GQG Partners has set out plans launch a global equity fund, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The firm, which was founded by star manager Rajiv Jain, hopes to launch the GQG Partners Global Quality Equity fund in about 75 days, according to the filing.
Jain, who is CIO of GQG, will be the sole portfolio manager on the fund, which will have a management fee of 0.65%.
The fund will be a 40 Act version of a strategy the firm has run since it launched in 2016.
The Fort Lauderdale, Fl.-based firm initially offered three long-only strategies: emerging markets equity, international equity and global equity.
The first two of these have been available as mutual funds - Goldman Sachs GQG Partners International Opportunities and GQG Partners Emerging Markets Equity - since December 2016.
In September 2018, the firm also spun out the US sleeve of the global strategy making it available to institutional investors and as a mutual fund - GQG Partners US Select Quality Equity.
The launch of the GQG Partners Global Quality Equity fund means all four of the firm's strategies will be available in a mutual fund format.
A spokesman for GQG Partners declined to comment on the filing.