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Mr. William Kaye S.

Managing Partner

The Pacific Group Ltd.

The Pacific Group Ltd.

Background Information

Employment History

Owner
The Pacific Group Ltd.

Founder and Chief Investment Officer
The Pacific Group Ltd.

Manager of the Arbitrage Department
PaineWebber Incorporated

Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors
PaineWebber Incorporated

Associate In the Mergers and Acquisitions Department
Goldman , Sachs & Co.

Position, Mergers and Acquisitions
Goldman , Sachs & Co.

Founder, Vice Chairman and Senior Managing Director
Pacific Alliance Group

Senior Managing Director
Pacific Alliance Group

Founder and Director
ASIMCO Technologies Limited

Chief Information Officer
Greater Asian Hedge Fund

Managing Partner
Greater Asian Hedge Fund

Founder and Chief Investment Officer
London Bullion Market Association and other international markets

Vice Chairman and Senior Managing Director
PACG

Education

MBA degree

University of Chicago Graduate School of Business

Bachelor of Arts ( cum laude ) degree

Vanderbilt University

M.B.A. degree

University of Chicago Graduate School of Business

Web References (65 Total References)


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Bloomberg News reported on Monday that William Kaye, founder and chief investment officer of The Pacific Group Ltd. which is a Hong Kong based asset manager, said in a telephone interview that the fund intends to take delivery of $35 million worth of gold bars that can be traded on the London Bullion Market Association and other international markets. The Pacific Group Ltd. has reportedly secured vault space at the Hong Kong International Airport to store the gold when delivered. Mr. Kaye said "Gold, the way we look at it, is anywhere from being undervalued to being seriously undervalued. We're in the early stages, in our judgment, of what would likely be the world's largest short squeeze in any instrument. Mr. Kaye continued discussing gold, saying "All you actually need for a major upward revaluation of gold is for a small fraction of people to physically reclaim from major central banks or other depositories that are holding your gold and using it for their purposes. "Currency War" is becoming a commonplace term as the Bank of Japan ramps up its own quantitative easing policies.


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The Hong Kong-based asset manager plans to take delivery of $35 million worth of gold bars that can be traded on the London Bullion Market Association and other international markets, William Kaye, its founder and chief investment officer, said in a telephone interview on Jan. 18. It has secured vault space at Hong Kong International Airport to store the gold, he said.

Investors disillusioned with government money printing to service "insurmountable" public debt may seek alternatives to fiat currencies, Kaye said. Asset managers, including Soros Fund Management LLC, Paulson & Co. and Sprott Inc., are betting on the precious metal even after a 12-year rally has cemented the longest bull market in at least nine decades.
"Gold, the way we look at it, is anywhere from being undervalued to being seriously undervalued," Kaye said.
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Central banks have so far been able to manipulate interest rates to allow governments to service their debt at low costs, averting market seizures, Kaye said. Still, the next big rally in precious-metal prices may be 18 months to two years away, triggered by a "financial catastrophe," he added.
Ownership of gold through financial instruments based on it, such as Comex futures contracts, now represents more than 100 times the physical gold that exists above ground worldwide, Kaye said, citing the Pacific Group's own analysis.
"All you actually need for a major upward revaluation of gold is for a small fraction of people to physically reclaim from major central banks or other depositories that are holding your gold and using it for their purposes," he added.
The Pacific Group has just converted the first tranche of such investments, buying gold bars from local refineries, Kaye said without giving the exact value of the delivery.
Kaye was a manager of the arbitrage department of PaineWebber in New York and also worked in the mergers and acquisitions department of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., according to abiography posted on his company's website. In 1991, he set up the Pacific Group, which also has made private-equity investments.


The Pacific Group Ltd

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William S. Kaye

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William S. KayeMr. Kaye has been Senior Managing Director of the Pacific Alliance Group of Companies (PGL) since 1991.He has been chiefly responsible for its asset management business, where he has served as Managing Partner of the Asian Hedge Fund, L.P. and its successor The Greater Asian Hedge Fund, L.P. PGL's hedge funds have consistently been ranked among the regional elite in Asia.
PGL was also among the leading investors in newly opened China in the early 1990s.Mr. Kaye co-founded Asimco, a direct investment group which raised approximately US$380 million for investment in Chinese automotive and brewing companies.Mr. Kaye sold his interests in Asimco in 1998.
Prior to his departure in 1990 to co-found Pacific Alliance Group, Mr. Kaye was Manager of the Arbitrage Department and a Member of the Board of Directors of PaineWebber Incorporated in New York.Mr. Kaye joined PaineWebber in 1978 and successfully built its Arbitrage Department into an industry leader.Prior to his PaineWebber experience, Mr. Kaye was an Associate in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department at Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Mr. Kaye received a Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) degree from Vanderbilt University in 1975, and a M.B.A. degree from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1977, where he graduated as a Beta Gamma Sigma Scholar.
Mr. Kaye is an influential commentator on regional and international investment and economic trends.


