Baillie Gifford Emerging Markets Growth Fund B Accumulation

This fund’s objective is to produce attractive returns over the long term through investment in emerging markets worldwide. China is the largest weighting at almost 30% followed by India, South Korea and Brazil. It was a winner in the Moneywise Fund Awards 2018.

Baillie Gifford Emerging Markets Growth Fund B Accumulation
Baillie Gifford & Co Limited.
Open Ended Investment Company
Global Emerging Markets
0.77 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
1.1 %
The Fund aims to outperform (after deduction of costs) the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, as stated in Sterling, by at least 2% per annum over rolling five-year periods. The Fund will invest at least 90% in shares of emerging market companies being those which are listed, incorporated, domiciled or conducting a significant portion of their business in emerging markets. Emerging markets will be determined by the investment manager at its sole discretion. The Fund will be actively managed and will invest in companies of any size and in any sector.
Holding %
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR 6.73 %
Tencent Holdings Ltd 6.57 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 6.40 %
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd Class H 4.71 %
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd 4.42 %
Mining and Metallurgical Company NORILSK NICKEL PJSC ADR 4.00 %
Sberbank of Russia PJSC ADR 3.91 %
CNOOC Ltd 3.68 %
Reliance Industries Ltd 3.47 %
Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd 3.20 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 50.54 %
Asia - Developed 19.80 %
Latin America 15.13 %
Europe - Emerging 9.44 %
Sector %
Financial Services 29.58 %
Technology 20.11 %
Energy 12.43 %
Consumer Cyclical 12.12 %
Basic materials 10.26 %
Communication Services 9.14 %
Baillie Gifford & Co Limited.
EH1 3AN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Ewan Markson-Brown
Joined 11/30/2019

Ewan graduated MA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University in 2000. He previously worked at Merrill Lynch and Newton as an Asia Pacific portfolio manager. Prior to joining Baillie Gifford in 2013, he was a Senior Vice President in Emerging Markets at PIMCO. Ewan is an Investment Manager in the Emerging Markets Equity Team.

Andrew Stobart
Joined 11/30/2019

Andrew Stobart joined Baillie Gifford in 1991. He has worked in the Japanese, North American and UK Equity Teams. Prior to joining Baillie Gifford, Mr. Stobart worked for three years in investment banking in London.

Mike Gush
Joined 01/31/2015

Mike graduated MEng in Mechanical Engineering from Durham University in 2003. He joined Baillie Gifford in the same year and worked in the UK and Japanese Equity Teams before moving to the Emerging Markets Equity Team in 2005, where he is an Investment Manager. Mike is CFA Charter holder.

Richard Sneller
Joined 03/01/2005

Richard graduated BSc (Econ) in Statistics from London School of Economics in 1993 and an MSc in Investment Analysis in 1994 from Stirling University. He joined Baillie Gifford in 1994 and became a Partner in 2004. With the exception of a year researching UK Smaller Companies, Richard has spent his career at Baillie Gifford covering the Emerging Markets and is Head of our Emerging Markets Equity Team. Richard is a member of the firm-wide Investment Advisory Group, Emerging Markets Investment Advisory Group and the Emerging Markets Product Group.

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