Baillie Gifford targets £250m for US Growth trust launch

Managed by Gary Robinson

Jayna Rana
Gary Robinson will manage the new US Growth trust from Baillie Gifford

Gary Robinson will manage the new US Growth trust from Baillie Gifford

Baillie Gifford has announced plans to launch a US investment trust investing in listed and unlisted growth companies, with a fundraise target of £250m.

The Baillie Gifford US Growth trust will be managed by North American equities team members Gary Robinson (pictured) and deputy managers Helen Xiong and Andrei Kiselev, who are also responsible for the...

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