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Paul McNamara

Paul McNamara is an Investment Director, and is the lead manager on emerging market bond and currency long only and hedge fund strategies.

Paul McNamara is an Investment Director, and is the lead manager on emerging market bond and currency long only and hedge fund strategies. He joined GAM following its acquisition of the fixed income and foreign exchange specialist, Augustus, in May 2009, where he started managing most of the funds he runs to date. He joined Augustus (then Julius Baer Investments Limited) in 1997 from the Export Credits Guarantee department of the UK Government Economic Service, where he was an economist. He began his career as a lecturer. Paul McNamara holds an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and is a CFA charterholder. He is based in London.

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