel Asset Management, having also gained strong experience at UBS Asset Management, Schroders Investment Management and Credit Suisse.

Greg holds an MA in International Economics from University of Geneva and MSc in Economics from HEC Lausanne, School of Business. He is also a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst and Certified EFFAS Financial Analyst.

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