There were no items found based on the criteria entered.45 MIN WatchApril 2022 EWIT: Growth companies shaping our tomorrow.
Douglas Brodie, investment manager of the Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, outlines his thoughts on the portfolio’s holdings and why he believes they represent unique and scalable technology-led opportunities over the coming decade and beyond.April 2022 Valuing private companies.
Baillie Gifford explains its approach to valuing private companies in investment trust portfolios.Long readJanuary 2022 Edinburgh Worldwide: a global history.
How an international outlook was built in from the start by the investment trust’s founder Robert Fleming.January 2022 The history of Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust.
While the investment policy and geographical focus may have shifted over 125 years, key themes link the story of the Edinburgh Worldwide Trust then and now.9 MIN WatchJanuary 2022 EWIT AGM: Manager Insights.
An update on green hydrogen and software development investments among other activities.October 2021 Green hydrogen’s promise.
Why using renewables to harvest the gas may be the best way for some industries to reach net zero.Autumn 2020 No-Trip Notes.
Prevented from criss-crossing the globe in search of exciting young companies, Douglas Brodie, manager of Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, reflects on life under lockdown.15 MIN WatchThird Quarter 2019 Episode 6 - Space: The Final Investment Frontier.
Fifty years on from the first moon landing, entrepreneurs on the west coast of America are stepping up spending on space. To discuss how this new space race might impact investment, Malcolm Borthwick is joined by Luke Ward – space enthusiast and deputy manager of Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust and the Global Discovery Fund.11 MIN WatchJanuary 2021 Archived Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust AGM.
Douglas Brodie, investment manager of the Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, reflects on the past year, gives some insight into the current positioning of the portfolio and sheds some light on what could be some exciting opportunities in the future.Second Quarter 2017 Archived The Technological Revolution.
Technological evolution continues to occur at an ever-increasing pace. Douglas Brodie looks at some of the areas likely to see the greatest change in the coming years, and the investment opportunities that will open up as a result.
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