WORLDWIDE EMERGING MARKETS LEADING COMPANIES FUNDWORLDWIDE EMERGING MARKETS LEADING COMPANIES FUND
The Worldwide Emerging Markets Leading Companies Fund aims to maximise total return principally through investment primarily in a portfolio of companies deriving a substantial part of their income from, or having a substantial proportion of their assets located in, one or more Emerging Market Countries. It is not proposed to concentrate investments in any one country, market or sector.
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 TSMC 9.2% 2 Alibaba 9.2% 3 Samsung Electronics 6.4% 4 Meituan Dianping 5.2% 5 Tencent 4.8% 6 Ping An Insurance 4.7% 7 MercadoLibre 4.5% 8 JD.com 4.5% 9 Naspers 4.1% 10 Reliance Industries 3.9% Total 56.5% Fund % 1 TSMC 9.2% 2 Alibaba 9.2% 3 Samsung Electronics 6.4% 4 Meituan Dianping 5.2% 5 Tencent 4.8% 6 Ping An Insurance 4.7% 7 MercadoLibre 4.5% 8 JD.com 4.5% 9 Naspers 4.1% 10 Reliance Industries 3.9% Total 56.5%Geographic Analysis of Total Assets 31/08/2020Unfortunately we were unable to load the chart. Please try again later.
How Do We Do What We Do? - Emerging Markets Investing.
One ought to be an optimist to invest in Emerging Markets, but so very few analysts are. Baillie Gifford’s Emerging Markets team explain how they fly in the face of market inefficiencies in their search for excess returns.March 2020
Baillie Gifford Emerging Markets.
Will Sutcliffe, Sophie Earnshaw and Mike Gush, investment managers in the Emerging Markets team with a combined total of 45 years’ experience, give an introduction to the team’s approach.February 2020
Governance in China: Risk or Opportunity?
Growing familiarity with China’s markets invites closer examination of governance at a country and corporate level. A company by company approach is vital to limit the risks and find the opportunities, writes Ben Lloyd.November 2019
The Shape of Things to Come.
It’s essential to be realistic and keep the risk of over-optimism in check. But there’s plenty to feel positive about in emerging markets, says Tim Erskine-Murray, who offers an insight into the reasons for his unwavering enthusiasm.Second Quarter 2018
Emerging Markets – Reasons to Be Cheerful.
In 2017, the Emerging Markets team wrote a paper called ‘Morbid Symptoms’, explaining why they were optimistic despite the confusion of political events in the West. A year on, Will Sutcliffe provides five more reasons to be cheerful about emerging market equities.
William is Head of our Emerging Markets Equity Team and has been a Manager on the Emerging Markets Leading Company Strategy since 2009. William is also a member of the Emerging Markets Product Group. William joined Baillie Gifford in 1999 and became a Partner of the firm in 2010 and has also spent time working in the UK and US Equities teams. William graduated MA in History from the University of Glasgow in 1996.
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