Kames enters US market as part of wider Aegon AM strategy

Listing two global equities strategies

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Kames Capital's CEO Martin Davis
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Kames Capital's CEO Martin Davis

Kames Capital has registered two global equity funds with the Securities and Exchange Commission, marking the firm's first move into the US market.

As part of the move, the firm has now listed the Kames Global Equity Income and Global Sustainable Equity strategies in the US. It said a number of other strategies could also be launched, which have...

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