Baillie Gifford's Whitley to step down after 37 years at the firm

Three partners retiring in April 2018

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Sarah Whitley, Baillie Gifford
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Sarah Whitley, Baillie Gifford

Baillie Gifford's Sarah Whitley, partner and head of the Japanese Equities team, as well as partners within the fixed income area, Stephen Rodger and Ken Barker, are to step down from the partnership on 30 April 2018.

Sarah Whitley (pictured) is the longest standing partner within Baillie Gifford, having spent 37 years with the firm, and has managed the Baillie Gifford Japan trust since 2001. Following her retirement...

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