William Kaye

last updated 7/10/2017

William S. Kaye

Managing Partner at The Pacific Group Ltd.

The Pacific Group Ltd.

General Information


Founder, Vice Chairman and Senior Managing Director - Pacific Alliance Group of Companies

Mergers&Acquisitions Associate - Goldman , Sachs & Co.


Bachelor of Arts ( cum laude ) degreeVanderbilt University

MBA degreeUniversity of Chicago Graduate School of Business


Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors - Paine Webber

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The Pacific Group Ltd

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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Human Rights for Workers Bulletin 3/8/1999

A fund manager at the Pacific Group in Hong Kong, Bill Kaye, recently complained to a New York Times reporter: "What right do they have to confiscate people's capital?"

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Gold Plunges: Australia the New Safe Haven |

William Kaye, a Hong Kong based owner of The Pacific Group Ltd. said Australian miners are profiting from weaker Australian dollar against the strong U.S dollar, this would make Australian miners attractive to investors.

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