Baillie Gifford Long Term Global Growth Investment Fund B Acc
|Amazon.com Inc||9.10 %|
|Tesla Inc||8.17 %|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||6.82 %|
|Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR||6.19 %|
|Illumina Inc||6.15 %|
|Facebook Inc A||4.33 %|
|Netflix Inc||4.14 %|
|NVIDIA Corp||3.41 %|
|Alphabet Inc Class C||3.32 %|
|DexCom Inc||3.27 %|
|United States||56.80 %|
|Asia - Emerging||24.88 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||37.70 %|
|Communication Services||26.36 %|
Tom graduated BSc in Computer Science with Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2000. He joined Baillie Gifford the same year and worked in the Developed Asia and UK Equity Teams before joining the Long Term Global Growth Team at the start of 2009. Tom became a Partner in the firm in 2012. Tom was appointed Joint Manager of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust in January 2015 having served as Deputy Manager for the previous five years. In 2015 Tom was appointed Head of the North American Equities Team and is a decision maker on Long Term Global Growth portfolios. Tom’s investment interest is focused on high growth companies both in listed equity markets and as an investor in private companies.
Mark graduated BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University in 1992. He spent a year at Harvard as a Kennedy Scholar in 1993 before completing a PhD in Politics at the University of Edinburgh in 1996. Mark joined Baillie Gifford in 1996 and was an Investment Manager in the Japanese Equity Team, until joining our Long Term Global Growth Team when it was established in 2003. Mark became a Partner in 2004.
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