There were no items found based on the criteria entered.ReadOctober 2021
Missing Women: the Indian economy’s ‘missing’ female workers.
Women dropping out of employment should weigh on investors’ minds.ReadOctober 2021
Growth ESG: investing in companies that need to catch up.
Investors can have the most impact by focusing on sustainability laggards, not leaders.ReadOctober 2021
ESG ratings: scores don’t reflect social change.
Why emerging markets firms struggle to get high ESG scores.ReadOctober 2021
What time travel taught me about investing in emerging markets.
Evaluating emerging market stocks by taking a mental leap into the future.ReadOctober 2021
Watch the recordings from our week-long 'Disruption Week' event, during which we covered the exciting topics of healthcare, transport, digital payment platforms and sustainable agriculture.ReadSeptember 2021
Purpose not governance.
Baillie Gifford’s James Anderson warns of the risks of ill-defined sustainability metrics.ReadSeptember 2021
Cultural outliers: Keeping hold of revolutionary companies.
Investing in the makers of revolutionary products tests nerves but can bring big rewards.ReadSeptember 2021
Bringing order to chaos: The wisdom of Visa founder Dee Hock.
Why loosening control can help companies become more innovative.ReadSeb Petit, October 2021
Sustainable at heart: why businesses need to adapt.
Knowing when to adapt could be the key to successful long-term growth, writes Seb Petit.WatchSeptember 2021
Constructive Dissatisfaction: A conversation with the International Growth Team.
Nick Thomas is joined by investment managers James Anderson and Tom Coutts to discuss the current investment landscape, the big drivers of the future, and the evolving situation in China.ReadSeptember 2021
US Discovery: An American Voyage Into The Future.
Baillie Gifford launches a new offering seeking out America’s most entrepreneurial new companies.WatchSeptember 2021
Climate Change: Risk or Opportunity?
Alicia Cowley, member of the Asia Client Service Team, is joined by ESG specialists Marianne Harper Gow and Michelle O’Keefe to discuss the burning question: Does climate change pose a risk to investment returns or are we able to identify investment opportunities in this area?ReadSeptember 2021
A New Era of Exploration.
Our international investors are explorers: which of the disruptors and innovators will deliver?ReadSeptember 2021
Investing in Climate Solutions.
How do we save a planet? Paulina Sliwinska invests in the companies tackling climate change.WatchSeptember 2021
Disruption Week: Investing in Firms Shaping the World of Tomorrow.
At Baillie Gifford, we don’t focus on the present. We focus on what the world could look like in 15- or 20-years’ time. We focus on how our needs and expectations are evolving and what they might look like in the future. We explore the industries in which disruption and innovation are creating change, and we dedicate ourselves to finding the companies driving this change. Watch this animation to find out more.