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.
Replaces retiring Smith
Schroders tops 2019 list
One of two new partners appointed by firm
Alongside Gary Robinson
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Effective from 1 January
Tough year for active fund managers
Value in the UK
Baille Gifford's James Budden
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'People need more advice'
Suffered price drop in Red October
LGIM rejoins the top ten
Global and Asia funds among list
Twelve trusts launched so far this year
New ratings system for younger funds
Leaves next June
Now the largest provider of investment trusts
Stalwart Scottish Mortgage takes third place
Up from fourth place in Q1
Latest rebalance list unveiled
Canaccord’s Thomas reveals his funds to ditch and what should replace them