1. Getting Financial Advice

    At Baillie Gifford we don’t provide financial advice, but we do try our best to provide you with all the information we think you might need to make investment decisions. Of course, we realise there are occasions when you may want the advice of an expert.

    Using professional financial advice

    An authorised intermediary can give you advice and help on how best to manage your financial affairs based on your circumstances and investment aspirations. They can also help keep track of all your different investment interests, saving you a lot of time and bookkeeping.

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    An authorised intermediary can give you advice and help on how best to manage your affairs.

    Finding a financial adviser near you

    If you want to use an authorised intermediary, MyLocalAdviser is a website that allows you to search for authorised intermediaries in your area. You can visit their site on www.mylocaladviser.co.uk

     

  2. Fund Platforms/Supermarkets

    You can invest in a range of our funds via a number of fund platforms and supermarkets, please see the links below. Baillie Gifford does not provide investment advice. If you are unsure whether an investment in shares of an investment trust is suitable for you, you should seek advice from an authorised intermediary.

    Further information on the range of funds available through platforms may be obtained by downloading our Platform Matrix.

    Please remember that an investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back what you originally invested.

    Baillie Gifford does not sponsor, maintain or have any control over the content of any other websites. Therefore, we are not responsible for the adequacy or accuracy of any of the information you may view, nor do we undertake to ensure successful transmission to any linked website.

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