WORLDWIDE JAPANESE FUNDWORLDWIDE JAPANESE FUND
The Worldwide Japanese Fund aims to maximise total return principally through investment in equity securities which are listed, traded or dealt on Regulated Markets in Japan. The Fund’s share price can be volatile due to movements in the prices of the underlying holdings and the basis on which the Fund is priced.
Performance & PortfolioSelect currencyCumulative Performance 31/08/2020Unfortunately we were unable to load the chart. Please try again later.
Top Ten Holdings - 31/08/2020
Fund % 1 SoftBank 6.2% 2 Sony 4.0% 3 Keyence 4.0% 4 Japan Exchange Group 3.2% 5 Recruit Holdings 3.1% 6 SBI Holdings 3.1% 7 Kubota 2.9% 8 Murata Manufacturing 2.9% 9 SMC 2.8% 10 GMO Internet 2.8% Total 34.8% Fund % 1 SoftBank 6.2% 2 Sony 4.0% 3 Keyence 4.0% 4 Japan Exchange Group 3.2% 5 Recruit Holdings 3.1% 6 SBI Holdings 3.1% 7 Kubota 2.9% 8 Murata Manufacturing 2.9% 9 SMC 2.8% 10 GMO Internet 2.8% Total 34.8%Unfortunately we were unable to load the chart. Please try again later.
Asking the right questions.
Integrating ESG into company research requires rigour, nuance and a long-term perspective says Marianne Harper Gow.June 2020
A View from the Midst of the Pandemic.
Technological developments over recent decades mean reality has outpaced the science fiction of his youth since Mark Urquhart joined Baillie Gifford almost 25 years ago. Now, scanning the Covid-19 driven global economy, he sets out his enthusiasm and expectations for the next decade and beyond.April 2020
How to Invest in Equities and Stay Sane.
The best investment advice doesn’t grow old. When former Baillie Gifford Partner Edward Hocknell wrote ‘How to Invest in Equities and Stay Sane’ back in 2012, ‘global pandemic’ was just one on a list of scenarios for business continuity managers and civil servants to plan for.April 2020
Why We Care About Diversity and Inclusion.
Baillie Gifford’s first company-wide diversity and inclusion magazine about the individuals who make up our firm.April 2020
Fighting a Pandemic with Technology.
Medical developments are increasingly dependent on technology. Baillie Gifford investors look at some of the more innovative companies and their importance in the current pandemic, as well as considering how the situation we are living through will lay the foundations for a new era in healthcare, underpinned by data.March 2020
The Second Space Age.
Fifty years after Apollo 11, can a fresh wave of innovation in space technology open new frontiers and promising investment opportunities? Investment manager, Luke Ward looks across the gulf of space and gives us his views.Fourth Quarter 2019
Dominators vs Disrupters - The Future of Industrial Robotics.
The big four incumbents in robotics are gearing up for a challenge. In a reshaping global industry, they are readying themselves for the march of the cobots.Fourth Quarter 2019
Learning from Academia.
Our support of inquisitive people plays a crucial role in our investment research. Discover more in our academia anthology.Second Quarter 2019
Our Stewardship Principles.
Baillie Gifford’s over-arching ethos is that we are ‘actual’ investors. Our approach to stewardship favours a small number of simple principles which help shape our interactions with companies.Second Quarter 2019
A Spotlight on Climate Change.
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Donald heads the Japanese Equities Team and has been a member of the International Alpha Portfolio Construction Group (PCG) since 2014. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2008 and became a Partner in 2017. He has 30 years’ investment experience dedicated almost entirely to Japanese Equities. Donald spent 20 years working for Schroders as a Japanese specialist, latterly as Head of the Pan Pacific Equity Team. Between 1991 and 1995, he headed Schroders’ Research Team in Tokyo. Donald graduated MA (Hons) in Arabic Studies from the University of St Andrews in 1987 and is a CFA Charterholder.
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