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Tim Haywood

Tim Haywood is an Investment Director. He joined GAM following its acquisition of the fixed income and foreign exchange specialist, Augustus, in May 2009.

Tim Haywood joined Augustus (then Julius Baer Investments Limited) in 1998 from Orient Overseas International Limited in Hong Kong, where he was CIO. He worked as both CIO and CEO of Augustus where he initiated the SICAV and hedge fund business lines. Tim Haywood holds an MBA from the University of Cranfield and a BSc (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Edinburgh. He is based in London.

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