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ii Super 60 investments:
GQG Partners Global Equity Fund

Asset GroupAsset Sub-GroupInvestment Category
EquitiesGlobal equitiesAdventurous

How the Fund Invests

The fund is managed by Rajiv Jain who established GQG Partners in 2016 after a long and successful career at Vontobel Asset Management where he managed both Global and Emerging Market equity strategies. Sudarshan Murthy and Bian Kersmanc support him as portfolio managers on global mandates and they are also supported by the firm’s wider team of 20 analysts and managers. The mangers have a growth-oriented outlook but in seeking to achieve this they adopt a flexible, medium-term investment approach and consider limiting losses a priority. Consequently, they look for companies that are on a solid financial footing, have weathered tough economic climates and whose industries are growing rather than stagnating. They use fundamental analysis to research future growth opportunities, estimate risks, analyse the accounting to ensure its accuracy and transparency, and then estimate a reasonable price. The portfolio typically comprises 40-50 names and pays little attention to the wider market in its portfolio construction.


The manager’s flexible investment approach and quality bias have typically led to strong performance through the market cycle with good downside protection during periods of market weakness. The fund benefits from an experienced manager, with a flexible, proven and well-executed investment process

January 2024

Risk warnings

Past performance of the underlying constituents is not a guarantee of future performance. The value of investments, and any income from them, can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. 

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