Fund overview

The Wellington US Quality Growth Fund is actively managed and seeks long-term total returns in excess of the S&P 500 Index, by primarily investing in the equities and equity-related securities of US companies, emphasising a combination of quality, growth, valuation upside and capital return in selecting stocks.


US Equity Investing ABC: Drive growth with quality control

Award-winning Manager

Supported by a team of experienced equity research analysts, leveraging global expertise

Bottom-up stock selection

Emphasising a combination of stock characteristics: quality, growth, valuation upside and capital return

Conviction ideas

A concentrated portfolio of what we believe would be better equipped to capture return opportunities under different market conditions

John Boselli: Achievement highlights​

  • Ranked #1 in FE fundinfo’s Alpha Manager Ratings (2020 and 2021). Source: FE fundinfo, 2020 and 2021 ratings of UK retail-facing managers based on their entire career performance.​
  • Won Sauren Golden Awards – Equity Global (2014 and 2015). Issued by Sauren Fonds-Research AG, 2014 and 2015 awards, based on qualitative evaluations and the performance achieved by the managers in recent years.​
  • Named the Best Global Equity Fund Manager by Citywire for France, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Spain and Switzerland (2015-2017). Issued by Citywire in respective countries, awarded in 2015: Italy; 2016: France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland; 2017: Germany, Singapore.​

Performance: PAST RESULTS AREN'T NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS AND AN INVESTMENT CAN LOSE VALUE. The inception date of the USD A Acc, HKD A Acc and SGD A Acc Hdg share classes are 31 August 2021, while the AUD A Acc Hdg share classes is 14 April 2022.  Calendar year performance for the inception year of share classes is calculated since inception to calendar year-end.  Performance shown is calculated as NAV-to-NAV in the denominated currency and are net of fees and other expenses with dividends reinvested.  Periods greater than one year are annualised.  For funds/share classes denominated in foreign currencies, US/HK dollar-based investors are exposed to fluctuations in the currency exchange rate.  Please note the fund has a swing pricing mechanism in place.  If the last business day of the month is not a business day for the Fund, performance is calculated using the last available NAV. This may result in a performance differential between the fund and the index.  Source: Fund - Wellington Management. Index - S&P.

Charges & Expenses: please refer to the offering documents for details.


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Issued by Wellington Management Hong Kong Limited. Investment involves risk. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. This document has not been reviewed by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong.