GQG grows FUM and revenue

gqg FUM flows

17 February 2023
| By Laura Dew |
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GQG Partners has reported positive net inflows of US$8 billion for 2022 while net revenue has increased by almost 10%.

Reporting its full year results to 31 December, 2022, the US asset manager said the inflows had come despite a “challenging market environment with continued industry outflows and overall negative market returns”.

Some US$1 billion came from the Asia Pacific region which included Australia while US$9.5 billion came from investors in the Americas. However, they were offset by outflows of US$2.5 billion in EMEA.

Positive inflows had continued into 2023, the firm said, with US$2.2 billion raised year to date.

Funds under management were US$88 billion, up from US$80.5 billion a year ago, while net revenue was up 9.8% from US$397.9 million to US$436.8 million.

The majority of these funds (US$33.1 billion) sat in its international equity strategy while US$25.2 billion was in global equity and US$22.8 billion was in emerging markets. A smaller portion of US$6.9 billion was in the US equity strategy.

Tim Carver, chief executive and executive director, said: “Our financial result is driven in large part by our investment performance over the long term. As at the end of the year 2022, our strategies continued to provide solid long-term performance as compared to their benchmarks, which we believe provides the underpinnings for continued business success.

“GQG continues to see strong business momentum in a variety of geographies and across channels and we continue to offer what we believe are very attractive fees relative to our competition.

“Furthermore, less than 3% of our revenues continue to be derived from performance fees, as opposed to asset-based fees, which we believe will be more stable in periods of market volatility.”

 

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