REASONS TO OWN
The GQG Partners International Quality Equity Fund seeks to invest in high-quality companies from outside the United States with attractively priced future growth prospects while diversifying by end-consumer risk. GQG Partners’ fundamental investment process evaluates each business based on financial strength, sustainability of earnings growth and quality of management. A flexible and adaptive approach seeks to limit downside risk while providing attractive returns to long-term investors over a full market cycle.
- 40-60 equity holdings, excluding the U.S., constructed with an absolute return mindset
- Lead PM Rajiv Jain has 27+ years of global investment experience in seeking quality companies selling at reasonable prices
- Traditional and non-traditional analysts help to develop a differentiated and comprehensive view on some of the world’s most well-known companies
- Flexible and adaptive approach targets quality companies that would traditionally wear both the value and growth monikers
- Investment culture built around client alignment and devil’s advocacy
- Historically strong in up markets, stronger in down markets
- Focuses on tail risk protection from systemic market events
- In looking at any company, GQG seeks to remove the labels of value and growth in favour of compounded return
- Potential for long-term outperformance over a full market cycle with less volatility
Rajiv Jain, Partner, Chairman & CIO, discusses the culture, investment approach and philosophy behind GQG Partners.
Fund performance is not available for funds with a history of less than one year.
Fundserv : BIP
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