Why Did a Star Manager Take His Boutique Fund Firm Public?
After stunning growth and a successful IPO, what’s next for Rajiv Jain’s GQG Partners?
Mutual fund managers who leave large corporate firms to start their own boutique know there are risks involved. Plenty have taken the plunge nonetheless. Some have succeeded, while others have found the going rough. With thousands of investment options clamoring for attention--many backed by hefty advertising and marketing budgets--it’s exceedingly difficult to stand out.
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