Baillie Gifford reopens £6.2bn Diversified Growth fund with fee cut

Fund soft-closed in 2013 as assets swelled to £3bn

Mike Sheen
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Director of marketing and distribution at Baillie Gifford James Budden
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Director of marketing and distribution at Baillie Gifford James Budden

The Baillie Gifford Diversified Growth fund will reopen to new investors on 1 July, with a reduction in fees.

Managed by James Squires, David McIntyre, Scott Lothian, Felix Amoako and Nicoleta Dumitru, the fund was launched in 2008, and invests across a broad range of asset classes to deliver capital growth with...

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