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Will the U.S. economy actually pick up steam after a disappointing first quarter? Can the housing market come to the rescue to propel the economy to growth in the 3% area this year? Will the Federal Reserve slow down its "tapering" process if the economic growth numbers remain soft?

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Today an outspoken hedge fund manager out of Hong Kong warned King World News about what the elites are secretly doing with their own money ahead of the coming collapse. William Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions, also discussed how he sees the frightening endgame playing out as the world [...]
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Today an outspoken hedge fund manager out of Hong Kong warned King World News about what the elites are secretly doing with their own money ahead of the coming collapse. William Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions, also discussed how he sees the frightening endgame playing out as the world nears the end of this historic cycle.
 Kaye:  “We are still at a point in history where all major nations are intensely trying to devalue their currencies. This is a truly incredible situation, particularly with Western central banks having very little gold to continue their suppression scheme. This is going to lead to a moonshot scenario for the price of both gold and silver.


William Kaye 35 Views November ...

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William Kaye 35 Views November 09, 2014 BROADCAST King World News

William Kaye: Founder, Vice Chairman and Senior Managing Director of the Pacific Alliance Group of Companies -PACG was established in 1991 in Hong Kong. Mr. Kaye is the Managing Partner of the Greater Asian Hedge Fund, as well as its predecessor, the Asian Hedge Fund, LP (1992-98). Both funds have exhibited a consistent history of absolute and relative outperformance that has been recognized by independent rating organizations. Prior to founding PAG, Mr. Kaye was Manager of the Arbitrage Department (1984-1990) and a Member of the Board of Directors (1986-1990) of PaineWebber Incorporated in New York. Mr. Kaye joined Paine Webber (PW) in 1978, leaving the Mergers & Acquisitions Department of Goldman, Sachs & Co, and successfully built PW's Arbitrage Department into an industry leader.
About William S. Kaye (from pacgrp.com)
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William S. Kaye: Founder,Vice Chairman & Sr. Managing Dir. of the Pacific Alliance Group
Mr. Kaye, PACG's Vice Chairman and Senior Managing Director, is a founder and principal shareholder of the Pacific Alliance Group of companies, which was established in 1991 in Hong Kong. Mr. Kaye oversees all portfolio and direct equity management activities of the group's various investment efforts.
Mr. Kaye is the Managing Partner of the Greater Asian Hedge Fund, as well as its predecessor, the Asian Hedge Fund, LP (1992-98). Both funds have exhibited a consistent history of absolute and relative outperformance that has been recognized by independent rating organizations.
As Founder and Director of PAG subsidiary ASIMCO (1992-1998) Mr. Kaye pioneered the investment of approximately US $380 million in China, principally in the automotive components and brewery industries. Mr. Kaye orchestrated the profitable sale of PAG's stake to GE Pension Trust in 1998. Currently, he serves as the Chairman and major shareholder in Yaolan Ltd, whose Babycare Limited subsidiary is China's premier marketer of infant care and family nutritional products. In addition, Mr. Kaye is a founding director of Synergenz BioScience Limited, which is an early stage genomic testing company developing personalized risk assessment tests for pulmonary diseases.
Prior to founding PAG, Mr. Kaye was Manager of the Arbitrage Department (1984-1990) and a Member of the Board of Directors (1986-1990) of PaineWebber Incorporated in New York. Mr. Kaye joined Paine Webber (PW) in 1978, leaving the Mergers & Acquisitions Department Goldman, Sachs & Co, and successfully built PW's Arbitrage Department into an industry leader.
Mr. Kaye received a Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) degree from Vanderbilt University in 1975 and an MBA degree from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, where he was graduated as a Beta Gamma Sigma scholar in 1977.

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