1. Worldwide Emerging Markets All Cap Fund

    Worldwide Emerging Markets All Cap Fund

  2. Overview

    The Worldwide Emerging Markets All Cap Fund aims to maximise the total return through investment primarily in a portfolio of companies deriving a substantial part of their income from, or having a substantial proportion of their assets located in, one or more Emerging Market Countries. It is not proposed to concentrate investments in any one country, market or sector.

    Performance & Portfolio

    Data is not currently available for this share class.

    Holdings - 31/05/2022

    Fund %
    1 TSMC 9.7%
    2 Samsung Electronics 7.7%
    3 Petrobras 6.4%
    4 Tencent 6.0%
    5 Reliance Industries 4.9%
    6 Alibaba 3.6%
    7 Infosys 3.4%
    8 First Quantum Minerals 3.3%
    9 HDFC Bank 2.8%
    10 Mediatek 2.6%
    Total 50.4%
    Sector Exposure 31/05/2022

    Fund %

    • 1 Information Technology 26.95
    • 2 Financials 20.04
    • 3 Consumer Discretionary 17.05
    • 4 Energy 12.25
    • 5 Materials 10.17
    • 6 Communication Services 7.86
    • 7 Industrials 2.92
    • 8 Consumer Staples 1.00
    • 9 Health Care 0.70
    • 10 Real Estate 0.22
    • 11 Cash 0.83
    • Total 100.0

    As the Fund invests in overseas securities, changes in the rates of exchange may cause the value of your investment (and any income it may pay) to go down or up. The information contained on this page is intended as a guide only and should not be relied upon when making investment decisions. All holdings information is unaudited. Source Baillie Gifford & Co. Please note that totals may not add due to rounding.

    Managers

    Andrew Stobart

    Andrew Stobart has been an Investment Manager in the Emerging Markets Team since 2007 and sits on the Emerging Markets All Cap Portfolio Construction Group. Andrew has also been a member of the International Alpha Portfolio Construction Group since 2008. Since joining Baillie Gifford as an Investment Analyst in 1991, Andrew has worked in the UK, Japanese and North American Teams. Prior to joining Baillie Gifford, Andrew spent three years working in Investment Banking in London. Andrew graduated MA in Economics from the University of Cambridge in 1987.

    Mike Gush

    Mike is a named manager for Baillie Gifford’s Emerging Markets and China Funds, as well as being responsible for the Emerging Markets Small Cap strategy. He has also been a member of the Global Stewardship strategy since its inception in 2015. Mike first joined Baillie Gifford in 2003 and before moving to the Emerging Markets Equity Team in 2005, Mike worked in the UK and Japanese Equity Teams. Mike became a Partner of the firm in 2020. He is a CFA Charterholder and graduated MEng from the University of Durham in 2003. 

    Ben Durrant

    Ben is an Investment Manager in the Emerging Markets Team. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2017 and has also worked in our UK, Global Discovery and Private Companies teams. He previously worked for RBS in their Group Strategy and Corporate Finance Team. He is also a Chartered Accountant and a CFA Charterholder. Ben graduated BSc (Hons) in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2012.

    How to Invest

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    Documents

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