GQG Partners announces investment team promotions

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6 July 2022
| By Liam Cormican |
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GQG Partners has marked its sixth anniversary by announcing three key promotions in its the investment team.

The company announced the elevation of James Anders, Brian Kersmanc, and Sudarshan Murthy to portfolio managers across the firm’s core strategies.

Tim Carver, chief executive of GQG, said: “It’s a privilege to celebrate GQG Partners’ sixth anniversary with the extraordinary team we have and continue to build upon.

“These well-earned promotions reflect our commitment to best serving our clients and the development of our associates.”

The promoted investment team members would continue to collaborate closely with chairman and chief investment officer Rajiv Jain with minimal changes to the current investment decision making process.

Jain said: “I am proud of the performance GQG Partners has achieved over the past six years. Our commitment to our clients is unwavering.

“The promotion of James, Brian, and Sudarshan, who have all played growing roles in the evolution and execution of GQG’s investment strategy, is a further testament to that commitment. Our goal remains singularly focused on compounding capital for our clients through various investment cycles.”

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