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Managed Fund: Manager Insights.
Inflationary pressures and ESG opportunities are among matters on the fund managers’ minds.May 2021
Lucy Haddow addresses two recurring questions playing on the minds of Managed Fund clients.WatchMay 2021
How Are You Investing For The Next Decade?
Managed Fund Co-managers Iain McCombie and Steven Hay discuss growth versus value and what that means when looking at the decade ahead. They then cover governance and sustainability and why engagement in the topic is so important when investing over the long term.April 2021
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
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.WatchSeptember 2020
Living Longer: Can We Afford It?
More of us are living longer, staying healthier for longer and working for longer. What are the implications for investing and financing this longer life? Listen to Baillie Gifford’s Steven Hay to find out.WatchMay 2019
Staying Focused on What is Important Since 1987.
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.September 2020 Archived
Scale as a Service.
Companies become more efficient as they grow. In the past, that involved big capital outlays and was bad news for challengers. However, as Gary Robinson explains, entrepreneurs can now rent the essential tools from cloud platforms, enabling them to compete more easily.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.Back to top
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