GQG passes $90b in FUM

GQG Partners FUM

11 January 2022
| By Laura Dew |
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GQG Partners saw inflows of US$6.2 billion ($8.6 billion) in the six months to 31 December, far higher than its initial estimations.

The firm, which floated in October in the largest IPO of 2021, had previously expected to see inflows of US$3.9 billion during the six-month period.

Flows during the three months to 31 December, 2021, were US$3 billion, which brought total funds under management (FUM) to US$91.2 billion.

The largest proportion of this sat in the international equity division which had US$32.3 billion followed by global equity which had US$27.3 billion.

In an announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange, the firm said: “We continue to see business momentum across multiple geographies and channels. Our FUM and flows figures include three new sub-advisory relationships established during the quarter: one in a US mutual fund for our US equity strategy, one with our US equity strategy as a manager in a newly-launched US multi-manager ETF and one in Australia for our Global Dividend Income strategy.

“We are particularly pleased to see our more recently-launched strategies and products continue to achieve strong adoption.”


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