The GQG Partners Emerging Markets Quality Equity Fund seeks to invest in high-quality companies with attractively priced future growth prospects in emerging markets. 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.
40-80 emerging market equity holdings constructed with an absolute return mindset
CIO Rajiv Jain has 30+ 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 emerging market 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
Fund performance is not available for funds with a history of less than one year.
Morningstar® Low Carbon Designation™
The Morningstar® Low Carbon Designation™ is given to
portfolios with low carbon-risk score and low levels of
fossil fuel exposure. These portfolios must have a
Carbon Risk Score below 10 and Fossil Fuel Involvement
below 7% of assets, based on an average of the portfolios
over the trailing 12 months.
Désignation de Faible risque carbonique de Morningstar®
La désignation de Faible risque carbonique (Low Carbon Designation™) de Morningstar est attribuée aux portefeuilles qui affichent un faible score de risque carbonique ainsi qu’un faible niveau d’exposition aux combustibles fossiles. Ces portefeuilles doivent avoir un score de risque carbonique inférieur à 10, et, selon leur composition moyenne lors des 12 derniers mois, moins de 7 % des actifs qu’ils contiennent doivent être liés aux combustibles fossiles.