The Baillie Gifford Podcast
Baillie Gifford’s Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking brings valuable insights into the benefits of taking the long view. You’ll hear frank, often contrarian opinions from our team in Edinburgh and from experts around the world. Please remember your capital is at risk.
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Podcast 20 - The Responsible Approach to ESG Investing.
Is our approach to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues doing more harm than good? Stuart Dunbar, partner at Baillie Gifford, calls for investors to stop counting and start thinking.April 2021
Episode 19 - Breaking the Biotech Model.
Could the messenger RNA vaccines deployed against Covid, help fight cancer and other diseases? After a year of crisis, Julia Angeles, co-manager of Baillie Gifford’s Health Innovation Fund, looks at the positive signs.March 2021
Episode 18 - What I've Learned In Four Decades Of Investing.
His career spanned big changes in investment – and in the fortunes of Baillie Gifford. Charles Plowden, joint senior partner and manager of Monks Investment Trust, looks at the opportunities ahead.January 2021
Episode 17 - Sustainable investing: Finding the innovative companies of the future.
Are there limits to economic growth? Will we run out of ideas? Investment manager Lee Qian explains why he’s confident innovation will create a more prosperous, sustainable and inclusive world.December 2020
Episode 16 - How Covid is changing the way we shop.
The digital disruption of the high street accelerated during the pandemic. Baillie Gifford’s Moritz Sitte explores the innovative ways in which European retailers are reshaping the future of shopping.October 2020
Episode 15 - The Great Divergence Between East and West.
China has defied recession in 2020, but where to now? Investment manager Roderick Snell anticipates big things ahead.September 2020
Episode 14 - 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.June 2020
Episode 13 - Tomorrow’s Income Aristocrats.
Income investing has been shaken by the coronavirus, but how will this affect the dividend payers of the future? Baillie Gifford investment manager James Dow gives us a glimpse of the potential star performers of tomorrow.June 2020
Episode 12 - What’s the purpose of investing?
In our Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking podcast, Baillie Gifford partner Stuart Dunbar backs a return to the basics of investment.April 2020
Episode 11 - Why this crisis favours growth stocks.
Growth stocks have generally fared better than value stocks during the coronavirus pandemic, helping Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust during the worst of the stock market falls. In our podcast series, Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking Baillie Gifford partner Tom Slater explains why.March 2020
Episode 10 - Navigating a Stock Market Crisis.
Scott Nisbet tells Malcolm Borthwick what he’s learnt from previous crises, why he’s staying calm and why now’s the time to read Albert Camus.February 2020
Episode 9 - Reasons To Be Optimistic About Emerging Markets.
Investing in emerging markets is like Marmite. It divides opinion. Charles Plowden explains why he’s a fan in Baillie Gifford’s podcast Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking.Fourth Quarter 2019
Episode 8 - The Beauty of Japanese Cosmetics.
Investment manager, Praveen Kumar explains why the Japanese cosmetics industry is in a period of rapid growth and how it could be set to continue for the long term.Third Quarter 2019
Episode 7 - Finding Europe's Hidden Champions.
There are lots of reasons not to invest in Europe. Its economic growth is uninspiring and much of its stock index is made up of bureaucratic corporate dinosaurs. But beyond the negative headlines, there are still exciting investment opportunities to be found. They include potential tenbaggers – companies whose share price could increase ten-fold.Second Quarter 2019
Episode 5 - Will Industrial Biotech Be the Next Manufacturing Revolution?
Industrial biotech companies can already produce synthetic spider silk and plant-based burgers that taste like meat. Future possibilities include timber produced from yeast. In the latest episode of Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking, Kirsty Gibson tells Malcolm Borthwick why she's fascinated by the opportunities of industrial biotech and its enormous investment potential.