Global managed funds and trusts
Baillie Gifford is one of the UK's largest and oldest investment management firms. It was founded in Edinburgh 1908 and advises in specialist equity, fixed income and multi-asset portfolios for a global client base.
It has one approach to seeking long-term returns: active investing and bottom-up portfolio construction.
Baillie Gifford is unique in that it has remained independent throughout its existence, never having a single merger or acquistion to its name.
In 2015, Baillie Gifford opened an office in Hong Kong under the subsidiary Baillie Gifford Asia.
As of 30 June 2018, has £192.bn in AUM.
Frustration over lack of opportunities
12 meetings with portfolio managers on offer
New and promising strategies
Gold funds were worst performers
Six-months results to end of October
Firm gets backing amid fee structure criticism
Honouring the best in closed-ended fund management
Investor urges fund group to be more cautious on promoting funds
Reviewing July-September's trading performances
BlackRock top by both gross and net retail sales
Takes place on 4 February
Succeeded by Will Sutcliffe
Clearing up misconceptions
The board of the European Investment Trust (EIT) will part ways with incumbent investment manager Edinburgh Partners citing performance concerns, as Baillie Gifford is named successor.
Moved to IA's Targeted Absolute Return sector
The four best performing stars to look out for
Ceremony takes place on Wednesday 20 November
Equity fund performance revealed
Equity fund outflows reduced
Unlisted firms should be given access, manager urges
Funds reach their three-year anniversaries
Portfolio is now '100% as desired'
94 non-compliant companies named and shamed
Which funds made the cut?