There were no items found based on the criteria entered.January 2023 Five burning questions on the Managed Fund: Bonds
The Baillie Gifford Managed Fund discusses the exciting opportunities in bond markets.December 2022 Managed Fund: Forging a path to progress
Pioneers in health-tech, clean energy and cloud computing present exciting long-term growth opportunities.42 MIN WatchNovember 2022 Managed Fund: Patient investing
Many investors are impatient, but change takes time – the best performance could come to those who wait.7 MIN WatchAugust 2022 Managed Fund: Sticking to our knitting
Growth investing means staying with promising firms. Despite recent underperformance, we’ll continue to do so.July 2022 Managed Fund roundtable.
A discussion on recent events and the need for confidence and patience in decision-making.July 2022 Emerging Markets: Five Questions.
How does the BG Managed Fund view prospects, ESG and regulation in relation to Emerging Markets?April 2022 Managed Fund quarterly update.
Reflections on fund performance, market volatility and Russian stocks in the first quarter of 2022.56 MIN WatchFebruary 2022 The Baillie Gifford Managed Fund: 2021 and beyond.
Join the Managed Fund’s co-managers, Iain McCombie and Steven Hay, as they review 2021 and look ahead to the exciting opportunities they see for long-term growth for the Fund. We understand periods of weakness aren’t comfortable so please join us to hear why the consistency of our approach has been central to the success of the Fund since 1987 and we believe will continue to be so.6 MIN WatchMay 2019 Introduction to the Managed Fund
Since 1987, the Managed Fund has exemplified that sometimes the simplest solutions can be very successful. Iain McCombie and Steven Hay explain how the fund can help you solve the puzzle of investing in a complex world.45 MIN WatchNovember 2022 Archived Managed Fund webinar – Patient investing in an impatient world
Iain McCombie and Steven Hay, co-lead managers of the Baillie Gifford Managed Fund, discuss the reasons for their long-term optimism and why opportunities abound for the patient investor.February 2022 Archived Managed Fund, Top Five US Questions.
Kirsty Gibson answers the key questions investors are asking of the Managed Fund’s US champions.January 2022 Archived Managed Fund: 2021 in review.
Despite recent weakness in performance, the opportunities for long-term growth remain exciting.10 MIN WatchNovember 2021 Archived Managed Fund: Manager Insights.
Inflationary pressures and ESG opportunities are among matters on the fund managers’ minds.48 MIN WatchOctober 2021 Archived Managed Fund Webinar: Optimism.
Investment managers Iain McCombie and Steven Hay discuss growing businesses of tomorrow and the importance of being an active stock and bond picker.September 2021 Archived The Baillie Gifford Managed Fund’s European Champions.
European Investment Specialist, Thomas Hodges, answers five burning questions on the companies to watch.June 2021 Archived Baillie Gifford Managed Fund: can it continue to thrive?
The Managed Fund was launched in 1987, so has weathered plenty of crises before.May 2021 Archived Enlightenment.
Featuring the news and views of the teams involved in running our funds.Full Year 2020 Archived Balanced Stewardship Report 2020.
We set out why an investment in Baillie Gifford’s Balanced Strategy (including the Managed Fund) is an investment in a process which has long been committed to helping great companies get even better.April 2021 Archived The Baillie Gifford Managed Fund’s UK Champions - Five Burning Questions.
The year 2020 felt somewhat surreal for UK investors. Not only was our local economy hit hard by the pandemic, but whole sectors of the stock market came under pressure, including many high-profile firms.WatchFebruary 2021 Archived Managed Fund - Manager Insights.
Lucy Haddow, product specialist, speaks to investment managers Steven Hay and Iain McCombie about the Managed Fund, as they reflect on 2020 and look forward to what’s to come.April 2020 Archived Wanted – Bond Champions.
Yields at low or even negative rates have prompted questions about the relevance of investing in bonds. Phil Annen remains a fan. And he explains why, insisting this is an asset class that can still form a key part of an actively-managed, balanced portfolio and offer attractive returns.
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