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William S. Kaye 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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Dear CIGAs, Today outspoken Hong Kong hedge fund manager William Kaye spoke with King World News about disappearing gold inventories, financial destruction and the Fed. Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions and who is the founder of Pacific Group, had this to say in part I of an... Read more >
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. Will we see $25,000 gold? -Maple Leaf On Canadian $20 Bill Doesn't Look Canadian It Looks Norwegian. Read more here-http://read.bi/10AoIsO 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.
Today outspoken Hong Kong hedge fund manager William Kaye spoke with King World News about disappearing gold inventories, financial destruction and the Fed.
Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitionsand who is the founder of Pacific Group, had this to say inpart I of an extraordinary written interview series which will be released today. Kaye: "Stocks in our opinion have been driven higher by all of this cocaine from the Fed and the other central banks.
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The very outspoken Hong Kong hedge fund manager William Kaye spoke recently about disappearing gold inventories, financial destruction and the Fed. Kaye is the founder of Pacific Group, who worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions 25 years ago. Kaye: "Stocks in our opinion have been driven higher by all of this cocaine from the Fed and the other central banks.