Baillie Gifford's UK arm sees funds under management drop £7.2bn

Results to end of March 2022

Kathleen Gallagher
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Baillie Gifford's annual results were posted on Companies House
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Baillie Gifford's annual results were posted on Companies House

Baillie Gifford & Co Limited's funds under management had already dropped £7.2bn to £84.4bn in the year to the end of March 2022, according to an annual report filed on Companies House.

The fund management house has struggled in the first half of the year as growth stocks, which are held across the funds and trusts they run, have fallen out of favour. The report covers one of several subsidiaries that fall under the parent company, Baillie Gifford Group. This subsidiary oversees the group's range of UK domiciled OEICs and investment trusts.  In the report the chair stated that "short term performance has been disappointing for a large number of funds, and the board will continue to keep performance under review". Morningstar: All asset classes record outflows fo...

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