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Emerging-markets star Rajiv Jain built a $67 billion money manager in just 4 years. His co-PM on the $17.1 billion fund backed by Goldman Sachs breaks down the 2 contrarian bets they are making now.

Emerging-markets star Rajiv Jain built a $67 billion money manager in just 4 years. His co-PM on the $17.1 billion fund backed by Goldman Sachs breaks down the 2 contrarian bets they are making now.

Brian Kersmanc is a deputy portfolio manager for GQG Partnersa?? International Equity strategy.
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Rajiv Jain, former CIO and co-CEO at Vontobel, built a $67 billion money manager in just 4 years.




Brian Kersmanc is Jain's co-PM on a $17.1 billion Goldman Sachs GQG Partners international fund.




He shares his unique path to Jain's shop and breaks down two contrarian bets he's making now.




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Brian Kersmanc went through the most unusual hiring process before getting the job at GQG Partners, the $67 billion money manager set up by emerging-market star Rajiv Jain a little more than four years ago. After spending six years at Jennison Associates where he had worked as a small- and mid-cap equity research analyst, Kersmanc was looking for the next opportunity to accelerate his career. One day, a rather peculiar Bloomberg classified ad caught his attention: a self-proclaimed well-funded institutional start-up asset manager based in Florida wanted to build an analyst team and asked candidates to email five stocks they liked on a long-term basis to Roger James. Kersmanc had no idea what could transpire from answering this ad but he saw it as a "high reward, low risk" opportunity and sent five names over.
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