Baillie Gifford aims to make investing in global stock markets as simple as possible. Our Investment Trust Share Plan, Investment Trust ISA and Children's Savings Plan are designed to be flexible, accessible and cost-effective ways to invest directly in the investment trusts we manage. Alternatively, we also offer a comprehensive range of OEIC sub-funds covering all major and specialist markets. As with all stock market investments, the value of your investment can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount originally invested.
Ways to Invest
If you are interested in investing from our extensive fund range, there are many ways in which to do so.
To find out more about our funds, you can visit our Funds section. Further information on the funds can be found in the relevant Key Investor Information and Prospectus documents, which are available in English and will be sent to you free of charge on request.
You can invest directly with us. Contact our Client Relations team for more information:
Telephone : 0800 917 2113
Fax : 0131 275 3954
Email : email@example.com
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Baillie Gifford has a host of OEIC sub-funds on many of the market leading platforms. Find out more here.
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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.
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