Baillie Gifford US Growth Trust plc
|Tesla Inc||8.15 %|
|Amazon.com Inc||7.46 %|
|Shopify Inc A||5.91 %|
|Netflix Inc||4.42 %|
|Alphabet Inc A||3.73 %|
|The Trade Desk Inc A||3.66 %|
|Mastercard Inc A||3.35 %|
|MarketAxess Holdings Inc||2.75 %|
|Illumina Inc||2.75 %|
|First Republic Bank||2.32 %|
|United States||92.85 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||24.05 %|
|Communication Services||20.68 %|
|Financial Services||12.41 %|
Gary Robinson, CFA, Partner, Investment Manager, U.S. Equities Team at Baillie Gifford. He graduated MBiochem in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford in 2003 and joined Baillie Gifford the same year. He spent time working on our Japanese, UK and European equity teams before moving to the US Equities Team in 2008. Gary is a generalist investor but retains a special interest in the healthcare sector dating back to his undergraduate degree. Gary is a portfolio manager for our Global Select strategy.
Helen graduated BSc (Hons) in Economics from Warwick University in 2007 and an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge the following year. She joined Baillie Gifford in 2008 and has spent time working on our Developed Asia, UK, North America, Emerging Markets, and Global equity teams prior to becoming an investment manager in the US Equities team. Before coming to live and work in the UK, Helen has lived in China, South Africa, and Norway.
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