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Amy Kam

Amy Kam - Investment Manager


Amy Kam is head of Asian credit and lead manager of the GAM Asian Income Bond Fund, focussing on credit strategies in Asia, Middle East and Africa.

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

Amy Kam

My Insights

Weekly Manager Views 5 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed Income

07 May 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income Meeting held on 05 May, several of our portfolio managers discussed their views on current market conditions.

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Weekly Manager Views 5 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed Income

16 April 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income Meeting held on 14 April, several of our portfolio managers discussed their views on current market conditions.

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Investment Opinions 11 min read

Coronavirus and oil price shock: what our managers are thinking

10 March 2020

The breakdown of talks among OPEC+ members has sent oil prices plunging. Ripple effects are being felt across global markets, which are already pressured by the accelerating international spread of the coronavirus. We asked several of our investment managers for their views on this latest market episode and impacts for their respective asset classes.

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Weekly Manager Views 5 min read

Weekly Manager Views

28 February 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Investment Meeting held on 26 February, the speakers were Amy Kam, who discussed Asian bond markets and China’s transition towards a greener economy, and Atlanticomnium’s Patrick Smouha, who commented on the outlook for subordinated debt.

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