GQG Partners Continues Expansion in Australia

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SYDNEY — 18 April 2020 — US-based fund manager GQG Partners has continued its expansion in Australia with the appointment of Jane Wang to the newly created role of Client Service and Operations Associate.

GQG Partners is an independent Florida-based boutique equities manager that seeks to identify enduring quality characteristics in reasonably priced global equities with an objective of long-term capital appreciation. It was co-founded in 2016 by Rajiv Jain and opened its Australian office in 2018. It has A$47.8 billion in funds under management (as at 31 March 2020).

Ms Wang’s appointment follows that of Jeremy Crowley as Director of Institutional Markets in January this year and Daniel Bullock as Director of Wholesale Markets in July 2019.

Laird Abernethy, Managing Director for GQG Partners’ Australian subsidiary, said that Ms Wang’s appointment reflects the strong growth in the Australian business since it was established 18 months ago.

“GQG Partners already has a strong footprint in the institutional market in Australia, with more than 30 local investors and over A$3.6 billion1 in funds under management in the space, and the next step in our long-term strategy is to further grow our presence in the local market.

“Jane has over 16 years’ experience in banking and financial services, and her appointment is a reflection of our goal to deliver the highest quality service experience to our existing clients and to ensure we are resourced appropriately for further expansion. Her role includes both client service and operational functions, providing our clients a local contact they can utilise for such queries.

“Her strong technical knowledge as well as her track record in client service roles will be particularly useful in this newly created role,” Mr Abernethy said.

Ms Wang joins GQG Partners from BNP Paribas where she held a number of administration and client service responsibilities. She has also worked with Aberdeen Standard Investments and HSBC Australia. She holds a bachelor of business (accounting and finance) and a diploma of business and commerce from the University of Technology Sydney.



GQG Partners is an independent US-based boutique equities manager focused on global and emerging markets equities strategies. It was co-founded in 2016 by Rajiv Jain after leaving his long tenure at Vontobel Asset Management as CIO and co-CEO. In 2018, it established a Sydney office, which was its first registered office outside the United States.

GQG Partners focuses on identifying enduring quality characteristics in reasonably priced global equities with an objective of long-term capital appreciation. The firm manages A$47.8 billion of discretionary and advisory assets worldwide (as at 31 March 2020), with more than A$3.6 billion of that representing 30 institutional investors in Australasia. At a time when many firms are struggling with various lockdown orders worldwide and suspending hiring, GQG Partners on-boarded 13 new associates globally in the first quarter of 2020 and is actively recruiting for five additional positions. For more information, please visit


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GQG Partners LLC is exempt from the requirement to hold an Australian financial services licence under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the “Act”) in respect of the financial services it is providing. GQG Partners LLC (“GQG”) is regulated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) under United States laws, which differ from Australian law. We have appointed our wholly owned subsidiary, GQG Partners (Australia) Pty Ltd, ACN 626 132 572, Australian Financial Services Licence 515673, as our representative for the purpose of this exemption.

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Any account or fund advised by GQG involves significant risks and is suitable only for those persons who can bear the economic risk of the complete loss of their investment. There is no assurance that any account or fund will achieve its investment objectives. Accounts and funds are subject to price volatility and the value of a portfolio will change as the prices of investments go up or down. Before investing in a strategy, you should consider the risks of the strategy as well as whether the strategy is suitable based upon your investment objectives and risk tolerance. There may be additional risks associated with international and emerging markets investing involving foreign, economic, political, monetary, and/or legal factors. International investing is not for everyone. You can lose money by investing in securities.

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