Goldman Sachs AM launches emerging markets ex-China equity fund

Benchmarked against MSCI ex-China index

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Offered to both institutional and retail investors, the portfolio is a new sub-fund of the Luxembourg UCITS Goldman Sachs Funds SICAV.
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Offered to both institutional and retail investors, the portfolio is a new sub-fund of the Luxembourg UCITS Goldman Sachs Funds SICAV.

Goldman Sachs Asset Management has launched the Goldman Sachs Emerging Markets Ex-China Equity portfolio, which will be benchmarked against the MSCI ex-China index.

The portfolio, which will be managed by the firm's 80-person fundamental equity team, seeks to offer investors access to investment opportunities that exist beyond China across the emerging market landscape.  LGIM expands Future World ESG range with two equity heavy funds "The continued growth and complexity of the Chinese equity market means more and more investors are seeking to build dedicated allocations," said Luke Barrs, managing director in the fundamental equity team at Goldman Sachs AM.  "To complement this, we believe an emerging markets ex-China exposure can allow invest...

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