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Naoki Kamiyama has been appointed as Chief Strategist of Tokyo-based Nikko Asset Management.

Kamiyama will deliver his strategic insights and solutions in a wide range of asset classes to institutional and retail clients. He will also sit as a member of the company’s Global Investment Committee. The committee, led by New York-based Chief Global Strategist John Vail, creates the intermediate-term house view on the global economy and asset markets.
 
As a veteran strategist with 30 years of experience in the securities and asset management industries, Kamiyama has developed a strong reputation among Japanese and non-Japanese institutional investors and has ranked highly in investors’ polls of analysts.
 
"We are pleased to have Naoki Kamiyama join Nikko Asset Management and add depth to our research and investment capabilities and share insights to our clients," says Hideo Abe, Executive Vice Chairman of Nikko Asset Management. "His wealth of experience in the industry will be instrumental in meeting the sophisticated needs of our clients in this volatile environment."
 
Kamiyama previously spent more than five years working at Nikko Asset Management and its predecessor firms, until 2000. After that, he worked for Merrill Lynch Japan Securities as chief strategist, in addition to serving at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Securities.
 
A Chartered Financial Analyst, Kamiyama holds a doctorate degree in finance from the City University of London and an MBA from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.
 

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