Positive flows at GQG in May

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7 June 2022
| By Laura Dew |
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GQG has recovered losses from April this month with funds under management (FUM) rising by 4.6%.

During April, the firm saw assets fall from US$92.9 billion ($130.4 billion) to US$90.4 billion as a result of market movements but the firm has recovered this and more in May with FUM reaching US$94.6 billion.

The firm said it saw strong growth across all strategies with global equity, emerging markets equity, international equity and US equity all seeing their FUM increase.

International equity increased from US$31.9 billion at 30 April, 2022 to US$33.7 billion at 31 May, 2022 while global equity rose from US$28.9 billion to US$29.7 billion.

Emerging markets equity rose from US$23.7 billion to US$24.7 billion and US equity saw FUM increase from US$5.9 billion to US$6.5 billion.

Laird Abernethy, managing director Australia and New Zealand for GQG Partners, said: “In challenging markets, GQG Partners delivered strong absolute and relative performance across all strategies for the month of May, with the firm’s FUM increasing by 4.6% over the period”.

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