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Amy Kam

Amy Kam - Investment Manager


Amy Kam is an Investment Manager in the fixed income team, responsible for analysis and formulating themes and strategies within the Asia, Middle East and North Africa regions.

She joined GAM following its acquisition of the fixed income and foreign exchange specialist, Augustus, in May 2009. Amy Kam joined Augustus (then Julius Baer Investments Limited) in 2006 from Investec Asset Management, where she was responsible for risk/performance analysis. Amy Kam has a PhD in Finance from Cass Business School, City University London and an MBA from Cranfield University (Ford Scholar). She is based in London.

Amy Kam

My Insights

Investment Opinions 3 min read

2020 Vision For Chinese Bonds

1 October 2019

China’s forthcoming inclusion in the emerging market bond indices will be a major event not just for the accessibility of the Chinese bond market but for EM as a whole, says GAM Investments’ Amy Kam.

3 min read
Weekly Manager Views 5 min read

Weekly Manager Views

14 June 2019

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 12 June 2019 the speakers were Michael Biggs, who provided his latest macro views, and Amy Kam, who discussed the attractive attributes of the Asian hard currency credit market.

5 min read
Investment Opinions 4 min read

Chinese offshore bonds: connecting international investors

25 February 2019

There are a number of reasons why the Chinese offshore bond market looks likely to attract more investment this year. GAM Investments’ Amy Kam highlights the opportunities available in a market which is becoming increasingly accessible for international investors.

4 min read
Investment Opinions 7 min read

Diving For Pearls − China Bond Connect

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Making the connection: GAM’s Amy Kam outlines the potential of China’s bond markets for foreign investors.

7 min read