Capital at risk

Funds

We have a great range of funds available to suit your preference, including equity, fixed-income and multi-asset portfolios. All give you access to our expertise in seeking out long-term growth. Explore the selection and save those of most interest for quick access.

Filters

What is 'Price as at'?

Funds

Showing 20 of 20 results
View saved funds
Showing 20 of 20 results
What is 'Price as at'?
View saved funds
Fund nameVehicle type

Important information

The content of this website is intended exclusively for professional investors in accordance with MiFID legislation. ’Professional investors’ are potential investors who are deemed to have the status of “professional clients”, within the meaning of MiFID (2004/39/EC), as transposed in Ireland. It is not intended for retail investors.

Baillie Gifford Investment Management (Europe) Limited is authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland (Reference number C182354) as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager and UCITS Manager to Baillie Gifford Worldwide Funds plc. Its registered office is 4/5 School House Lane East, Dublin 2, D02 N279, Ireland.

This website is informative only and the information provided should not be considered as investment or other advice or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a particular investment. Read our Legal and regulatory information for further details.

Irish UCITS

Source: Baillie Gifford & Co Limited. 10am dealing price. The fund prices quoted on this page are supplied by Baillie Gifford for information only. The funds operate on a forward pricing basis, namely that the funds deal at the price to be set at the next valuation point.

Ongoing charges

The ongoing charge figure is at the latest annual or interim period. Please see individual fund pages for specific dates.

Share classes

A share class: Retrocession share class at 1.5% management fee, available on most funds.
B share class: For standard direct investment. Multiple currency and currency hedged share classes may also be available.
C share class: Management fee agreed directly with the investment manager, available on most funds.

Effective from 03 July 2020, F share classes for Worldwide Funds merged with their respective B share class or became a new B share class where this did not exist before.

EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

The EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is a set of EU rules which aim to make the sustainability profile of funds more comparable and better understood by end-investors. This will focus on pre-defined metrics for assessing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) outcomes of the investment process. The SFDR goes hand in hand with the Sustainable Finance Action Plan which aims to promote sustainable investment across the EU, and a new EU Taxonomy to create a level playing field across the whole EU. The most visible and impactful element in the new SFDR regulation is the classification of funds and mandates in three categories, as laid out by Articles 6, 8 and 9 of the SFDR.

  • Article 6 - The Fund is not subject to enhanced sustainability-related disclosures.

  • Article 8  - The Fund is subject to enhanced sustainability-related disclosures on the environmental and/or social characteristics that it promotes.

  • Article 9 - The Fund is subject to enhanced sustainability-related disclosures on its sustainable investment objective.

Product classification under the Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulation is evolving which requires a detailed understanding of how sustainability objectives interact with investment returns.   It is possible that other Funds not currently included in the lists above will be added in future amendments to the Prospectus.

Baillie Gifford Worldwide Funds PLC

The information contained in this section of the website relates to Baillie Gifford Worldwide Funds PLC, an investment company with variable capital incorporated with limited liability in Ireland with registered number 490695 and established as an umbrella fund with segregated liability between sub-funds pursuant to the European Communities (Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities) Regulations, 2003 (as amended) (the “Company”).

If you have any questions about the Company or investment in any of its sub-funds, you should consult your stock broker, bank manager, legal adviser, accountant or other financial adviser. The Company’s prospectus should be read in its entirety before making any application for shares. Should you proceed to access the Company’s prospectus, your attention is drawn to the Selling Restrictions within the document.

Discover our strategies

If you’d prefer to search by investment styles including growth type, region, and more, our strategies and capabilities should suit you.

Contact us

If you’d like further information on our range of investment capabilities and services, please get in touch with our Client Relationship Team.