Value Partners Group appoints Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income

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Value Partners Group has promoted Edwin Kam to Deputy Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income Investments.

Kam joined Value Partners in 2014 and is a veteran investor with more than 14 years’ experience in the financial industry. He has direct portfolio management responsibility and has been working alongside Gordon Ip, the Company’s Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income, over the years. Kam assumed his new role in June 2021 and continues to report to Ip.
“With his extensive knowledge of the mainland China and Asian markets, particularly in high yield credits and private financing, Edwin has played a key role in strategic investment allocation and the portfolio construction process of the Group’s fixed income portfolios,” says Ip.
Prior to joining Value Partners, Kam was at Investec Capital Asia Limited, where he specialised in advising listed companies on restructuring and liquidation matters, debt and equity securities issuance, as well as merger and acquisition transactions. Before that, he was an Analyst at Deutsche Bank AG in London.
An industry-recognised credit investor, Kam has received many prestigious awards in recent years. He was voted as one of the “The Most Astute Investors in Asian G3 Bonds in Hong Kong for 2020” by The Asset’s Benchmark Research Awards, in which he was ranked No10. He has been ranked among The Top Astute Investors in the same category for five consecutive years since 2016.
Value Partners wishes to congratulate Kam on his well-deserved promotion.
“Edwin has made a consistent and valuable contribution to the Group and our investment team. This is a recognition of the hard work and commitment Edwin has demonstrated, to achieve outstanding investment outcomes for our investors,” Ip adds.
Value Partners’ fixed income investment team, led by IP, is comprised of a seasoned and cohesive team of 11 investment professionals, with in-depth knowledge and proven fixed income expertise in the Greater China and Asia markets.